13th Annual Pueblo Fiber Arts Show
The New Mexico Pueblo Fiber Arts Guild, Poeh Cultural Center & School of Advanced Research
The New Mexico Fiber Arts Guild, in collaboration with the Poeh Cultural Center and School for Advanced Research (SAR) invite everyone of all ages this Memorial Day weekend to meet and learn from Pueblo fiber artists who work in a variety of techniques such as weaving, embroidery, spinning, knitting, crochet, sewing, basketry, and more. Highlights of the day will include artists demonstrations, traditional dances featuring Pueblo textiles, and opportunities to learn more about and purchase quality creations.
BOOTH FEES – Single & Shared Booths
Minors, 17 and under, are free with a paying adult vendor
Booth Includes: 6ft Table & 2 Chairs, Free Wifi, Bottled Water. Lunch will be provided
$15.00 per Artist 18+ NOT per booth
Realty fees will be collected on the day of the show
Applications will be reviewed every week.
This is a Pueblo fiber arts show. The sale of pottery, silver and turquoise jewelry and/or other non-fiber related items is NOT permitted.
All items must either include fiber or be in relation to fiber arts. The guild leadership reserves the right to determine what is or is not fiber arts.
This event is organized by the Pueblo Fiber Arts Guild, with support from the School for Advanced Research and Poeh Cultural Center. The mission of the Pueblo Fiber Arts Guild is to promote, revive, and maintain the age-old Pueblo fiber arts tradition among Pueblo communities as well as to educate the general public about the importance of this ancient art form.
For more information about the event please contact Louie García (Tiwa/Piro) at (505) 226-2770 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need help with filling out the online application, please contact Jacob Shije at (505) 455-5060.
Calls available Monday – Friday | 10am-5pm
The mission of the Pueblo Fiber Arts Guild is to promote, revive, and maintain the age-old Pueblo fiber arts tradition among Pueblo communities and educate the general public about the importance of this ancient art form. Meet the weavers and enjoy and purchase beautifully handmade gifts. Pueblo weaving and fiber arts are old traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation. Pueblo textiles are rich in meaning as they reflect our ancient past. All interested Pueblo fiber artists are welcome to exhibit!