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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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BLOG: Time Moves On and Change is Constant

Time moves on and change is constant. Reflecting on the city’s growth and urban development, I think back on the time when I was a child. I grew up north of Santa Fe. I saw the town as a special place built for people to enjoy.  I recall those days that our family walked around […]

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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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BLOG: REFRAMING THE NUCLEAR-INDUSTRIAL NARRATIVE

“Although framing cannot always contain what it seeks to make visible or readable, it remains structured by the aim of instrumentalizing certain versions of reality. This means that the frame is always throwing something away, always keeping something out, always de-realizing and de-legitimating alternative versions of reality, discarded negatives of the official version.” – Judith […]

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PROCESS Gina Palacios

Process is an intimate monthly gathering that features a presentation by a SFAI Artist and a conversation about their work and process. Gina Gwen Palacios highlights an underrepresented geographic and cultural narrative, specifically the people and land from South Texas. Her artistic practice is based on research and reflection of her Latino family history, personal narrative […]

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Steven Yazzie Installation / J.W. Powell & Associates

SFAI is not for sale! This Steven Yazzie installation on the SFAI campus is part of the exhibition The Great Unknown: Artists at Glen Canyon and Lake Powell by New Mexico Museum of Art. J.W. Powell & Associates is an outdoor intervention project currently situated on public and private land. The project, which began in […]

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CALL/WALKS / Santa Fe Atomic Stories

  Santa Fe Art Institute partners with the City As Living Laboratory (CALL), to engage with six different communities on the first weekend of May nationwide. On May 4, eleven CALL/WALKS will be activated in six cities including Washington D.C., Baltimore, Santa Fe, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and New York City. The Santa Fe CALL/WALK, Atomic Stories, […]

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Truth & Reconciliation Residency 2018/2019

From September 2018 through November 2019, SFAI will bring together 70 artists, creative practitioners, content experts, and innovative thinkers from all over the world to explore how uncovering and acknowledging the truth can be used as a means of reconciliation. SFAI believes that the process of truth-seeking and reconciliation are deeply creative acts that can […]

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