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Artist Talk: JeeYeun Lee

JeeYeun Lee is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and activist based in Chicago, whose practice explores place, labor, language, colonization, and social issues. She uses both research and intuition to reveal dynamics of power and connection, looking at systemic violences and their histories as well as what exceeds and escapes them. She has worked with social […]

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Blog: Buffalo Fire Women Project

“Grandma’s Pottery,” photo taken and titled by Tasha Nelson, Santa Clara Pueblo In March 2017, I received a letter from the Fulbright Foundation in Greece, asking me to sign a “Grant Agreement.” I had to read it twice or more to realize what it meant, and even then I still could not believe it was […]

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SFAI In the World / November 2018

  TRUTH & RECONCILIATION ARTISTS 2018 / 2019  Equal Justice Resident, Ann Lewis, exhibits at Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the UNM as part of Gun Violence: A Brief Cultural History, a recent KUNM radio discusses the exhibit along with special guest and Truth & Reconciliation Artist, Nora Wendl Michelle Angela Ortiz unveils Phase 2 of Familias Separadas […]

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Story Maps Fellowship Exhibition

The 2018 Story Maps Fellows have been working with the following four city departments over and mentors over the last 10 months to develop their individual community projects. The culmination of these works will be exhibited at SFAI November 30—December 21, with an opening on November 30 from 5pm – 7:30pm. Exhibition hours are 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday. […]

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SFAI140 / NOVEMBER 2018

  SFAI140 is a dynamic 140-second presentation platform highlighting the inspiration and work of 20 artists-in-residence and community leaders. This SFAI signature event is held 3 times a year in March, July, and November, each event welcoming a new group of presenters from diverse disciplines and community organizations. SFAI140 is also an opportunity to view […]

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WISC Fellows Presentation / Megan Heeres

  WHO WISC Fellow-in-Residence Megan Heeres WHAT WISC Fellow-in-Residence and SFAI Water Rights Alumni, Megan Heeres, talks about the Invasive/Unwanted Paper Project which uses nuisance and invasive plants to make paper. WHEN Thursday November 8, 2018 at 5:30pm WHERE Santa Fe Art Institute Women’s International Study Center thanks Santa Fe Art Institute for their collaboration in producing this event. To register, visit […]

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An Evening with Nell Painter & Open Studios

Nell Painter, esteemed professor and author of The History of White People, will talk about her new book, Old in Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over, and will engage in conversation with SFAI Truth and Reconciliation artists. Current artists-in-residence will open their studios for public viewing before and after the talk. To register, click on […]

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Blog: A Note from the Director

Sometimes current events, even local events, can feel massively abstract, and their reverberations in our lives can feel tiny, inconsequential. And sometimes events, though thousands of miles away, can feel devastatingly relevant and even heartbreaking. As I write this, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court by a Senate vote of 50-48. Though this […]

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SFAI In the World / October 2018

  TRUTH & RECONCILIATION ARTISTS 2018 / 2019  Andrea Chung’s The Mess You Made exhibition is open through November 18 at Hawthorne Contemporary   EQUAL JUSTICE ARTISTS 2017 / 2018  Highlights from Shaun Leonardo’s performance at the Guggenheim Alicia Inez Guzman, receives a Fulcrum Fund grant to start a collective for QTPOC artists Portrait of the […]

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Dawnland Film Screening

  New Mexico PBS and Santa Fe Art Institute Present a Free Preview Screening of Dawnland A documentary by By Adam Mazo and Ben Pender-Cudlip, Dawnland tells the story of the first government-sanctioned truth and reconciliation commission in the U.S., investigating the devastating impact of Maine’s child welfare practices on Native American communities. With intimate access to this […]

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