Thursday, August 1, 2013


We are pleased to be included as a partner with the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market (SFIFAM). Their work is setting the global agenda each year, by providing folk artists ways to access the global marketplace while preserving the ancestral traditions and responding to consumption patterns resulting from mass production. Our work contributes to making the global economy a life-affirming, sustainable place, and we encourage all our students to take part in working with SFIFAM.

For more information about the SFIFAM please see:

For more information about our relationship with SFIFAM see:

Anderson/SFIFAM Relationship

For more information about our internship with the folk art market see:

Link coming soon!

Here is a copy of our institutional analysis:

SFIFAM IBSG Report 2012