Welcome to the Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival
We will be returning to the downtown Santa Fe Community Convention Center (201 W. Marcy Street) for the 2013 show on November 15-17, 2013.
Thank you for helping to make the 14th Annual Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival a huge success! The 2012 took place Nov 2-4 and included 81 art market booths with artists traveling from across the country to sell their recycled treasures!
In cooperation with Keep Santa Fe Beautiful and their recycling efforts surrounding America Recycles Day (November 15th) and New Mexico Recycling Awareness Month, Recycle Santa Fe is one of the hippest, eco-conscious art markets and juried art events of its time.
To purchase a DVD of the 2012 Trash Fashion & Costume Contest, please contact Doreen Gallegos of Wildfire Productions at email@example.com
Check out a video of the 2012 show here
If you realized you need a few more recycled art pieces and you’d like to contact any of the 2012 Recycle Santa Fe Artists, please visit the following link.
If you were a contestant in the Trash Fashion & Costume Contest and you would like to purchase your photos by portrait photographer LuAnne Jackson, please email LuAnne at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The famous, wild and crazy Trash Fashion & Costume Contest. The most original fashion show in Santa Fe at 7:00 pm! The Friday night recycle fashion show is at 7pm, tickets to the fashion show include general admission and are $15-$20 (kids $8) and may be purchased ahead of time throughwww.ticketssantafe.org or by calling 505-988-1234.
- Trash Fashion & Costume Contest will include an American Sign Language Interpreter
- Announcement of Juried Art Exhibit winners (adult & student) following the Trash Fashion Show.
Saturday & Sunday Highlights
- Kids of all ages can enjoy the recycled art activities all day on Saturday and Sunday (make and take art) The ever popular Make and Take section is always a great activity for young and old to create a recycled work of art to take home and enjoy. There are lots of odds and ends materials that you can use to create your own unique work of art, including recycled tins, records, fabrics, wire, magazines, and so much more!
- Make Your Own Recycled Art activities lead by local artists. More info TBA as the 2013 date approaches