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Vague Communication | Exhibition by Robin Ossentjuk

VAGUE COMMUNICATION, NEW WORK BY ROBIN OSSENTJUK | RECEPTION NOVEMBER 3 | 5-7PM | SANTA FE ART INSTITUTE   VAGUE COMMUNICATION Each work in Vague Communication is a direct result of a specific emotion. The making of these paintings is a translation of my emotion and their creation as a cathartic act. Every painting mixes […]

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Story Maps Fellowship Program

  STORY MAPS FELLOWSHIP 2018-2019 Story Maps is a fellowship program that mentors young, local, creative leaders of color in community engagement. Funded in part by The Ford Foundation, the program runs from February – November, 2018. Applications for the 2018 Story Maps Fellowship Year are now closed. Please check back next summer about applying for […]

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Equal Justice Residents

SANTA FE ART INSTITUTE MISSION We cultivate creative leadership and invest in community, culture, and place to re-imagine a more equitable world. VISION & VALUES We are artists, innovative thinkers, and engaged citizens working at the intersection of the arts and social justice. We believe in artists as leaders and catalysts to effect positive social […]

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Workshop: Equity in Exhibition Design

  Workshop: Creating Equity through Exhibition Design with Veronica Jackson of the Jackson Design Group 1-4PM | October 21 | At Santa Fe Art Institute Join us for a presentation & work session exploring techniques in creating equity through exhibition design. The first portion of the workshop outlines the process of developing an exhibition by examining the life […]

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Workshop: Community Building with the Theater of the Oppressed

  Re-Writing the Declaration: An introduction to Community Building with the Theater of the Oppressed A Workshop with Quenna Lené Barrett from the University of Chicago | Saturday November 11th, 1:00pm-4:00pm This workshop entails writing, discussion, and embodied activities using methods for community building and positive transformation based on the Theater of the Oppressed (T.O.). Participants […]

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Creating Diversity & Inclusion in Monuments: A Dialogue with Robert Garcia

Creating Diversity & Inclusion in Monuments: A Dialogue with Robert Garcia, Founding Director of The City Project 7-830PM | OCTOBER 12 | AT SFAI How do monuments reflect society and our collective narratives? Robert Garcia, civil rights attorney and Founding Director of The City Project, will address how civil rights and community based strategies can promote […]

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SFAI Blog: The Fight for Our Existence, A Letter to Rebel Artists

BY ROBERT GOMEZ HERNANDEZ, SFAI DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS It knocked me to the floor. There I was, a fourteen year old Mexican American boy wearing baggy pants, on the pipeline to becoming another Chicano statistic of poverty, gangs, and substance abuse. I was in the castle of Chapultepec in Mexico City, and I […]

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Kingian Nonviolence Training

Kingian Nonviolence Training: Introductory Training Led by Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr. & Jonathan “Globe” Lewis October 27-28  |  9AM-6PM  |  At SFAI  |  Register at SCLCNM.ORG Join the Southern Christian Leadership Conference New Mexico Chapter at SFAI for a  2-day introductory training to Kingian Nonviolence philosophy and methodology. The training will be lead by Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr. […]

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Equal Justice Residents by Bio

A-F      |      G-N      |      O-Z Adele Balderston Adele Balderston is a place-based storyteller from Kailua, Hawai‘i. Working at the intersection of geography, art and activism, Adele promotes awareness of socio-spatial inequality through mapping and interaction with urban environments. She holds an MA in Geography from Hunter College […]

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SFAI Presents the Weather Underground: A Night of Radical Imagination

A Night of Radical Imagination: The Weather Underground’s Bernardine Dohrn and Bill Ayers in Conversation with SFAI’s Equal Justice Residents September 24th | 6-8PM | At the James A. Little Theater at the New Mexico School for the Deaf | 1060 Cerrillos Rd Book Signing to Follow Presentation Join SFAI for a night of Radical Imagination featuring two of “America’s […]

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