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2015 Arts & Crafts Vendor Information

This year the Albuquerque Folk Festival will take place on June 6th at the Albuquerque International Balloon Museum. We are thrilled to invite past Arts & Crafts vendors, as well as vendors who are new to the festival to apply and participate in 2015. We are excited to include a greater focus on learning and engagement with crafts this year through our demo / participation opportunities (detailed below).

Click HERE to download a word document version of the 2015 Albuquerque Folk Festival Arts & Craft (non-food) vendor application, and HERE for a pdf.

The application deadline this year for is APRIL 25th. A completed application must include all items in the checklist at the top of the first page of the application (application, check, copy of sellers permit, demo / participation (yes or no) and tent floor plan choice), and please note that indoor space is first come first serve.

Please look over the information carefully as we have made several changes from previous years. Two key changes are detailed below.

Booth layout: this year instead of submitting your own tent layout sketch please review the approved tent layout options on page 2 of the vendor application and choose one, including your choice in your application.

As an exciting new option to encourage engagement, we are offering a 50% discount on booth space to all craft (non-food) vendors who offer a demo of your craft or a way to participate in your craft at your booth. You will notice at the top of the application it asks if you will be offering a demo/participation and in the body of the application, if you choose to do this, it asks that you explain what your demo or participatory aspect will be. We are hoping to encourage an environment of learning and engagement with various crafts through this new option. As an example, if you make ceramics, you could either do a simple hand building demonstration or put out clay and a few tools for people to touch and engage with. We ask that for demos you prepare something simple every 1 to 2 hours, and for participation the objects that people may participate with can simply be set out at your booth.

Once your application has been processed, we will send you an email confirming your participation and detailing the logistics for the festival day.

For more information please email this year’s Arts & Craft vendor coordinator Suzanna Finley at vendors@abqfolkfest.org.

2014 Vendors


Name Description Contact
Apple Mountain Music

Apple Mountain Music is the premier provider of folk music instruments and instruction in the Southwest. It is also a great place to hang ...

Debra Fortess
505-237-2048
apmountainmusic@comcast.net
10301 Comanche Rd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111
Beverly's Beads and More

Solar painted silk scarves, pounded flower water color, jewelry, peace crane pins. Beverly will demonstrate pounded flower watercolor art on request until 5 pm.

Beverly Meredith
bjbeads@q.com
Faberjane Eggs

Award winning Faberjane Eggs uniquely decorated egg shells are dyed, not painted, and come in a wide variety of sizes and designs including egg shell jewelry. Jane Chevalier’s eggs can be seen in New Mexico art galleries and at her home studio. For more information please check out her web site at FaberjaneEggs.com.

Jane E. Chevalier
faberjaneeggs@aol.com
Handcrafted by Helmut Wolf

Elegant turned wood platters,bowls, wine corks, etc.

Helmut Wolf
Hmjwolf@aol.com
Laughing Dog Productions-Abq

Eco-friendly handpainted bamboo totes

Susie Mazarr Proo
smproo@comcast.net
Laughing Hare Hot Glass

A variety of art using glass, fused glass and mosaic glass. Beautiful colors and designs for every decoration scheme.

Theresa LaFerriere
505-254-0714
Theresa@laughinghare.com
Lujaqui Leather/bead bracelets, bags & bead necklaces Luis Javier Quinche
Melt: A Glass Art Studio

Fused glass housewares and jewelry

Brooke Beggio
Meltnm@gmail.com
Mother Truckin' Tees

Artisan apparel including T-shirts, scarves, and bags

Kari Barrera
mothertruckintees@gmail.com
Never Enough Guitars

Home-made cigar box guitars and Thrive Life products. On request, they will demonstrate how to build home-made guitars with small kits.

Debra English
debeng@aol.com
Orange Magnolia Soapworks

Luxury handcrafted soaps

Roger Hartz
roger@orangemagnolia.net
Photos by D.B.

Photographs (on T-shirts/mugs and demos on display to order)

Donna Bauer
dfbauer@aol.com
Postali Jewelry

Resin jewelry and accessories made with real postage stamps from around the world

Kelsey Norris
postalijewelry@gmail.com
Purlesque

Hand knit hats, scarves, hand made jewelry/steampunk/bellydance/burlesque accessories, pagan tools, incense, pirate/nautical themed fun items; facepainting and henna tattoos until 5 pm

Ivy Rose
610-1106
ivyrose.purlesque@gmail.com
Rainbow Silk

Hand painted silk:scarves/shawls/jackets ties and wall pieces

Claudia Fluegge
505-830-9421
cflugge@juno.com
Rich Arts

Wood guitar picks, guitar pick earrings, pick necklace, wood jewelry boxes

Sean Gary Smith
sean.lee.smith@gmail.com
Usborne Books

Music and arts & craft books plus two children’s craft activity tables with ongoing activities until 5 pm

Marisa Hernandez
bluesbooks@yahoo.com
Wanderlust

Balinese silver w/semiprecious stones, instruments of the world, tapestries, wood carvings, jewelry scarves

Stephanie Rippel
235.1768
wanderlustimporters@icloud.com