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Shifting perspectives on complex issues

A podcast from the Santa Fe Art Institute, produced in the traditional territories of the Tewa peoples.
Tilt invites listeners to see complex issues in new ways through the lens of creativity. Each episode is an audio collage assembling a multitude of viewpoints on a different topic, and includes interviews, field recordings, soundscapes and stories representing the diverse communities, creative practitioners, and culture bearers from New Mexico.
The Tilt Podcast has brought you thought-provoking interviews, field reports and performances from our resident alumni and community partners for the past two years. As our small but mighty staff is planning many exciting programs in 2022, including the return of in-person events and a nearly full house of local, national, and international residents, we also are taking some time to chart the course for Tilt.
As we do so, we are pausing the monthly podcast – but in the meantime, be sure to visit our events calendar for more information on all of our programming this year, including the long-awaited return of SFAI 140. Thank you for your continued support of Santa Fe Art Institute and we hope to see you here in 2022!
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SFAI and Littleglobe are two Santa Fe-based arts nonprofits committed to collaboration as a way to more deeply support artists, creative practitioners, culture bearers and the broader Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico community. “Santa Fe Stories from the Inside Out” are a collection of Littleglobe TV (LGTV) episodes and SFAI Tilt podcasts that bring to the surface the histories and experiences of the people who make Santa Fe a diverse, creative place to live and work.

This program is made possible in part with the support from the New Mexico Humanities Council.

Partially funded by the City of Santa Fe Arts & Culture Department and the 1% Lodgers Tax.

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.



For Episode 3 of our Tilt Podcast, SFAI Residency Director Toni Gentilli talks with 2020 Labor Residents May Maylisa Cat, Millian Pham Lien Giang, and Mimi Bai.

Sweet Land: New American Mythologies

SFAI presents a conversation with Raven Chacon and Cannupa Hanska Luger about The Industry’s latest experimental production “Sweet Land”, an opera about colonialism that rewrites the American mythos.