Meanwhile, hundreds of artists from Native Nations are gathering in Santa Fe, New Mexico, for markets, events and festivals featuring arts and crafts, food, fashion, music, film and more.
The countdown has begun towards the highly anticipated 2021 SWAIA Indigenous Fashion Show— SWAIA Indian Market (@SWAIA) August 15, 2021
Happening Sunday, August 22nd, 3-4p.m at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
Get tickets now — this event sells out fast.
⁰⁰Tickets are available at https://t.co/6XH0fevxYh pic.twitter.com/bYL4c1mPCR
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