Immigration / Emigration SFAI 140: Interactive Installations, 20 Inspiring Talks, Celebration

6:00-7:00PM     Installations & Food Trucks

7:00-8:30PM     Performance & SFAI 140 Presentations

8:30-9:30PM     Music, Drinks, & Celebration

Join us as we celebrate and reflect on the work done during our Immigration / Emigration theme with an evening of ideas, art, creativity, food, and community! SFAI 140 is an event unlike any other: 1 night, 20 inspiring talks, 140 seconds each. With twenty speakers in one evening, the energy and ideas shared are electric. Join us as all of our SFAI 140 presenters respond to our current theme of Immigration / Emigration.


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Artists, local activists, & designers will create interactive installations, while international food trucks will serve delicious cuisine. After the presentations, there will be music, drinks, and a chance to celebrate the beautiful work our artists and community members have created over the last year. Don’t miss this special event! SFAI located on the western end of the Santa Fe University of Art & Design, 1600 St. Michaels Dr.




Merav Ezer & Adi Shniderman / A Couple of Artists SFAI Residents / Visual Artists / New York, New York & Israel
Olaniyi R. Akindiya Akirash SFAI Resident / Interdisciplinary Artist / Austin, Texas & Nigeria
Felecia Chizuko Carlisle SFAI Resident / Interdisciplinary Artist / Miami, Florida
Vanessa Dion Fletcher SFAI Resident / Potawatomi & Lenape, Artist / Chicago, Illinois & Canada
Carolina Rubio MacWright SFAI Resident / Interdisciplinary Artist & Lawyer / Brooklyn, New York & Colombia
Daisy Quezada Ureña SFAI Resident / Visual Artist / Santa Fe, New Mexico & Mexico
Rigoberto A Gonzalez SFAI Resident / Painter / Harlingen, Texas & Mexico
Tannaz Farsi SFAI Resident / Installation Artist & Sculptor / Eugene, Oregon & Iran
Ju Tan SFAI Design Resident / Architect & Owner, Juicekitchen Design Workshop, LLC
Carol Ware SFAI Design Resident / Principal at WAMO Studio, LLC / Artist
Mercedez Holtry Albuquerque Poetry Slam Champion
Andrea R. Hanley Navajo / Membership + Program Manager, IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
S. Paola López R. Founder & Director in2improv
Kevin Myers Nuestra Jornada & Gerard’s House Volunteer
Quintan Ana Wikswo Multidisciplinary Artist & Human Rights Activist
Heidi K Brandow Diné & Native Hawaiian / Multidisciplinary Artist
Jazmin Irazoqui-Ruiz Law Student at UNM School of Law
Phát Lê Artist
Sarah Canelas SFUAD Studio Artist
Paula Castillo Artist
Tara Evonne Trudell Poet & Visual Artist
Guillermina Juárez Artist & Community Activist
Kemely Gómez Artist
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