Photo: Barbara Gonzales, granddaughter of Maria Martinez at Free Indian Market. Photo by Gregory Schaaf.
Free Indian Market:
The Free Indian Market is a two-day art market and auction held at Santa Fe Scottish Rite Temple featuring the art of Native American elders. The market takes place the third weekend in August. The show is free of charge for both the artists and the public.
This fiscally sponsored program is dedicated to bringing the Abiquiu community together through talks and lectures, art shows, and other gatherings. Visitor experience will be enhanced through programs featuring Abiquiu’s cultural and environmental history.
Wildfire Mitigation Clearing House Feasibility Study:
This fiscally sponsored project will facilitate development of policies, plans, and private/public partnerships needed to address the threat that catastrophic wildfires pose to the greater Santa Fe area.
Espanola Lowrider Museum:
The Espanola Lowrider Museum will celebrate lowriders as a historical part of Northern New Mexico heritage. Located on Paseo de Onate, the Museum will include interpretive exhibits that celebrate lowriders as a vital element of Northern New Mexico culture.
NM lowriders. Photo by Andres Valdez.