|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 ...
10301 Comanche Rd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111
|Body & Brain||
Aura reading, yoga, taichi, meditation
Ceramics pottery and jewelry
|Crow's Cache Arts||
Knitted and felted wearables, beaded jewelry, glass art, and illustrated art
Handmade bags and fabric accessories. Demo.
|Laughing Dog Productions-Abq||
Permanent hand painted eco-friendly bamboo bags. Custom pet portraits available. Functional Art.
|Susie Mazarr Proo
|Laughing Hare Hot Glass||
A variety of art using glass, fused glass and mosaic glass. Beautiful colors and designs for every decoration scheme.
|Lujaqui||Leather/bead bracelets, bags & bead necklaces||Luis Javier Quinche
|Melt: A Glass Art Studio||
Fused glass housewares and jewelry
Paper mache masks and sculptures
|Mother Truckin' Tees||
Artisan apparel including T-shirts, scarves, and bags
|Orange Magnolia Soapworks||
Luxury handcrafted soaps
|Photos by D.B.||
Non-Photoshopped greeting cards, 8X10 photos for sale at reasonable prices. Also includes photos on mugs and white T-shirts.
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
Hand painted silk:scarves/shawls/jackets ties and wall pieces. Silk painting demo.
|Stone Arts and Jewelry||
Carved stone birds, inlaid stone boxes, small stone vases, jewelery
Following in the footsteps of Marco Polo, we bring you silver Balinese jewelry set with semiprecious stones bone and fossils. Treasures from the Mid-East, Far-East, Asia and Africa. Including wood masks, carvings, costume jewelry, Nag-Champa incense, tapestries, scarves, hand drums, Bellydance accessories and props. Stop by and learn how to wrap a turban or check out a dance and drum demonstration.
|Weaver Guitar Straps||
Handwoven straps for guitars. Weaving demo.
Albuquerque Folk Festival Arts & Craft Vendor Frequently Asked Questions
For 2015 - vendors who are participating in the Festival -
- Set up is 7:30am - 9am Saturday June 6th. Come to the East entrance of the Balloon Museum. You may drive your car in to your booth space to set up, and we will have volunteers there to assist.
- Usually vendors leave around 6pm; sunset is currently around 8:30pm. For packing up, you will not be able to bring your car out to where your booth is; you will need to pack up the booth and use a hand truck, etc to carry items to your car.
- There is no easy access to electricity for outdoor vendors.
- At the entrance in the morning you will be provided with wrist band(s) for your booth, as well as a map with the festival layout.
- Your tables / booth area will be marked with your booth number and business name.
- Applications for the Folk Festival are posted in the Spring on this webpage; please check back in Feb / March 2016.
- Application deadline for 2016 will be in April; please check this webpage for updated info in the Spring.
- The 2015 Albuquerque Folk Festival is on June 6, and we are no longer accepting applications.
- You may bring your own tent, but it must meet fire marshal specifications, or you may rent a tent on your application page. Limited indoor space (where tents are not needed) is available on a first come first serve basis.
- AFF requires a valid (on the date of the festival) Business Registration from the City of Albuquerque. For more information, contact the city.