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Sponsors

Special thanks to the following organizations for helping us make ArtWalk Santa Fe a reality in 2022:

GOLD SPONSORS

CHRISTUS ST. VINCENT

As north-central New Mexico’s only full-service health care system, CHRISTUS St. Vincent is dedicated to providing our community with the highest quality care. CHRISTUS St. Vincent’s Heart and Vascular, Orthopedic, Trauma, Neurosurgical, Radiology and Regional Laboratory programs ensure the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options are always near. Learn More >


FRIENDS OF THE ARTWALK

CITY OF SANTA FE’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

The mission of the Office of Economic Development is to achieve long-term sustainable and focused economic growth by building a diverse, innovative economy with high-wage, high impact jobs that provide opportunity and prosperity for the City’s residents, businesses and entrepreneurs. Learn More >

CITY OF SANTA FE’S ARTS & CULTURE DEPARTMENT

We provide leadership by and for the City to support arts and cultural affairs; we recommend policies and programs that develop and promote artistic excellence in our community. Our vision is for a thriving, collaborative, interdisciplinary cultural community that possesses a variety of resources, spaces and pathways that support the educational, economic and creative needs of Santa Fe. Learn More >

HERITAGE HOTELS & RESORTS, INC.

Heritage Hotels & Resorts, Inc. embodies the culture, spirit, and traditions of New Mexico. Our collection of culturally distinct hotels and resorts draws from a blend of the Southwest’s Native American, Mexican, Spanish, and American Western culture and historical influences. To enter any of our properties is to enter a world of timeless design, innovative craftsmanship, and world-class accommodations. Learn More >


COMMUNITY SPONSORS

Sienna Latham and family
Jordan Schulz and Athena Alicandri
Dominic Cappello


VENUE SPONSORS

CAFECITO

Cafecito is a family owned business blending the cultures of Argentina, Armenia, and Italy. Bringing you a delicious menu in our beautiful gathering space. The Trailhead Compound is a neighborhood snack place to stop by at the heart of the Baca Railyard. Learn More >

PUSHPIN COLLABORATIVE CO

Pushpin Collaborative Co a retail store located in Santa Fe, New Mexico curating American made greeting cards, stationery and gifts. We currently support small businesses across 22 states and feature over 20 New Mexican artists. Learn More >

SANTA FE BREWING COMPANY

The New Beer Hall at HQ. Mountain view with 27 taps of beer, cider, wine and other fun stuff. Beer to go. It’s like drinking in a Santa Fe postcard. Here you’ll also find one of the greenest places in all of Santa Fe. Literally. In an area where brown is always the color du jour, our beer garden is a lush, grassy, tree-filled oasis made green by irrigation from our state-of-the-art water reclamation system. Learn More >

IAIA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY NATIVE ARTS (MoCNA)

The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) is the country’s only museum for exhibiting, collecting, and interpreting the most progressive work of contemporary Native artists. MoCNA is dedicated solely to advancing the scholarship, discourse, and interpretation of contemporary Native art for regional, national, and international audiences—as such, it stewards over 10,000 Contemporary Indigenous artworks (created 1962 to present).  Learn More >

CHOMP / LUNA SANTA FE

CHOMP is Santa Fe’s first food hall, anchored by Bottega del Vino, a full bar focusing on accessibly priced wines and cocktails. Santa Fe’s most loved chefs serve a variety of cuisines for indoor dining and take out. Learn More >

A walkable mixed-use green community in downtown, Luna is Santa Fe’s first walkable mixed-use green community. Located two blocks from everything on Route 66 at the gateway to downtown Santa Fe, Luna offers restaurant, retail, office and loft spaces. A vibrant courtyard features outdoor dining, and a chance to browse & relax in SF’s city center. Learn More >

HISTORIC SANTA FE FOUNDATION

The HSFF’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote the historic properties and diverse cultural heritage of the Santa Fe area, and to educate the public about Santa Fe’s history and the importance of preservation. Learn More >

Would you like to become a sponsor and help our emerging artist community grow? Learn more here.


“This event has deeply impacted me and my business, and I’m so grateful!”

— Caitlyn Stuart (Artist)

“That was fun, lots of great art! Hope you guys do more of these!”

— Nate Duran (Attendee)

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