The Santa Fe Art Institute Artist & Writer Residency Program Presents: August Residents’ Open Studio Thursday, August 20 5:30 pm Santa Fe Art Institute Admission is free! Please join us on Thursday, August 20th for our monthly Open Studio! The residency program is completely full yet again, and we have an incredible wealth of talent […]
Councilors OK plan to buy CSF campus
Tonight’s the Night! The fate of College of Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Art Institute is in the City Council’s hands! There are a couple of critical things you can do to help: 1) Call these City Councilors who may still be undecided and voice your support! Patti Bushee (505) 955-2345 Carmichael Dominguez (505) […]
Please come to both of these meeting to show your support for the city of Santa Fe’s acquisition of the CSF campus, and the continuing operation of the Santa Fe Art Institute. If you need more info about the proposal you can get it here. Your presence is critical, both tonight and Wednesday to show […]
July Open Studio! Please join us on Thursday, July 23rd for our monthly Open Studio! The residency program is completely full yet again, and we have an incredible wealth of talent to share with you! We will start with a few short readings, then we will do a brief guided tour of the visual artists’ […]
A traditional dance from Oaxaca, Mexico, featuring the dancers from Teotitlán del Valle. Metamorfosis Documentation Project (Armando Espinosa Prieto and Craig Johnson) is completing a collaborative project with the community of Teotitlán del Valle, a village in southern Oaxaca, to document La Danza de la Pluma (The Feather Dance). In the last phase of this […]
Washington Post Chief Art Critic Blake Gopnik Lecture – Those who don’t know art history are doomed to repeat it August 3, 2009 @ 6pm Tipton Hall $5 General Public | $2.50 students/seniors/SFAI members The Santa Fe Art Institute is pleased to bring you chief art critic of the Washington Post, Blake Gopnik as part […]
The Santa Fe Art Institute is proud to announce that it has been awarded a $50,000 grant by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. (more…)
Tim Braun, June writer-in-residence, answers his own 5 questions. Check out the story on Culturebot!
Check out this cool interview on Culturebot with SFAI Resident Kambui Olujimi conducted by SFAI Resident Timothy Braun!