SANTA FE – Two years ahead of its centennial, the Santa Fe Indian Market has decided to change management.
The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, the nonprofit that runs the Native American art market that draws dozens of thousands to Santa Fe each August, has announced that its board of directors last week unanimously voted to end its relationship with Executive Director Ira Wilson and to conduct a search for new senior leadership.
In announcing the termination, the board’s chairman, Tom Teegarden, thanked Wilson, who is Diné, for a successful 2019 market. “He performed his job well,” Teegarden said in a statement.
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