Join us for our Summer SFAI140!
At SFAI140, artists and community leaders come together through presentations and performances — 1 evening, 20 talks, 140 seconds each.
This event’s participants not only include SFAI Equal Justice Residents, it will include local leaders in education, housing, architecture, and representatives from the Santa Fe Fire Department and ACLU-NM. See our complete list of presenters below!
You will have the opportunity to view artist’s open studios, and exhibitions, both the Equal Justice Residents and Story Maps Fellows will be sharing their work before and after the presentations.
SFAI140 / Friday / July 20
Open Studios / 6:00 PM
SFAI140 Presentations / 7:00 PM
Santa Fe Art Institute / 1600 St. Michaels Drive / Santa Fe
Registration is recommended to guarantee a seat at check-in.
Space is limited. Arrive by 6:45pm on Friday to check-in and claim your seat. Seats may not be available if you have not registered (registration closes Friday at 5pm). High attendance may result in a standing room only.
||Planner, City of Santa Fe
||Equal Justice Resident / Founder, The Time In Children’s Artist Initiative
||Equal Justice Resident / New Media Artist / Experience Designer / Creative Technologist / Researcher
||Associate Dean, Student Engagement + Academic Innovation / Associate Professor, School of Architecture + Planning / University of New Mexico
||Equal Justice Residents
|Celeste De Luna
||Printmaker, Installation, Socially Engaged Art, Las Imaginistas Collective Co-founder
||Principal & Partner, Surroundings Studio
|Kristina G. Fisher
||Associate Director, Think New Mexico
||Senior Policy Strategist, ACLU of New Mexico
||Executive Director, Littleglobe / Composer / Media Artist / Filmmaker / Co-founder
||Equal Justice Resident / Artist
||Co-founder & CEO, Creative Startups
||Mobile Integrated Health Officer, City of Santa Fe Fire Department
||Principal, Strata Design
||Professor of Architecture, UNM School of Architecture and Planning / 2018 Board Chair, Congress for the New Urbanism
|Candice McKim & Nikki Romero
||Storytellers / Advocates / Mothers
||Equal Justice Resident / Author
||Architect, Atkin Olshin Schade Architects
||Equal Justice Resident / Director of Urban Development, National League of Cities / Professor of Urban Planning, Georgetown University