The annual Winter Spanish Market at the Santa Fe Convention Center will feature the work of 100 Hispanic artists. // Spanish Colonial Arts Society
The annual Winter Spanish Market at the Santa Fe Convention Center offers a unique way to enjoy the holiday season with a variety of events. The market will be held from Dec. 2-4, showcasing the work — much of which will feature a holiday theme — of some 100 Hispanic artists.
Market Week will start off with a luncheon with the artists on Nov. 30, giving individuals the opportunity to learn more about a Spanish Market artist over lunch, for $60 per person. WinterNite will take place on Dec. 2, with a party at the Santa Fe Convention Center from 6 to 9 p.m. Market artists will exhibit and sell their art at this event, which will also feature music and food, with tickets priced at $25 for Spanish Colonial Arts Society members and $40 for non-members.
The Winter Market will officially open at 8 a.m. on Dec. 3 and admission is free. For $40 per person, guests can take a Holiday Home tour of four Santa Fe homes decked out for the holidays. On Dec. 4, a special Market Mass will be held for all artists and guests at the St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, blessing the artists and the Market. In addition to the Market, a Traditional Holiday Tea will also be held on this day at the Historic Hotel St. Francis, for $40 per person.