Downtown Farmington at Orchard Park
June 2 – September 29, 2022
3:00 pm to Dusk
Southwest Apple/Chile Fest begins September 29
Located in the heart of downtown, on the corner of Orchard and Main, the Maker’s Market features local vendors who grow and sell fresh produce; offer baked goods, jams, and jellies; makers of handmade leather goods, art, crafters, repurposed items; and collectors of antiques and vintage items, and much more! Local food vendors add to the experience to #shoplocal.
Receive information for ART WALKS,
SOUTHWEST APPLE FEST Makers Market and the Northwest New Mexico Arts Council Monthly Newsletter
The Maker’s Market will run every Thursday evenings, from 3:00pm to dusk in historic downtown Farmington at Orchard Park, June 2, 2022 through September 29, 2022. Set up time begins at 2:00pm.
Part of New Mexico MainStreet and the City of Farmington hosted by the Northwest New Mexico Arts Council, Arts and Cultural District.
Southwest Apple and Chile Fest article from Durango Herald
RiverFest May 24, 25, 26, 2013
|Prizes from 2013 High Desert Fine Art Festival|
|Award Winners in 2012|
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2012 Gateway to Imagination Juried Art Exhibition
Northwest New Mexico Arts Council Winners
98 artworks selected from 334 submissions from artists across the country. The Northwest New Mexico Arts Council was among one of the several awards presented at the 2012 Gateway to Imagination National Juried Art Competition held at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park in Farmington, New Mexico. About 98 artworks were selected by the Juror, Hugh Wilson, from 334 submissions from artists across the country. Congratulations to local artists, Fran Mayfield and Mickey Ginn for being selected as 2012 NWNMAC winners and each received a ribbon and a $200 cash award.
About the Juror: Hugh Wilson, a figurative painter, who works from life is the juror for this year’s art exhibit. He lives and paints in communities for several months at a time, developing intimate relationships with his subjects. He lived with Tuaregs in Algeria, migrant workers in Niger, traveled in a camper through working–class America and followed the Hispanic farm workers from Yuma to Salinas. Hugh spent the fall of 2011 in the remote islands of Vanuatu.
Mr. Wilson graduated in 1991 with a BA from Duke University and received his MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2004. His work has been shown in Algeria, France, New York and Montana.
|Commemorative Posters for Purchase
$20.00 or $10.00 with membership
If you would like to use a credit card for payment, please call 505-327-0076.
|2014 High Desert Fine Art
Festival Poster by Betty Reed
|2014 Riverfest Fine Arts Show
Poster by Kennith W. Gordon
|2013 Riverfest Fine
Arts Show Poster
|Poster by Randy Follis||Poster by Karen Ellsbury||Poster by Michael Bulloch|
|Poster by Sharon Bulloch||Poster by Richard Mordecki||Poster by Venaya Yazzie|
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