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HISTORIC INDIAN & WORLD TRIBAL ARTS-SANTA FE


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Location
Shellaberger Tennis Center
College of Santa Fe
1600 St. Michael’s Drive
Santa Fe, NM

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2008 Schedule
Indian & Tribal Art Shows

“SUPERB” - New York Times

August 14 - 17, 2008
Seventh Annual
Historic Indian & World Tribal Arts: Santa Fe

75 Distinguished Exhibitors
American Indian, Africa, Asia
The Americas, Oceania, and Classical Antiquities

 

Charity Preview Reception
Thursday Evening, August 14, 2008
Everyone Invited — Everything for Sale
Thursday 6 - 9pm

Tickets for Charity Preview Reception
$75/person
Includes hors d'oeuvres, wine, and 4-day admission pass.
No refunds; all ticket sales are final.

 

Indian World Tribal art fair -Santa Fe Contact Barry M. Cohen at 703-914-1268.
Show phone: 703/862-0914 (after August 9)

Free Parking, free shuttle to Sweeney Center Saturday and Sunday.

From Albuquerque
I-25 North to Cerrillos Road exit.
North on Cerrillos 4.7 miles.
Turn right onto St. Michaels Drive.
Go one block, turn right into College of Santa Fe main entrance.
Follow signs to show.

From Sweeney Center
(Corner of Marcy and Grant) 
Right on Grant, left on Paseo De Peralta.
Go .8 miles to St. Francis Drive.
Left on St. Francis, and go .8 miles.
Turn right onto Cerrillos Road.
Go 1.7 miles to St. Michaels Drive and turn left.
Go one block, turn right into College of Santa Fe main entrance.
Follow signs to show.

Santa Fe Courtyard by Marriott
3347 Cerrillos Road
Indian Antique Show Rate - $110
505/473-2800
Hilton of Santa Fe
100 Sandoval Street
Indian Antique Show Rate - $189
505/988-281

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Robert Dowling 

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Robert Dowling 

Santa Fe (August 2004)...HISTORIC INDIAN & WORLD TRIBAL ARTS-SANTA FE

An antique show and sale featuring Pre-1940 Native American arts, world ethnographic arts, and antiquities, returns August 12 - 15. Formerly at the Eldorado Hotel, the show has now moved to its new home in the spacious, air-conditioned Shellaberger Tennis Center at the College of Santa Fe.

Collectors and decorators will find a range of quality basketry, beadwork, textiles, pottery, rugs, cowboy items, early weapons, children's items, quilts, folk art, and jewelry at the show. Important western art and photography from the 19th and early 20th centuries will also be offered, as well as early ethnographic arts and antiquities from Africa, Asia, and Oceania. This year, Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial art and antiques will also be featured.

HISTORIC INDIAN & WORLD TRIBAL ARTS-SANTA FE 

Opens Thursday evening, August 12th, 2004 with a charity benefit reception from 6:30 – 9 pm that will benefit, in part, the National Dance Institute of New Mexico (NDI-NM). 
Tickets ($50) are available only at the door. All are invited, and everything will be available for sale.

The National Dance Institute of New Mexico was founded with the knowledge that the arts have a unique power to engage and motivate children. The purpose of its distinctive dance programs is to help children develop discipline, a standard of excellence, and a belief in themselves that will carry over into all aspects of their lives. Last year, the NDI-NM In-School program directly taught 4,300 public elementary school students and reached an audience 51,000 parents and community members. 

The Dance Barns at 1140 Alto Street are home to a growing After-School program — the NDI-NM School for the Performing Arts — and “Teaching Excellence” workshops where dancers from across the U.S. and abroad learn NDI teaching methods. The 2004-2005 school year marks NDI-NM’s tenth year in New Mexico. All NDI-NM programs are open to any child, regardless of his or her ability to pay.

This year, organizer Barry Cohen (  ) has recruited 75 nationally recognized exhibitors who offer consistent quality across a broad spectrum of prices.Among them are senior authorities, "rising stars," and collector-dealers not frequently seen on the show circuit. 
They include: 

Acquisition Inc. (NJ), Alaska on Madison (NY), Peter Michael Boyd (WA), Marcy Burns American Indian Art (NY), Tyrone Campbell Gallery (AZ), Clarke & Clarke Asian Antiques and Tribal Art (NM), David Cook Fine American Art (CO), Cowboy Trader (MI), Merrill B. Domas and Paul E. Gray (NY), Robert Dowling Tribal Arts (CA), Earl W. Duncan (CO), Faircloth /Adams / Holbrook (NM), FeriArte (TX), Flury & Company (WA), Darlene Fredrick Gallery (OR), Galleria Americana (WA), Gallery 662 1/2 (NM), Garland’s Navajo Rugs (AZ), Irwin & Marjorie Goodman (NJ), H. Malcolm Grimmer (NM),H & P Gallery (CA), Marion Hamilton (CA), Hudson Trading (AZ), HYPOINT (IL),Alan Kessler Gallery (NM), William Jamieson Tribal Art (Ontario), Linn - Tucker Indian Baskets (OR/MO), Brant Mackley Gallery (PA), Kip McKesson African Art (MI), Molloy/Blitz Tribal Art (NY), Ramona Morris Fine Art (VA), Myers and Becker - Art of the Americas (NY), Mystic Warriors (CO), Nashoba Trading Co. (MA), Gianfranco Olcese (Peru), Price - Dewey Galleries (NM), Priary Source (CA), Christopher Selser Tribalart (NM), Sherwoods Spirit of America (NM), Shiprock Trading Co. (NM), Splendors of the World (HI),Traders of the Lost Arts (NM), Transitional Arts Trading Co. (AZ), Trotta-Bono (NY), Turkey Mountain Traders (AZ), Van Landingham (NM), Joan Wenger Antiques (PA), Whitebear Rug Co. (IL), and others. This will be the only Santa Fe show for many.

The Shellaberger Tennis Center at the College of Santa Fe is located at 1600 St. Michael’s Drive, just off Cerrillos Road, a few miles from the town plaza. 

The facility boasts free parking for everyone, an onsite cafe, and a free shuttle that will run between the show and the Sweeney Center all day Saturday and Sunday.

Show hours are:
Charity Benefit Reception, Thursday, August 12, 6:30 – 9 pm (Tickets $50) All Invited . Everything for Sale.

General Admission
Friday and Saturday, August 13 and 14, 10 am-5 pm
Sunday, August 15, 10am-3pm. (Tickets $10).
All tickets include unlimited returns.

This fine show is sponsored by TRIBAL, the magazine of tribal art.

Contact Barry M. Cohen at 703-914-1268.

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