Guide to IARC Native Artist Fellows at the 2019 Santa Fe Indian Market
Aug 2, 2019
Every August, Santa Fe fills with people passionate about Native American art. Visitors and locals filter downtown to peruse the booths ofIndian Marketand to strike up conversations with the artists. Here is your guide to IARC’s former Native American artist fellows in this year’s event.
Be on the lookout for maroon pennants marking an artist’s association with SAR.
Marla Allison, 2010 Eric and Barbara Dobkin Native Artist Fellow (Booth 686 PLZ)
Loren Aragon, 2017 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellow (Booth 666A PLZ)
Nanibaa Beck, 2018 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellow (Booth 707 LIN W)
Randy Chitto, 2006 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellow. Photograph by Katrina Lasko. (Booth 724 LIN E)
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