Guide to IARC Native Artist Fellows at the 2018 Santa Fe Indian Market
Indian Market is a time for our former artist fellows to share their incredible artistry with the world. The market is also one of the busiest times here at the IARC, with events that involve all of our staff and many volunteers who visit with artists, tribal representatives, collectors, partners, and organizations that travel to Santa Fe to celebrate the creative spirit of Native America. – Brian Vallo, IARC Director
Every August, Santa Fe fills with people passionate about Native American art. Visitors and locals filter downtown to peruse the booths of Indian Market and to strike up conversations with the artists. This year, over 30% of the IARC’s former Native American artist fellows are exhibitors. Here is your guide to each of these artists.
Be on the lookout for maroon pennants marking an artist’s association with SAR.
SAR staff captured a few of our former Native American artist fellows with their pennants over the weekend of Indian Market.
Isabel Gonzales, 1994-1995 Katrin H Lamon Fellowship in Native American Art (Booth 201 PAL S)
Duane Maktima: 1987-1988 Katrin H Lamon Fellowship in Native American Art (Booth 751 LIN E)
Elizabeth Medina: 1987-1988 Katrin H Lamon Fellowship in Native American Art (Booth 684 PLZ)
Angie Owen,1995 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellow (Booth 249 PAL S)
Geneva Shabi, 2006 Sallie R. Wagner Indigenous American Artist/Scholar Fellow (Booth 211 PAL S)
Learn more about the IARC artist fellowship programs here.