Cultivating understanding, connectivity, and leadership through artistic inquiry.
We believe in the power of art to shape society. Since 1985, SFAI has engaged over 5,000 artists, activists, and creative practitioners of all disciplines – connecting the local and global, and responding to the most pressing issues of our times.
Re-Centering Santa Fe / At the Heart of Oga Po’geh
SFAI 2020 Story Maps Fellows Diego Medina and Christian Gering paint a mural based on illustrations from their new coloring book, Acknowledging Oga Po’geh.
LittleGlobe TV: Epicenter Sept 24
Littleglobe, in partnership with the Santa Fe Art Institute, travels the glorious, complex world of Midtown Santa Fe, home to vibrant neighborhoods, a defunct university, mom-and-pop business and a rich and neglected history.
Announcing our 2020 Story Maps Fellows, Christian Gering & Diego Medina!
Our commitment to anti-racism.
At SFAI, we believe that Black Lives Matter. We stand in solidarity with Black, Indigenous, and people of color, with all oppressed peoples, and with liberation movements here in the U.S. and across the world.
Read more on our About Page.
Tilt Podcast / Episode 4
THE PANDEMIC IMAGINARIUM
For Episode 4 of our Tilt Podcast, SFAI invites La Pocha Nostra’s Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Balitronica to offer a sampling of their process of virtual reinvention.
In celebration of our 35 Year Anniversary, we are revisiting the SFAI140 video archives to bring you critical voices from our alumni that reflect on the shifting socio-political landscapes of our times — October/November’s theme is In Community: Reflect, Respond, Act.