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International Folk Art Festival

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Weaver at the Santa Fe Folk Art Market. Photo: Bud Ellison via Flickr

The recent PHS tour to Santa Fe was a hit as we toured private gardens and got an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the life of Georgia O'Keeffe. Our group enjoyed a day trip to Taos and savored a delightful (and delicious) evening at the Santa Fe school of cooking. In addition to all of the above, our upcoming return to the desert Southwest in July 2018 is timed to include the fabulous International Folk Art Market.

“For three days each July, the world is at home in Santa Fe as folk artists and folk art lovers unite in ideals of community sustainability, empowerment, and well-being.” International Folk Art Alliance

Textile artisan at the Market. Photo: Kathy Knorr via Flickr

For centuries Santa Fe has been an international crossroads of culture and commerce. Since it began in 2004, the International Folk Art Market has become a vital point of connection in a globalized world, a place where humanity and the handmade triumphs over mass-production. The Market, ...

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