International Folk Art Market Promotes Adrienne Murray

Adrienne A. Murray is promoted to director of marketing and community engagement at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe. Courtesy/Gabrialla Marks Photography

IFAM News:

The International Folk Art Market (IFAM)—the world’s largest folk art market—has promoted Adrienne A. Murray from associate director of marketing and community engagement to director of marketing and community engagement.

A fierce advocate for artists, Murray will now be responsible for managing IFAM’s marketing, communications and outreach programs. Her new responsibilities include virtual and in-person event planning, membership engagement and facilitating community partnerships.

An active member of the local community, Murray is a 2020 alumna of the New Mexico Women of Color Nonprofit Leadership Initiative and serves as director for community engagement for Resilient New Mexico: Behavioral Health for Families and as a virtual event consultant for cultural institutions in and around Santa Fe. She serves as a board member for Girls Inc. Santa Fe, on the Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority Educational Foundation’s Communications Committee and as a Junior Board Member for the Armando Gallegos Memorial Foundation. 

Murray holds a B.A. in Public Relations and Organizational Communication from California State University Los Angeles, a M.S. in Public Administration with an emphasis in Public Sector Employee/Employer relations from California State University, Long Beach, and a certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Florida Atlantic University.

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The International Folk Art Market Santa Fe is a non-profit operating in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico Foundation and the City of Santa Fe.

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