8:00 AM – 4:00 PM


Free Admission to the Public



9:00am – Posting Colors: Ohkay Owingeh Honor Guard

9:15am – Invocation: John Garcia  (Santa Clara Pueblo)

10:00am – Zuni Bear Dancers

11:00am – Tony Duncan

12:00pm – Povi Tsay Dancers

1:00pm – Pueblo of Pojoaque Youth Hoop Dancers

2:00pm – Red Turtle Dancers

3:00pm – Mountain Star Dancers


10:30am: Sculpture Demonstration, Adrian Wall (Jemez Pueblo)
Location: Studio Plaza Ramada

11:30am: Pottery Demonstration, Shawn Tafoya (Santa Clara/Pojoaque)
Location: Pottery Studio

12:30pm: Jewelry Demonstration, Daniel Jim (Dine)
Location: Jewelry Studio


11:00am – 12:30pm: State of Pueblo Pottery in New Mexico
Location: Meeting Studio

Facilitator: Brian Vallo (Acoma Pueblo) Director, Indian Research Center, School for Advanced Research
Panelist: Erik Fender (San Ildefonso Pueblo), Maxine Toya (Jemez Pueblo) & Josie Seymour (Laguna Pueblo)


The Poeh Summer Arts Market is located at the Poeh Cultural Center at the Pueblo of Pojoaque, fifth-teen (15) miles north of Santa Fe on US 84/285. For directions, or additional information contact us at (505) 455-5041.


78 Cities of Gold Road
Santa Fe, NM 87506


Visitor parking is located on adjacent business and vacant lots. Please see parking signs and attached map for reference.


General Information

Volunteers are stationed at designated booths throughout the ground to help you locate artist’s booths, find the restrooms, preview the cultural performance schedule, provide directions, and answer general questions.


Money machines are located across the street at Wells Fargo and inside the Pojoaque Supermarket – US Bank.

Credit cards are widely accepted by Fair artists, in the museum including the gift shop, and at the Market merchandise booth.


Food Venders will feature a variety of food options on-site. Adjacent restaurants also provide visitors with indoor seating and additional dining options.

First Aid

A first aid station staffed by professionals is located close to the Market entrance.


Portable restrooms are located near the main frontage road.

Restrooms are available inside the museum / studios for parents with infants, and special needs visitors.


There are several hotels close to the museum; Buffalo Thunder Resort, Homewood Suites, Cities of Gold Hotel and Roadrunner RV Park.


Museum tours are available from 8am – 5pm. Please visit the Museum/Giftshop to schedule and purchase a guided tour.


What makes this event special?
The Poeh Cultural Center is a tribally operated organization dedicated to the respectful sustaining of Tewa Pueblo culture and the Summer Arts Market is a direct action supporting local Pueblo and Native American people. Located on Pueblo land, the market is an authentic perspective on the state of Pueblo arts and culture – with adjoining museum exhibitions, the Pueblo perspective and history is shared.

Can I meet and talk to the artists?
Sharing is part of the Poeh’s mission. We invite you to visit with the artists and ask questions. Artists can shed light in technical processes or cultural stories behind the art.

Can I take photographs?
Please ask artists and dancers for permission prior to photographing them and/or their work. Photography of the Poeh Cultural Center is admitted only for personal use.

Do I have to pay for parking?
No. Refer to our parking map to locate parking.

Will my kids enjoy this event?
Our market is a family friendly event and we welcome all ages to experience this special event.

Can I bring my pet?
Due to safety and health regulations, only service animals are permitted during this event.