CHAC (the Chicano Humanities and Arts Council) was filled with individuals, adults and children alike, dressed in extraordinary, elaborate South and Central Native American costume.
A DJ spins records for passerbys on the corner of Galapago and 8th Avenue.
Kym Bloom creates art out of candy. Pictured is her rendition of a Twister spinner fashioned from lollipops.
Skeletons ruled the streets, as many people donned clothing featuring the popular dark symbol in honor of Halloween.
A detail of Brianna Martay's "Shadow Happy" displays the grueling work the artist put into the mind-blowing installation piece at CORE New Art Space.
Sangria is sold from a stand on the street during the First Friday Art Walk.
The ever-popular hot-dog vendors and eccentric festivities can be found in the courtyard behind Kanon and CHAC galleries.
Large Paintings by Gus Harper provides a vibrant party atmosphere.
Brianna Martray spent eight years compiling a manuscript, which she spent two years folding into swans. She spent two more years gluing small mirrors together. The final work was finished last week, after the artist worked for forty hours over two days to install the piece, "Shadow Happy," at CORE New Art Space.
A Clown plays the saw and wails The Smiths' song "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want."
A Fixture of the Santa Fe First Friday Art Walk are DIY artists peddling their work on the street outside of galleries. Pictured here are "hand-drawn" tie-dyes.