In The Arts: Today’s Global Marketplace

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The Museum of International Folk Art is ready to reveal a public exhibition, six months in the making.

Chloe Accardi and Patricia Sigala joined New Mexico Living to tell us how they answered the question:  What is the future of traditional folk art?

They found the answers in a six month apprenticeship program with master New Mexican traditional artists and up-and-coming creators. The result is on display this weekend on Museum Hill in Santa Fe.


Brought to you by: New Mexico Living. Sponsored by: The Department of Cultural Affairs

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