Organized by a group of local artists, ArtWalk Santa Fe is a recurring outdoor arts and crafts market providing local and emerging artists with an open space to sell their products and get exposure to the Santa Fe community.


Jewelry maker and embroidery artist, Alex was born and raised in Mexico, and moved to Santa Fe in 2016. She’s worked in marketing, advertising and events management for local organizations like Creative Santa Fe, Xerb, Hatchform and on special projects for the City of Santa Fe. She’s the marketing and outreach director for ArtWalk Santa Fe and the owner of Alita’s Mexican Curios.


Stained glass artist and jewelry maker Mara was raised in Santa Fe. Currently she’s the preservation program manager at the Historic Santa Fe Foundation, the artist and vendor relations director for ArtWalk Santa Fe, and is the owner of Bitterbrush Workshop.


Caitlyn grew up in Pecos (near Santa Fe) and moved to Colorado shortly after graduating from UNM. During the pandemic she started creating art for the first time since childhood and began Princess Frilly Studio, which brought her home. In addition to art, Caitlyn works in marketing, helps local businesses launch, and loves salsa dance (and hopes to get a local salsa social happening soon)! 

Regional Development Corporation (RDC) ArtWalk Santa Fe 2022 Micro-Grant Fund Success Story
Learn more about ArtWalk Santa Fe and our story in our 6-minute PechaKucha presentation from 2022.

“Not only are Alex and Mara effective and skillful organizers, they promote the very spirit of joyful artistic collaboration at every step. I would never miss an opportunity to work with Artwalk Santa Fe.”

— Barbie Robertson, Santa Fe Brewing Company

“Alex & Mara are fantastic event planners. Everything went very smoothly. I enjoyed working with them both and can’t wait to plan another Artwalk at CHOMP.”

— Mary Beth Bartlett, The Artisan’s Bottega at CHOMP