Come shop at this Special Labor Day weekend folk art sale at the Museum of International Folk Art to benefit the flood ravaged Ralli-quilt-maker villages in Pakistan. 100% of all sales of Pakistan-made folk art and Ralli quilts will go to support the hundreds of Ralli quilt artisan families who have been represented at the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market and are now suffering from the recent August floods.
Start the weekend off on Friday Night, September 2, at a wine, cheese and buying reception in the Folk Art Museum’s auditorium on Museum Hill from 5:30pm – 7:30pm.
The sale continues on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, September 3-5, from 10am – 4pm each day. There is free entry to attend the reception or sale in the Museum’s auditorium.
Folk Art from Pakistan includes jewelry, hand-woven textiles, beaded bags, lacquerware, ceramics and the famous Ralli quilts.
The Arts of Survival: Folk Expression in the Face of Natural Disaster, on exhibit in the Gallery of Conscience through May 6, 2012.