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Conversations / July 15

Unprecedented (Again)

Join SFAI artists and alumni, community organizers and leaders, as we engage one another online on topics related to current events and our annual theme. Conversations events will include panel conversations and interactive presentations, and will demonstrate how these issues manifest within our local, national, and global communities – as well as how artists and culture-bearers are shaping the dialogue and providing positive impact.

To mark SFAI’s 35th anniversary, our inaugural event entitled Conversations: Unprecedented (Again), features SFAI alumni. Artists Veronica Jackson and Christopher Kojzar, will be in conversation with artist-moderator Elizabeth Burden, to talk about their art and aesthetics, the wonder-sleights of being simultaneously invisible and hypervisible, and being hyphenated artists in this moment—artist-interpreters, artist-researchers, artist-archivists, artist-historians…

This online event was hosted live via Zoom, but the recorded event is now available on this page and on Podean by clicking below.
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July 15


5:30pm-7pm (MT)


Our events are offered for free, but donations are appreciated in support of our programming and participating artists. Please give what you can by clicking below!

This project is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts.
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As SFAI navigates these uncertain times, we face new fiscal challenges. We are seeking support for this programming and ongoing operational costs — a portion of these donations will go to participating artists.

Christopher Kojzar

Truth Reconciliation Alum

We tell ourselves that this is an unprecedented moment in time. It is—and it is not. For Black people, we’ve been here before, we’ve felt this before–in both the recent and distant pasts. Amazingly, we continue to hope for a new day; unfailingly, we struggle for a more just society. — Unknown author

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