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ALAMOGORDO ** ALBUQUERQUE ** CARLSBAD
CHIMAYO ** ESPANOLA ** GALLUP
GLORIETA ** LOS ALAMOS ** MADRID
MORA ** RED RIVER ** RUIDOSO DOWNS
SAN JUAN PUEBLO ** SANTA FE ** TAOS
TRES PIEDRAS


ALAMOGORDO
CRAFTS

Cottonwood Arts and Crafts Festival
9/4,5,6, 2004

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ALBUQUERQUE
CRAFTS

The Indian Arts and Crafts Association
The Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA) is a
not-for-profit organization established in 1974 to
support the ethical promotion and protection of
authentic Native American art and culture.  IACA
works to stop fraud and abuse within the market
for Indian art through education,  publicity,
authentication and use of our logo to indicate
certified ethical businesses.  IACA sponsors the
largest wholesale trade shows of handmade Indian
art in the world twice a year.  Members include
Native American artists, wholesale and retail
dealers, museums, collectors and others who
support the goals of the organization.  IACA
supports and works for the protection of
indigenous art worldwide.


House of the Shalako

Penfield Gallery of Indian Arts

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CARLSBAD
CRAFTS

The Indian Pony Art Gallery

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CHIMAYO
CRAFTS

Chimayo Trading and Mercantile

Chimayo Weavers.com

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ESPANOLA
CRAFTS

Española Valley Fiber Arts Center
The Española Valley Fiber Arts Center is a unique
resource for fiber artists and those who find
beauty in the fiber arts. Visitors to the adobe
storefront in the historic district of Española
enter a world of looms, colorful yarns, beautiful
handmade textiles, books, and supplies. They may
also find busy students learning to weave,
spinners gathering for “Spinning Saturday”, Pueblo
women purchasing materials for embroidery, a
tapestry artist weaving her latest creation, a
Hispanic weaver from the High Road searching for
just the right color of yarn, or children working
on their backstrap looms. The Center is a special
place where people of all ages and backgrounds
are brought together by their interest in the
fiber arts.


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GALLUP
CRAFTS

Southwestern Indian Foundation Catalog
Your one-stop catalog source for the very best in
quality crafted Indian jewelry, pottery, kachina
dolls, and other Native American related gifts
such as books, music, shirts, and videos! Most of
the handcraft items featured in our catalog have
been fashioned by the native peoples of the
Southwest including: the Navajo tribe and the
pueblo tribes of the Zuni, Laguna, Acoma, and Hopi.


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GLORIETA
CRAFTS

Duane Maktima Studio and Gallery

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LOS ALAMOS
CRAFTS

Marc Hudson, Potter

Riverspirit Creations

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MADRID
CRAFTS

Al Leedom Studio

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MORA
CRAFTS

Victory Ranch
Fiber Arts School


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RED RIVER
CRAFTS

Stained Glass by Donna Vee

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RUIDOSO DOWNS
CRAFTS

Pinon Pottery Studio and Gallery

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SAN JUAN PUEBLO
CRAFTS

David Dear Silversmith

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SANTA FE
CRAFTS

Southwestern Association for Indian Arts
Each August for the past eighty years,
Santa Fe Indian Market has brought together
the most gifted Native American artists from the
U.S. with millions of visitors and collectors from
around the world. The extended weekend of beauty
and celebration ranks as the world's largest and
most highly acclaimed Native American arts show
and as New Mexico's largest attended annual
weekend event.


Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery

Chalk Farm Gallery

Christine of Santa Fe

Cristof's

Kelly Jo Designs

Pottery by Eric Sunbird Fender

Pottery by Jeanne Gonzales

Pottery by John Gonzales

Pottery by Kevin Naranjo

Pottery by Maria Gonzales-Kailahi

Pottery by Maria Martinez

Sunshine Studio

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TAOS
CRAFTS

Wool Festival of Taos
October 2,3 2004

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TRES PIEDRAS
CRAFTS

Gourd-eous Gourds

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