PROCESS Yukiyo Kawano

Yukiyo Kawano previously had to cancel this event in March, but we are thrilled to announce she has rescheduled for May 16! Process is an intimate monthly gathering that features a presentation by a SFAI Resident and a conversation about their work and process. May’s Process will feature Yukiyo Kawano, a third-generation hibakusha (atomic bomb […]

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SFAI In the World / April 2019

TRUTH & RECONCILIATION RESIDENTS 2018 / 2019 Niomi Fawn opens new location for Show Pony Gallery on Franklin in Santa Fe—Show Pony Gallery Call for Artists — 50 Years of Fight / 50 Years of Future — transgender, genderqueer, non-conforming, non-binary, FTM, MTF, gender-variants, et al artists! CREATIVE ACCESS FELLOWS 2017  Creative Access Fellow, Reveca Torres, participated in the creation of the SCI Artist Innovator […]

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Blog: Imagining an Ancient Western

When I first came to SFAI’s Truth & Reconciliation Residency to learn about the local history and write my film essay Muntu Child, I wasn’t fully aware — perhaps due to my fascination for the unfamiliar landscape —that New Mexico was the wild wild west of the old Hollywood films. The films that helped create […]

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Boundary Drawing Collaborative Exhibit

SFAI Greece Fulbright Fellow, Alex Simopoulos presents a week-long participatory installation at SFAI. Boundary Drawing is an ever-evolving installation and a participatory, experimental, mural design studio. This exhibit features works by local multidisciplinary artists Nani Chacon, Joerael Numina, Ehren Kee Natay, Lynnette Haozous, and Alas de Agua Art Collective and invites the public to respond to surfaces of tension, to question monuments, and to imagine new narratives through […]

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This Santa Fe LASER talk features Igor Vamos, the culture jamming, activist whose work is described as “The Business Week version of Punk’d.” (Times Out New York). Biocultura teams up with Santa Fe Art Institute to present the first Leonardo Art, Science, Evening Rendezvous (LASER) Talks of 2019 at Santa Fe Art Institute on Friday, […]

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Steven Yazzie Installation / J.W. Powell & Associates

SFAI is not for sale! This Steven Yazzie installation on the SFAI campus is part of the exhibition The Great Unknown: Artists at Glen Canyon and Lake Powell by New Mexico Museum of Art. J.W. Powell & Associates is an outdoor intervention project currently situated on public and private land. The project, which began in […]

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CALL/WALKS / Santa Fe Atomic Stories

  Santa Fe Art Institute partners with the City As Living Laboratory (CALL), to engage with six different communities on the first weekend of May nationwide. On May 4, eleven CALL/WALKS will be activated in six cities including Washington D.C., Baltimore, Santa Fe, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and New York City. The Santa Fe CALL/WALK, Atomic Stories, […]

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Book your stay in SFAI in April

Book your stay at SFAI through Airbnb during the month of April! Spend some time exploring Santa Fe and support SFAI’s mission at the same time. SFAI is a community inspired to create positive social change through creativity. Our beautiful facilities connect you to Santa Fe’s international art scene and the stunning New Mexico landscape. […]

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Blog: May you live in interesting times

“May you live in interesting times…” I’ve always found that saying to be strangely provocative –purportedly a curse, it has always seemed to me to be a challenge to engage with rather than a curse under which to cower. We are certainly living in interesting times! W.H. Auden said that “Poetry (and by extension, Art) […]

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SFAI In the World / March 2019

  TRUTH & RECONCILIATION RESIDENTS 2018 / 2019 Alex Simopoulos exhibits at Hors Pistes in Greenland New Mexico School for the Arts (NMSA), in partnership with SFAI Alumni Luanne Redeye, will host a 9th grade VA Drawing and Sculpture Exhibition on March 29 at SFAI

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