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ART OF CHANGE / SEPTEMBER 6

  SFAI PRESENTS The Art of Change / Friday, September 6 A night of film, music, and art celebrating catalytic artists that change the world. Join us on September 6 for a provocative evening of music, art, conversation, and film! The evening will feature a pre-release film screening of the new Prince documentary, Mr. Nelson: […]

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TRUTH & RECONCILIATION: A Group Exhibition

TRUTH & RECONCILIATION: A Group Exhibition September 3—October 4, 2019 Curated by Toni L. Gentilli, SFAI Residency Director As our 2018-2019 thematic residency draws to a close, SFAI has assembled a multimedia exhibition of 13 artists in residence exploring notions of truth and the potential for reconciliation. The exhibiting artists come from diverse backgrounds representing […]

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PROCESS: Wes Holloway

Process is an intimate monthly gathering that features a presentation by a SFAI Resident and a conversation about their work and process. September’s Process will feature Wes Holloway, a 2019 Creative Access Fellow. Wes’ sincere devotion to drawing and painting is paralleled only by an interest in science, biology, and philosophy. However, in 2003, after one […]

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PROCESS / Mark Blanchard

Process is an intimate monthly gathering that features a presentation by a SFAI Resident and a conversation about their work and process. October’s Process will feature Mark Blanchard (b. 1991 Chicago, Illinois) received his BA at Oberlin College (2014) and MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2017). His work manifests in […]

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Pop Up Print Sale

POP UP PRINT SALE / AUGUST 3 / 12-6PM / SFAI Local printmakers and artists including Power & Light Press, Etc. Letterpress, Hart Print Shop, Broken Cloud Press, Jacks McNamara & Tender-Heart Press will be selling their print works at SFAI on August 3. Come support local printmakers and artists as well as an iconic Santa Fe Artist Residency Program—10% of […]

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SFAI140 / July 19

Friday, July 19 / 2019 Open Studios / 5:30 PM SFAI140 Presentations / 6:30 PM Santa Fe Art Institute / 1600 St. Michaels Drive / Santa Fe This event is free and open to the public. Suggested donation is $10 at the door. SFAI140 is a dynamic 140-second presentation platform highlighting the inspiration and work of 20 […]

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Open Studios / Truth & Reconciliation Residents

SFAI’s June Truth & Reconciliation Residents will be hosting open studios on Friday, June 21. Take a look at our Current Residents & Fellows page for more information about the Truth & Reconciliation Artists and their work. This event is free and open to the public.    

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PROCESS Freeman & Murphy

Process is an intimate monthly gathering that features a presentation by a SFAI Artist and a conversation about their work and process. Heather D. Freeman and Jeff Murphy are independent visual artists who often collaborate on projects, especially when their conceptual concerns parallel one another. Though they both work with digital technologies, each artist brings their […]

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Ancestral Ink / A Symposium Honoring Indigenous Tattoo Traditions

Ancestral Ink: A Symposium Honoring Indigenous Tattoo Traditions brings together Indigenous tattoo practitioners and cultural bearers from the Pacific and North America who are the forerunners in the revival of traditional cultural practices, providing an informative, engaging and inspiring forum that celebrates the resurgence and resilience of Indigenous peoples and traditional tattooing practices. Ancestral Ink […]

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Open Studios / Truth & Reconciliation Residents

SFAI’s May Truth & Reconciliation Residents will be hosting open studios on Friday, May 24. The May residents are multidisciplinary artists and natives of the Yukon, Ontario, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Japan, with some now residing in Vancouver, Portland, Albuquerque, Phoenix, and Philadelphia. Their works range from perceptions around atomic history to issues of colonization […]

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