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Call Celeste Stokes at 505.983.5220 to become a SWAIA member.

SWAIA Brings Native Arts to the World by
  • Inspiring artistic excellence
  • Fostering education, and
  • Creating meaningful partnerships
SWAIA is the nonprofit organization that juries and presents Santa Fe Indian Market, the world’s largest, most highly acclaimed Native American arts market.

SWAIA must raise over $1 million every year to make Santa Fe Indian Market happen. Without your financial support, Indian Market—and the hundreds of year-round lectures, education programs and seminars—could not exist. (Note: SWAIA takes no percentage of artists’ sales.)

Your membership contribution supports

  • Artist fellowships
  • Over $100,000 in artist awards
  • Sustaining and presenting the foremost Native Arts Market in the world
  • Winter Indian Market
  • Lectures, education programs and special events
  • Artist seminars, studio tours and workshops
  • Native Artist gallery exhibitions
  • General operational support associated with the daily operation of SWAIA
  • Photo Archive: 95 years of historical photographs and invaluable records on Native Arts, Artists and Santa Fe Indian Market
Thank you for becoming a member today!

Questions: Call/email Celeste Stokes (505)983-5220. cstokes@swaia.org

2017 BUSINESS MEMBERS

PATRON
Thornburg Investment Management

INVESTOR
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association

BENEFACTOR
La Fonda on the Plaza
Peabody Essex Museum

STEWARD
Bazaar Del Mundo
Century Bank
Chris Morin
Emmi Whitehorse
Inn on the Alameda
Museum of New Mexico Foundation
Sun Crystal Mining
Terry Pechota
The Dancing Rabbit Gallery
Waddell Trading Company

SUPPORTER
Canyon Country Originals
Carly D Jewelry Designs, Inc.
Elaine Lockard
Inn of the Governors
Larry A. Croslin
Rainbow Man, Inc.
Richard J. Herz
Robert Nelson
Santa Fe Espresso Co/Haagen-Dazs
SHIMA' of Navajoland
Southwest Traditions
The Golden Eye
Traci Rabbit

PLAZA PARTNER
Dominique Toya
Indian Jewelers Supply Co.
Ralph T. Coe Foundation for the Arts
Spirit of the Earth
William Waites
Goodbye World