Archive | Outreach

Access your creative center with artist Monika Bravo!

Filmmaker, Photographer, and Video Installation Artist Monika Bravo Breathingwall, 2011 What: Monika Bravo Lecture Where: Tipton Hall When: 6pm Tuesday, October 11 How Much: $10 general | $5 students/seniors What: Monika Bravo Reception & Dance Party Where: SFAI When: 7:30-9pm Tuesday, October 11 How Much: FREE! What: The Well, a Workshop with Monika Bravo Where: […]

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FLASH FLOOD is almost here!

FLASH FLOOD! This is a call for all of you to take action… to get involved in a community art project that will raise awareness of the severe water and climate change issues in New Mexico. We, at the Santa Fe Art Institute, believe art can be a powerful force in social, cultural, and environmental […]

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The FLASH FLOOD Advances!

The FLASH FLOOD Advances! What: FLASH FLOOD Community Art Action Where: The dry bed of the Santa Fe River between Camino Del Oro and San Ysidro Crossing When: Saturday, November 20, 2010 – time TBD What: FLASH FLOOD Pre-event Party & Exhibition Opening Where: SFAI When: Friday, November 19, 2010 5pm What: FLASH FLOOD Cardboard […]

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Education & Outreach Summer Workshops

Summer Art Workshops for Youth and Adults Site-Specific Playwriting: Writing Performance Pieces For The City of Santa Fe Taught by Timothy Braun, SFAI writer in residence July 10, 17, 24-25, 10am-2pm In celebration of the 400th anniversary of Santa Fe, students will study the basic concepts of playwriting focusing on a specific location. Each student […]

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All Elements – Youth Exhibition

The Santa Fe Art Institute Youth Education & Outreach Program Presents: All Elements – Youth Exhibition Exhibition of Student Work, and Celebration of Positive Change All Elements Exhibition Opening Reception & Celebration Friday, May 7 @ 5-7pm Santa Fe Art Institute Admission is free Exhibition runs through May 28th M-F 9am-5pm The Santa Fe Art […]

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Santa Fe Art Institute: Beyond

John Sena | The New Mexican, 3/1/2009 – “Our deepest hope, and our first plan, is to stay where we are,” Karp said, referring to the possibility that a state university or college would honor the institute’s lease. “This building was designed for us and for our program.” If not, Karp said, the institute’s board […]

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