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PROCESS: Francisco Letelier

PROCESS / Francisco Letelier  / October 17 / 5:30PM-6:30PM / SFAI Process is an intimate monthly gathering that features a presentation by a SFAI Resident and a conversation about their work and process. October’s Process will feature Francisco Letelier. Chilean artist, Francisco Letelier, creates art that crosses disciplines and cultures. His work blends history with contemporary […]

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PLATFORM / ReMatriate

PLATFORM / ReMatriate  / October 25 / 6PM-9PM / SFAI Curated by Toni L. Gentilli, SFAI Residency Director, and Winoka Yepa October’s Platform event, ReMatriate, honors the strength of Indigenous women who are leading within their communities and creating opportunities and tools that support Indigenous peoples and other women in reclaiming or rematriating ancestral traditions […]

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Let’s Envision Midtown Santa Fe

by Jamie Blosser, SFAI Executive Director In case you didn’t see My View in the Santa Fe New Mexican this past Sunday, September 22, please read below for SFAI’s vision for Midtown! The Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) is one of the few organizations still in operation on the Midtown Site (formerly known as the […]

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Pop Up Print Sale

POP UP PRINT SALE / NOVEMBER 17 / 12-5PM / SFAI Organized by SFAI Alumni Fellow, E. Oscar Maynard, local printmakers and artists will be selling their print works at SFAI on Sunday, November 17, Noon — 5pm. Support New Mexico-based artists and get your holiday gifts at the same time — letterpress posters, holiday […]

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SFAI In the World / September 2019

Eliza Myrie’s work for garden/ruinate exhibit at The Arts Club of Chicago Equal Justice 2017/2018 Eliza Myrie’s garden/ruinate will be on exhibit at The Arts Club of Chicago through Oct. 12 Michelle Angela Ortiz mural featured in permanent collection at the Kennedy Center’s expansion The REACH Latest works by Minoosh Aomorodinia Check out Heidi Boisvert’s latest blogs on […]

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THE BIWEEKLY / Art of Change 2019

  By Jamie Blosser, SFAI Executive Director Greetings! Welcome to The Biweekly – a new monthly addition to your inbox from SFAI. Each month The Biweekly will include reflections on what we do at SFAI and why, and exciting or challenging connections between our work, our community, and the world. This month I’m thinking about […]

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ART OF CHANGE / SEPTEMBER 6

  Video by Rua Film SFAI PRESENTS The Art of Change / Friday, September 6 A night of film, music, and art celebrating catalytic artists that change the world. Join us on September 6 for a provocative evening of music, art, conversation, and film! The evening will feature a pre-release film screening of the new […]

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SFAI In the World / August 2019

  Truth & Reconciliation 2018/2019 Lynnette Hazous Interviewed for the ABQ Show, see it here! Liz Burden on KXCI in Tucson   Equal Justice  2017/2018 Michelle Angela Ortiz’s latest short documentary Las Madres de Berks Ann Lewis exhibits Never Again is Now at Detroit Art Week Stephanie Dinkins will be speaking at the Speaking Truth Summit […]

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TRUTH & RECONCILIATION: A Group Exhibition / Resident Open Studios

TRUTH & RECONCILIATION: A Group Exhibition & Resident Open Studios September 27 / 5:30PM—7:30PM Curated by Toni L. Gentilli, SFAI Residency Director As our 2018-2019 thematic residency draws to a close, SFAI has assembled a multimedia exhibition of 13 artists in residence exploring notions of truth and the potential for reconciliation. The exhibiting artists come […]

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BLOG Ancestral Ink: Honoring Indigenous Tattoo Traditions

BLOG Ancestral Ink / Honoring Indigenous Tattoo Traditions by Ginger Dunnill Indigenous traditional tattooing has once again become a living culture and is playing a role in the re-indigenizing of native peoples throughout the world. The decision to wear a marking of the ancestors is a very personal one and comes with responsibility that requires […]

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