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171018 StoryMaps

Story Maps Fellowship Program

    STORY MAPS: A FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM IN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OVERVIEW Story Maps is a fellowship program, funded in part by The Ford Foundation, that mentors young, local, creative leaders of color in community engagement. Story Maps Fellows will engage government and non-arts organizations in projects aimed at creating long term social equity in Santa […]

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Equal Justice Residents

SANTA FE ART INSTITUTE MISSION We cultivate creative leadership and invest in community, culture, and place to re-imagine a more equitable world. VISION & VALUES We are artists, innovative thinkers, and engaged citizens working at the intersection of the arts and social justice. We believe in artists as leaders and catalysts to effect positive social […]

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Equal Justice Residents by Bio

A-F      |      G-N      |      O-Z Adele Balderston Adele Balderston is a place-based storyteller from Kailua, Hawai‘i. Working at the intersection of geography, art and activism, Adele promotes awareness of socio-spatial inequality through mapping and interaction with urban environments. She holds an MA in Geography from Hunter College […]

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SFAI in the World

AUGUST 2017 | SFAI IN THE WORLD NEWS Incoming Equal Justice Resident Michelle Angela Ortiz has been named a Rauschenberg Foundation Artist as Activist Fellow. From Michelle, “I am so excited and honored to be named a 2017 Artist as Activist Fellow. As part of a two-year grant, my work, along with the other fellows’ […]

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170710 NMNewAmericans

New Americans: Immigrant Contributions in New Mexico

New Americans: Immigration Contributions in New Mexico is a collaboration between SFAI, the Santa Fe Dreamers Project, and the Design Corps of Santa Fe. This Immigration Impact Project is the inaugural thematic project of the 2015-16 SFAI Immigration / Emigration Thematic Residency. Check out a digital version of the project below, download a printable version of […]

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SFAI Blog: Lands Arts of the American West & SFAI

BY JEANETTE HART-MANN, LAND ARTS OF THE AMERICAN WEST DIRECTOR We were all standing along the green bank, watching the greyish-brown muddy waters flow by. It was not a mad river. But it seemed strong, wide, and intimidating in its flow westward. Mud, trash, and dead limbs were scrambled among the salt cedars nearby and […]

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SFAI DESIGN WORKSHOP | MOBILE ART POD

BY JOSEPH KUNKEL, NATHANIEL CORUM, AND MAYRAH UDVARDI OF THE SUSTAINABLE NATIVE COMMUNITIES COLLABORATIVE This June the Santa Fe Art Institute convened the third annual Design Workshop in collaboration with the Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative—a nonprofit that works with Native communities to realize their built environment goals. This year, Design Workshop brought together students interested […]

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170613 Workshop

Youth Mural Workshop

June 22-23   |  9AM-3PM   |   1600 St. Michaels Dr.   |   Free Registration Below DESCRIPTION Join us for a free 2-day workshop with SFAI Water Rights Resident Joerael Elliott. Learn about local water systems and create an 800 square foot mural at SFAI. The mural will explore themes of water rights […]

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SFAI BLOG: HOLY WATER

BY AURVI SHARMA, SFAI WATER RIGHTS RESIDENT My history, like the land I grew up on, is tangled in the bends of dying rivers. I’m from an area of north India known as the doab – literally, the land of two waters – sandwiched between the Ganga and Yamuna rivers, one of the most fertile […]

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