62nd Annual Traditional Spanish Market & Contemporary Hispanic Market
The Spanish Colonial Arts Society was founded in Santa Fe in 1925 by writer Mary Austin and artist/writer Frank G. Applegate. Its purpose was to preserve and perpetuate the Hispano art forms that have been produced in New Mexico and southern Colorado since the region was colonized by Spain in 1598, and to educate the public about these art forms and the art of all the Spanish colonies. More than eighty-eight years later, its mission has been accomplished and expanded. Through the preservation and exhibition of its Spanish Colonial art collections at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, sponsorship of the semi-annual “Spanish Market” exhibitions and a range of educational outreach programs, the Society is now a leader in the public education of traditional Spanish Colonial art and culture.
Date & Time
- Weekly on Sunday and Saturday
- Jul 27, 2013 through Jul 28, 2013
- 9:00AM - 4:00PM