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Global Village

Information for vendors

The Global Village is returning to ¡Globalquerque! 2016 and promises to be a real highlight of this year's festival. Roughly 30 booths of international crafts, culture and cuisine will be available for your browsing and shopping pleasure. Come early so you'll have plenty of time to explore the diverse offerings. Food and drink will be available until late in the evening, but the craft booths will shut down around 8 or 9. Local cultural groups are invited to bring information about their activities, put out mailing lists and free materials for distribution at the Community Booth.

Hours:
- Friday: 4 PM to close
- Saturday: 10:30 AM to close

Note: The Global Village will be open during the free day programming, from 10:30 AM to 4 PM on Saturday.

 

Vendors:

Check back soon for a list of our 2016 vendors! Here is a list of our 2015 vendors.

Craft/Business Vendors:

Embudo Fabric Design
Embudo Fabric Design

"Embudo Fabric Design is a small, family owned business that specializes in one of a kind originally designed silk screened Potholders. We produce all of our pieces out of our home studio in Dixon, New Mexico. We hand mix our own colors and hand screen our pieces in order to insure that the colors we see in our natural surroundings can be genuinely reproduced onto our garments. By doing this we hope to bring some of the beauty we see each day to our customers."

 

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Goddess Garb by Ginger Quinn

Adorn your body in the garments that make you feel like the goddess you are! Garments are 100% rayon batiked and silk-screened in Bali. Easy to care for and washable in cold water. Perfect for casual or dressy occasions and great for travel! Also part of the Goddess Garb line are necklaces, bags made of African textiles, and scarves.

 

Indigenous Brilliance
Indigenous Brilliance

Work by Native American artists and craftspeople.

 

Liz Roberts Pottery
Liz Roberts Pottery

Liz Roberts creates unique hand built pottery using techniques that she has developed over years of fun working with the glorious medium of mud. Liz designs and carves intricate images that she embosses into the clay adding depth and texture to her work. Hand painted with a variety of ceramic stains, slips, washes and underglaze enhancing the visual imagery of each piece.
Liz gleans inspiration from cultures and traditions across the globe and is strongly influenced by her British background, her love of nature and a fascination with symbolic imagery. Peppered with patterns that span time from the ancient Celts to the modern day. Look closely and you will see Liz's work often has a story to tell...

 


Luminous Beauty

Luminous Beauty accesses Upma Kaur's 23 years of experience and knowledge as a holistic esthetician & alchemist to create adaptive products from organic, wildcrafted ingredients that are locally and globally sourced. Skincare designed to generate and sustain healthy, vibrant skin while also feeding your luminous nature. Skincare that's real food for your skin, so much so you'll likely want to eat it. And that is the idea—feed the skin just as you would any other organ with whole, fresh, bio-diverse food.

 

Lucinda Ellison Thunderbira
Sculpture & Sound

Musical instruments professionally hand-built and designed by Lucinda Ellison. "My mbiras, and other percussion instruments, are used by professional studio and touring musicians, in schools, by storytellers, by music and sound therapy practitioners, art collectors, gourd enthusiasts, and by people from all walks of life who enjoy the beautiful, relaxing qualities of their sounds."

 

Foster Kitten Coloring Book
Unseen Gallery

Will be selling adult coloring books, fantasy art, and the Foster Kitten Coloring Book, which helps homeless kittens in the Albuquerque area.

 

Culture:

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¡Globalquerque! Community Booth

A clearinghouse for local activities and events. Local cultural groups are invited (and encouraged!) to drop off information in the booth to share with the public, including mailing lists and free materials for distribution at the Community Booth.

 

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KUNM

Visit the booth of KUNM 89.9 FM, New Mexico's premiere public radio station, and pick up free bumper stickers and program guides. Meet the staff and DJs. KUNM—one station, many voices.

 

Cuisine:

Food Karma
Food Karma

Food Karma is a Not for Profit Food Organization serving the greater Albuquerque area. We serve food using ingredients from our local farmers that is organic and grown sustainably; and made from scratch. We believe that anyone should have better access to quality foods regardless of income. Food Karma will be serving Indian food at ¡Globalquerque!

 

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Santa Fe Brewing Company

Santa Fe Brewing Company is New Mexico's oldest microbrewery, distributing only naturally conditioned beers in its home state of New Mexico and surrounding states. Santa Fe Brewing Company brews their beer in Santa Fe, New Mexico. All of their beers are made from the finest hops shipped directly from the grower in Washington along with specialty malts imported from the UK. They pride themselves on not only using high quality ingredients but also using no preservatives or pasteurization. Look for the SFBC ¡Globalquerque! Pale Ale!

 

Sweetwater Kitchen
Sweetwater Kitchen

Experience delicious global offerings made from fresh, natural, whole foods. We mill our organic flours on-site daily, prepare meals by hand, and source responsibly produced seasonal ingredients.

 

V Roast Coffee
V Roast Coffee

With V Roast's Air Roasted Coffee, you taste the coffee, not the roaster. It’s the air that roasts the coffee, not the surface of the roaster. The coffee has a very clean taste that is intensely aromatic, minus the acids and bitter tars that are produced by conventional roasters. V Roast sources quality organic beans.

 

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Vivác Winery

Vivác Winery is the creation of brothers Jesse and Chris Padberg, along with their wives, Michele and Liliana Padberg, respectively. In November of 1998 Jesse and Chris embarked on a new mission: "to make the best wine possible and have a good time doing it!" This meant professionally crafted, world-ranked, dry red wines—a first for New Mexico. Through extensive travel around the world and mentorships with other local winemakers, they learned about the wine business in general and more specifically about the wine business in Northern New Mexico. The word "Vivác" is a Spanish term meaning "high-altitude refuge," and Vivác Winery is just that. With record-breaking ratings in Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Vivác Winery has earned the title of "Highest Rated Red Wine Producer in New Mexico's History." Sunset Magazine has named Vivác "Notable up and coming wine makers" and "Winery to discover now!" With a commitment to excellence, the Vivác Winery family has pushed the boundaries of what New Mexico wine can be! 

 

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