ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (FOX) – The New Mexico Artisan Market is going on this weekend in Santa Fe and can characteristic almost 100 native artisans and distributors with loads of actions for all the household to get pleasure from. New Mexico Artisan Market Social Media Supervisor Ellen Gallegos and collaborating artisan, founder, and chef of Tulipani, Alanna Casale go to the set to debate the occasion and what attendees can anticipate on the market.
This three-day market represents over 40 New Mexico communities and pueblos and can embrace objects comparable to jewellery, clothes, textiles, sculptures, residence items, ceramics, tub and physique merchandise, woodworking, work, specialty meals, metallic, paper merchandise, pictures and extra. Tulipani is an Albuquerque-based, small-batch pasta store and is among the collaborating artisans on the market.
“We use solely the highest quality components, make the whole lot in small batches and we add a wide range of greens or herbs so as to add taste and the colourful coloration that you just’re seeing,” stated Alanna.
Ellen explains that the market can have a wide range of different artisan meals together with chocolate and salsas. There’s additionally a particular New Mexico Rail Runner spherical journey ticket charge for these popping out of city to go to the market.
The New Mexico Artisan Market will make its Santa Fe debut on the Santa Fe Conference Middle from Saturday, February 15 by way of Monday, February 17, 2020. Normal admission tickets can be found on-line for $15.
Go to New Mexico Artisan Market’s official web site to buy tickets.