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August 14, 2020 – COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the economy across New Mexico, including on tourism and the arts in tribal communities. Many Native artists rely on summer art shows to sell their works, and one of the biggest festivals is Indian Market – going online this summer because of the pandemic. Correspondent Antonia Gonzales talks about how the Native American art world is attracting virtual visitors. 

Correspondent: Antonia Gonzales 

Guest:  
Kim Peone, executive director, Southwestern Association for American Indian Arts 
Karl Duncan, executive director, Poeh Cultural Center 
Eugene Tapahe, fine art photographer  

For More Information: 
Santa Fe Indian Market 
Poeh Cultural Center 
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