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SITE Santa Fe is FREE and open to the public:

Sunday 10am - 5pm
*NEW* Monday 10am - 5pm 
Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 7pm 
Saturday 10am - 5pm
*SITE Santa Fe will close at 5pm on Fri, Sept 2.
Museum admission continues to be free thanks to the generous support of The Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston and SITE Santa Fe Business Council.

Face masks are optional.
*We're hiring! SITE Santa Fe is seeking a Visitor Services Associate, Public Events Coordinator, SITE Guide, and Custodian. Learn more about each position and how to apply at
Upcoming Events
Members Exhibition Preview
Mon, Aug 29, 5:30pm

Join SITE Santa Fe Phillips Executive Director Louis Grachos and Curator Brandee Caoba for a Members-only preview of upcoming fall and winter exhibitions at SITE Santa Fe, including Rebecca Ward, Shirin Neshat, Max Cole, and Billie Zangewa! 
*This free event is open to SITE Santa Fe Members only. 
Not a Member yet? Learn more and join here!
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Rebecca Ward: distance to venus
Opening Thurs, Sept 1, 5-8pm

Celebrate the opening of this solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Rebecca Ward. Music by singer- songwriter Ailani, food by Jambo, and drinks by Altar Spirits
In this exhibition, Ward employs her signature deconstructed canvases to trace the transformative phases of pregnancy and position the changing body in relationship to landscape, mathematics, and celestial phenomena.
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The Barber of Seville

Rossini’s ebullient music returns in a new production by Stephen Barlow.

On View On-SITE
Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric
Closing Sun, Sept 11

The Body Electric, a solo exhibition spanning Gibson’s multi-decade practice, features painting, sculpture, and installation, as well as newly commissioned works. 
Explore the exhibition digital gallery guide in English, Spanish, or ASL!
The Body Electric is made possible through the generous support of the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation. 
Upcoming Collaborations
Jazz at SITE Santa Fe

In collaboration with Santa Fe Music Collective, SITE Santa Fe presents a monthly evening of live jazz performances by some of the most talented musicians around.
Fri, Aug 26, 7pm

Fri, Sept 9, 7pm

The most in-demand tenor saxophone player in Northern New Mexico, Alex Murzyn pays tribute to John Coltrane, accompanied by Bob Fox on piano, Terry Burns on bass, and John Trentacosta on the drums. 

Two jazz masters of two distinct generations, Emmet Cohen and Albert “Tootie” Heath, come together to play timeless music spanning their fifty-year age difference.

Chatter weaves together traditional and contemporary chamber music programs with poetry readings in the morning.
Sat, Aug 27, 10:30am

Sat, Sept 10, 10:30am
This program will feature compositions by Benjamin Britten and Carl Maria von Weber, music by James Shields, Rosebud Quartet, Aaron Schwebel, Sheila Jaffé, Keith Hamm, Leana Rutt, and spoken word by Donald Levering.

This program will feature compositions by W.A. Mozart, Kevin Puts, and Francis Poulenc, music by Ruxandra Marquardt and Judith Gordon, and spoken word by Jessica Helen Lopez.
See you soon!
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Thank You!
Our work is made possible by the generous support of Anne Embree Foundation; Avalon Trust; The Brown Foundation Inc. of Houston; Century Bank; City of Santa Fe Arts Commission; City of Santa Fe Children and Youth Commission; Gale Family Foundation; The Hayes Foundation; Institute of Museum and Library Services; LANL Foundation; Lannan Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; National Endowment for the Humanities; New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs; Robert Rauschenberg Foundation; Santa Fe Opera, Terra Foundation, Thornburg Investment Management; and Thoma Foundation.
Copyright © 2021 SITE Santa Fe, All rights reserved.
SITE Santa Fe image by SHoP Architects; Billie Zangawa, A Vivid Imagination, image courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, and London; Max Cole, Thebes, 1991, image courtesy of Charlotte Jackson Fine Art and the artist; Rebecca Ward, ordinary frequency, photo courtesy of the artist; Shirin Neshat, Land of Dreams installation photos by Toni Hafkenscheid; Rebecca Ward, sinewave, photo courtesy of the artist; Barber of Seville image courtesy of the Santa Fe Opera; Jeffrey Gibson, Pahl Lee, 2021 Mixed Media (detail), image courtesy of the artist and Kavi Gupta, Photographer: John Lusis; SITE Santa Fe photographed by Brandon Soder.

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