The 97th Santa Fe Summer Indian Market
Santa Fe Indian Market August 18-19, 2018
Saturday 7am – 5pm
Historic Downtown Plaza
The Santa Fe Indian Market is in the historic downtown plaza in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico. The streets of downtown are transformed into the largest Native arts market and exhibition. There is nowhere else in the world you can go and see this many Native artists exhibiting in one place.
Read about it here: http://swaia.org/About_SWAIA/index.html
For a schedule of events and ticket information, please follow this link: http://swaia.org/Indian_Market/2017_Schedule_and_Tickets/
For reviews on Tripadvisor go here:
Our conference takes place during the last week of the 2018 season of
Santa Fe Opera.
Check it out: https://www.santafeopera.org/
The theater is spectacular.
The quality of the productions is top-notch.
Tickets are tough to get if you are leave till too late.
We want the first COLING conference in the US since 1984 to be remembered not only for its scientific impact (which, by the way, we fully expect to be top-notch). We want the participants to have a great experience that is not “same old, same old.”
This is why COLING 2018 will not be held at some huge hotel (“you saw one, you saw them all”) or a sprawling college campus in a big city. It will happen somewhere interesting, beautiful and unusual.
Allow us to introduce Santa Fe, whose motto is “the city different.” It was founded over 400 years ago (this is really old for the US!). It has no skyscrapers, but the Palace of the Governors, built in 1610 on Santa Fe Plaza in the heart of the historic district, is the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States. The air at 7,000 feet is clean, the sun shines on average 325 days of the year. The surrounding countryside is breathtakingly beautiful.
In this blog we will talk about what Santa Fe has to offer and will also include practical tips for visitors. We will be happy to answer your questions.
For starters, here is what people say about Santa Fe:
(Much more info here: https://santafe.org/)