Local Flavor Celebrates Indian Market

Indian Market in Santa Fe is the highlight of the summer season in the Land of Enchantment.

So it’s no surprise that in solidarity with Indian Market, Local Flavor’s August issue brings you a look at artists in Northern New Mexico’s Native American community, from potters to fashion designers who are designing some of the most recognizable indian clothes, gallerists, chefs and storytellers; all of whom contribute to the glorious tapestry of their living Cultural Heritage.

Local Flavor’s Editor Cullen Curtiss, fills us in on what’s new between the covers of this month’s issue on the stands now.

Juanita Christine from the Jemez Pueblo graces the magazine’s cover with her Singular Couture David Naranjo coat called Tsay Puu Pho (Eagle Tail Feather). Learn more about the owner’s background and intention, as well as each artist’s process. localflavor/singular couture

Angie Yazzie of the Taos Pueblo continues her people’s tradition of making pottery, winning highest accolades at 2017’s SWAIA Nest in Pottery, Best in Classification, and Best in Division. Read about her process, including how she coaxes the pots through true conversation and connection. localflavor/angie yazzie

In The Women of Niman Fine Art, read about this longtime downtown gallery and the powerful gallerists Frances and Nicole Namingha who curate and promote their family’s artwork. localflavor/nimanfineart

For Poeh Cultural Center and Museum program director Stephen Fadden, the tradition of storytelling is akin to breathing. “To remind us of our human being, especially in an era when communication technology is mistaken for communication.” Read more about him here.localflavor/stephenfadden

In Local Flavor’s Still Hungry column, devoted to recipes for the homecook, we share a few from the Native Kitchen, where ancestral ingredients are critical to understanding the depth and importance of the cuisine. Read here. localflavor/stillhungry

Local Flavor’s jam packed August issue is out now and available at more than 500 locations statewide, including Cid’s aqui en Taos!

For much more from Local Flavor please visit their equally fabulous website linked below this post!



All images thanks to Local Flavor except for photograph of Taos Pueblo horno/stock files.

Photo credits: Kitty Leaken, Gabriella Marks and Douglas Merriam