Reconnecting & Celebrating Native Arts
Opening Our Doors to 300 + Artists During 2021 Indian Market
Here at the Poeh, old rhythms of life and ways of making beauty continue. Now that our First Pathways Event is behind us, we are taking conscious steps to reflect back the overwhelming positivity we have received from our community of artists our many neighbors who visited Pojoaque for Pathways!
Pathways provided not only an Indigenous Art Marketplace, but built a three-day Festival Atmosphere with a full schedule with a Pueblo Fashion Showcase, Artist Panel Discussions, Dance & Vocal Performances, and a Native Short Film Festival with workshops. In addition, the Kids Korner provided art activities, a new Tewa Coloring Book, Children’s Books and public health literature (all free to the public).
The three-day public event was free to all visitors.
Over the past 15 months the Pueblo of Pojoaque has faithfully contributed its resources to helping communities around New Mexico by providing housing for emergency responders, medical teams, quarantined tribal members, hosted food distribution programs, as well as vaccination and testing clinics. Through the Fight the Virus campaign, the Poeh was able to promote safety and healthy practices for our Native communities. PATHWAYS: NATIVE ARTS FESTIVAL embraces the Pueblo’s commitment to economic growth and support of Native Arts.
Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino is located 15 minutes north of Santa Fe, on the Pueblo of Pojoaque. Pathways is proud to be a tribally operated event located on tribal lands. Masks Required. An art museum in itself, the Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Buffalo Thunder Collection of Art is home to hundreds of pieces of unique art, sculptures and architecture.