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Almost 300 artists bring music, dance, fashion, jewelry and more to Santa Fe

[photoshelter-gallery g_id=”G0000f8oFn0JKFtw” g_name=”Indigenous-Fine-Arts-Market-2015″ width=”600″ f_fullscreen=”t” bgtrans=”t” pho_credit=”iptc” twoup=”f” f_bbar=”t” f_bbarbig=”f” fsvis=”f” f_show_caption=”t” crop=”f” f_enable_embed_btn=”t” f_htmllinks=”t” f_l=”t” f_send_to_friend_btn=”f” f_show_slidenum=”t” f_topbar=”f” f_show_watermark=”t” img_title=”casc” linkdest=”c” trans=”xfade” target=”_self” tbs=”5000″ f_link=”t” f_smooth=”f” f_mtrx=”t” f_ap=”t” f_up=”f” height=”400″ btype=”old” bcolor=”#CCCCCC” ]Some 267 artists had their works lined up in their booths, while others prepared to play music or dance as part of the day’s entertainment.

Fashion shows, both clothing and jewelry, filled the late afternoon, as well as a show of works by Native American youth.

It was all part of the Indigenous Fine Arts Market that kicked off Thursday in Santa Fe’s Railyard and will continue through Saturday.

Some of the artists in that show, though, will migrate to the Plaza on Saturday for the Santa Fe Indian Market, which will take place that day and Sunday. Read more information about the Indian Market and other events this weekend.

Hand-painted luggage by Douglas Miles (Apache) from San Carlos, Ariz. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Hand-painted luggage by Douglas Miles (Apache) from San Carlos, Ariz. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

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