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SFAI 140 : 03.19.15
March 19, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for for the Spring 2015 SFAI 140! SFAI is proud to present a remarkable evening, led by compelling group of new presenters. We look forward to welcoming you to this marquee event for Santa Fe’s creative community.
SPRING 2015 SFAI 140 PRESENTERS
|Wendy Johnson||Medical Director, La Familia Medical Center|
|John Quale||Director & Professor of Architecture, UNM School of Architecture + Planning|
|Stephen Wall Chippewa/Seneca||Chair, Indigenous Liberal Studies Department, IAIA|
|Nancy Zastudil||Owner/Director, Central Features Contemporary Art|
|Tom Joyce||Artist, Blacksmith|
|Dallin Maybee Northern Arapaho/Seneca||Chief Operating Officer, SWAIA|
|Geoffrey Barton||Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow|
|John S. Gordon||Artist & Interim Executive Director, CCA|
|Fatima van Hattum||Program Coordinator, NewMexicoWomen.Org Project Coordinator, Kindle Project|
|Tony Gerlicz||Principal Learner, Mandela International Magnet School|
|Marsha Bol||Director, Museum of International Folk Art|
|Annie Ledbury||Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow|
|Peter Ives||District 2 Councilor / Mayor Pro Tem, Santa Fe|
|Frank Ragano||Co-Executive Director, Parallel Studios|
|Georgina Lightning Maskwacis Cree||Film Director, Screen-Writer, Actress, Activist|
|Christie Green||Founder, radicle SFAI Artist in Residence, Santa Fe, NM|
|Amanda McDonald Crowley||SFAI Artist in Residence, Brooklyn, NY|
|Sheena Hoszko||SFAI Artist in Residence, Montréal, Canada|
|Nicole Lattuca||SFAI Artist in Residence, Boston, MA|
|Andrea Reynosa||SFAI Artist in Residence, Narrowsburg, NY|
|M12: Josh Garrett-Davis||SFAI Artists in Residence, Byers, CO|
|Miriam Simun||SFAI Artist in Residence, New York, NY|
SFAI 140 is an evening of creativity and conversation featuring 20 short talks by some of the area’s most innovative thinkers and practitioners. It is a quarterly event in which artists, members of the community and leaders of cultural organizations discuss ideas and projects in lightning-fast presentations: 20 speakers each with seven slides at 20 seconds per slide (for a total of 140 seconds). The impetus behind SFAI 140 is to create a dynamic, engaged evening where SFAI’s gifted artists-in-residence talk about their work alongside dedicated members of the Santa Fe community.
We asked ourselves: instead of having lengthy, monographic talks by one or two individuals, could we offer just a taste—an amuse bouche—to inspire and create a spark for further, more in-depth conversations? The point is, you’re never going to understand the total depth of someone’s practice. What SFAI 140 gives the audience is a taste.
While the format for SFAI 140 may seem quick, one hundred and forty seconds can actually be a really long time, a profound amount of time in fact. In 140 seconds one can create a tremendous impact and drive change. The Arab Spring came about as a result of people expressing their passions and frustrations in 140 characters, President Lincoln spoke his 272-word Gettysburg Address in a little under 140 seconds. As SFAI 140 reveals, time doesn’t limit seminal ideas and their impact.