Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Catch The 39th Annual Colorado Indian Market & South West Arts Fest, January 17-19

39th Colorado Indian Market & Southwest Art Fest
January 17-19, 2020
Apply Here
Call to Artists 

WHAT: 39th Annual Colorado Indian Market & Southwest Arts Fest
WHERE: The Denver Mart, Denver, CO
WHEN: January 17-19, 2020 

*Limited to 200 artists
*Indoor venue with electric 
*Thursday, January 16th Load-in
*Full color program distributed to patrons
*Free Wifi available
*Storage available for excess inventory 
*Pipe & drape available at no charge along the back wall of booth upon request
*Chairs, tables & trash cans available upon request at no charge
*Coffee & tea in the mornings, plus ice water refills all day
*4 free day passes to give to customers or friends
*Jury Fee $25

*Booth fees: $445 (5'x15'), $590 (10'x10'), $885 (10'x15'), $1180 (10'x20')
Corner Booth +$100

This colorful celebration of Native American, Southwestern and Western arts features 200 top quality juried artists & craftsmen alongside tribal dances, award winning entertainers, artists demonstrations, culinary booths and interactive special attractions. 

The Festival takes place Martin Luther King weekend at the Denver Mart - a well-known venue in close proximity to the internationally-acclaimed National Western Stock Show. In 2020, the show will coincide with weekend 2 of the 3 weekend long event; perfect timing for capturing peak tourist attendance!

This is the Indian Market's second year under the new leadership of Dash Events and Rio Grande Festivals, producers of 4 other annual award-winning art festivals in New Mexico & Colorado. Our goal is to amaze and entice affluent buyers by showcasing an unrivaled quality and variety of artwork, in a lively environment that everyone (exhibitors included!) will enjoy. To attract more buyers and collectors, the show will be advertised extensively by way of billboards, television, newspaper, postcard mailings, Visit Denver, magazines, email blasts to our existing list of 40,000 patrons, comprehensive social media campaigns, as well as great coverage through local publicity. Last year alone, our tried-and-true kiosk data collection efforts increased our ability to contact Indian Market customers directly by 25%.

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