NEWS

Time’s as short as money for keeping college going

Santa Fe New Mexican Editorial Page 4/29/09 A task force on the College of Santa Fe, convened by Gov. Bill Richardson to try to salvage the troubled institution, has been meeting for a month. The group, of more than 30 members, is composed of public university administrators, elected officials, CSF students and teachers, finance experts […]

Continue Reading

Zane’s World | Santa Fe Reporter

Zane’s World Derring-Do or Derring-Don’t? By: Zane Fischer 04/27/2009 The College of Santa Fe is playing lead actress in a drama with a twist: It has become a comedy or, if you prefer, a farce. CSF is a damsel in distress if ever there was one, but she has been now lying on the train […]

Continue Reading

May 14, Memory Preserved: Sefarad Hidden and Revealed

Memory Preserved: Sefarad Hidden and Revealed 5/14 Concert, Readings & Panel Discussion, 6pm Tipton Hall $5 General Public, $2.50 students/seniors/SFAI members Santa Fe Art Institute in conjunction with Gaon Books presents an event remembering the Sephardic and Crypto-Jewish experience of New Mexico, featuring a concert by Vanessa Paloma with music from the Spanish colonial period […]

Continue Reading

May 12, Birds in the Park

Birds in the Park Installation SFAI (exterior, front entrance), May 12, 2009 9am – 5pm FREE Made from porcelain and printed with cobalt blue, these birds are, in a sense, carrier pigeons, carrying images and text related to war and peace side by side. Inherent to this work is the question, what kind of future […]

Continue Reading

David Maisel, May 11 Lecture, May 12 Portfolio Review

David Maisel Lecture Tipton Hall May 11, 2009 6pm $5 General Public, $2.50 students/seniors/SFAI members David Maisel Portfolio Review SFAI May 12, 2009 10am – 4pm Cost: 424-5050 info For more than twenty years, photographer David Maisel has chronicled the tensions between nature and culture in his large-scaled photographs of environmentally impacted landscapes. In the […]

Continue Reading

Santa Fe Art Institute: Beyond

John Sena | The New Mexican, 3/1/2009 – “Our deepest hope, and our first plan, is to stay where we are,” Karp said, referring to the possibility that a state university or college would honor the institute’s lease. “This building was designed for us and for our program.” If not, Karp said, the institute’s board […]

Continue Reading

SFAI on the radio, 12-08-08

Alfredo Jaar and Diane Karp interviewed by Mary Charlotte Domandi on Santa Fe radio KSFR 101.1 FM. Use the player below to hear the broadcast. Radio Café podcasts are available at http://www.santaferadiocafe.org/podcasts/

Continue Reading

May 4, Issa Nyaphaga Talk and Performance, 6pm Tipton Hall

SFAI Artist-in-Residence, Issa Nyaphaga, will give a talk about his work with the non-profit organization he founded, Hope International for Tikar People (HITIP). Following the talk, Nyaphaga will do a performative painting piece with the accompaniment of live, local musicians as part of his “Urban Way” philosophy. Issa Nyaphaga was born in Douala, Cameroon (central […]

Continue Reading