Jenny Kimball, IFAM Board Chair
The International Folk Art Market (IFAM), the world’s largest folk art market, is expanding its board of directors.
18and The International Folk Art Market is scheduled for July 6-10 at Santa Fe’s Museum Hill and will feature more than 150 artists from 48 countries. Additionally, the organization will host a variety of other events throughout the year. More information is at IFAM.
New board members include:
- Bonnie Bennett
- Elaine Cole
- Margaret (Maggie) Hanson-Muse
- Antonio Lopez
- Eric Mindling
- Makenzie Muller
- Judith (Judy) Pelham
“These new board members, along with our board, advisory board and founders, provide us with a wealth of expertise and guidance,” said IFAM Board Chair, Jenny Kimball. “I am impressed by the passion these people have for IFAM and the artists we serve.”
Melissa Mann, IFAM’s new CEO, is grateful for their support saying, “This diverse group of extremely talented people will further amplify IFAM’s ability to fulfill its artist-centric mission and drive the organization forward. We are delighted to welcome them to the IFAM family.
The International Folk Art Market Santa Fe is a non-profit organization operating in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Foundation of New Mexico Museum and the City of Santa Fe.