Tonight is the official launch of this year's Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Indian Market, an event that traditionally brings tens of thousands of market goers to Santa Fe and easily tens of millions of dollars to native artists from around the country. KSFR's Zelie Pollon was at the convention center in downtown Santa Fe as artists presented their entries for “best of show.” Dallin Maybee, northern Arapaho and Seneca, became SWAIA's  chief operating officer a year and a half ago. He describes the economic and cultural importance of the Indian market on Santa Fe and New Mexico. 

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