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Thank you for coming to
OFF THE RAILS:
SITE Santa Fe's Annual Benefit!
SITE Santa Fe was thrilled to present Kurt Vile and Terry Allen as headliners in our SOLD OUT concert in the Santa Fe Railyard Park last week, as well as a cocktail party, contemporary art auction, and curated dining experience. 

Thank you so much for celebrating art, music, and culture with us!
In light of the recent SCOTUS decision overturning Roe vs. Wade, SITE Santa Fe is processing, researching, and entering into conversations with artists, activists, and organizations in our community specializing in reproductive justice on how we can best support those impacted. Stay tuned for updates and please feel free to make suggestions.

In the present moment, we encourage each and every one of our supporters to donate to abortion funds in your area. The National Network of Abortion Funds can direct you to organizations that provide support near you. 
Coming Up Next...
Free to Move
Sat, July 2 - Sun, July 3
9am-9pm

Earthseed Black Arts Alliance presents a two-day mini-festival within Moving Southwest, celebrating Black Dance and culture through movement workshops, dance parties, discussion panels, film, a community altar, and slam poetry.

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Wednesday #LunchTalk
Reclaiming Narratives: Jeffrey Gibson and Nani Chacon in conversation
Wed, Jul 6, 12pm

Tune in on Facebook or Youtube for a fascinating discussion between exhibiting artists Nani Chacon and Jeffrey Gibson!

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New Orleans Comes to Santa Fe:
Dr. Michael White and the Original Liberty Jazz Band in Concert

Fri, Jul 8, 7pm

Senior professor of music at Xavier University, bandleader, composer, musicologist, and jazz historian Dr. Michael White and his seven-piece Original Liberty Jazz Band celebrate the great jazz of New Orleans in this special concert, presented in partnership with Santa Fe Music Collective and Outpost Productions.

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Intenciones
Sat, Jul 9, 5-7pm
Sun, Jul 10, 5-7pm

Moving Southwest presents dynamic live performance and Dance Cinema in partnership with SITE Santa Fe and the Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema.

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PechaKucha Night: Vol. 14 - MULTIPLICITY
Wed, Jul 13, 6pm

Creative Santa Fe presents the next in a series of inspiring events in 2022 discussing abundance, complexity, and being many through a variety of perspectives.

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An Excerpt from Can We Know the Sound of Forgiveness
Thurs, Jul 14, 7pm

Join us for first looks at a forthcoming stage performance by multidisciplinary collaborators James Drake, Benjamin Sáenz, Gabriela Ortiz, Shaun Leonardo, Alejandro Escuer, Steve Jiménez, Leila Hamidi, Terrie Sultan, Bill Megalos, Martirene Alcántara, and Matthew Loden.

The brief excerpt from the work-in-progress will be followed by a panel discussion and a reception with the artists.
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MilesSong: The Music of Miles Davis played by Michael Morreale
Fri, Jul 22, 7pm

New York Jazz trumpeter Michael Morreale presents a tribute to Miles Davis, performed through a selection of compositions spanning Davis’ long and iconic career, alongside fellow musicians Alex Murzyn, Bob Fox, Terry Burns, and John Trentacosta.

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Chatter
Sat, Jul 23, 10:30am

Chatter weaves together traditional and contemporary chamber music programs that include a reading by a poet of the morning.

This program will feature musicians David FelbergFelix Fan, and James Holland, as well as poet Olivia Romo.

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Innovative Thinker
Summer Speaker Series

Sponsored by the Gale Family Foundation
The New Era in (Re)Gathering: Priya Parker with Wendy Woon 
Tuesday, July 26 at 6:00 pm 

A Conversation with Anand Giridharadas,
author of WINNERS TAKE ALL:
Anand Giridharadas with Amy Whitaker

Thursday, July 28 at 6:00 pm
SITE Santa Fe’s Innovative Thinker Summer Speaker Series brings together high-profile visionaries to discuss thought-provoking, relevant, and complex cultural issues.

In 2022, SITE Santa Fe is thrilled to host two public conversations: Priya Parker with Wendy Woon, and Anand Giridharadas with Amy Whitaker. This series will cover poignant topics including interpersonal connection in the pandemic era and the vast inequities of the art world. 
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Innovative Thinker was established as an annual event to honor SITE Santa Fe’s former Director of Education, Juliet Myers. SITE Santa Fe is grateful to the Gale Family Foundation for their significant support of the Innovative Thinker Summer Speaker Series. 
On View On-SITE
Nani Chacon: SPECTRUM
On view through Sun, Aug 21

SPECTRUM is a new body of work by artist Nani Chacon, including 10 newly commissioned large-scale paintings and a survey of Chacon’s archive, that explores cultural repair and radical colonial resistance.
Explore the digital gallery guide to learn more about the artworks in this exhibition in English, Spanish, and ASL!
Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric
On view through 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. 
Summer Hours
SITE Santa Fe is thrilled to open our doors for an additional day this summer!

The museum will be open Thurs-Mon 10am-5pm, with extended hours on Fridays, through Sept 5
Face masks are now optional at SITE Santa Fe.

Museum admission continues to be free thanks to the generous support of The Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston and SITE Santa Fe Business Council.
Community News
SPONSORED

The Santa Fe Opera presents:
The Barber of Seville

 
This classic comedy returns in a whimsical new production by Stephen Barlow, springing from Gioachino Rossini’s ebullient music with playful energy.
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Job Opportunities
SITE Santa Fe is seeking SITE Guides to activate the galleries, engage with visitors, give tours, support events hosted at the museum, and learn about current and upcoming exhibitions directly from exhibiting artists and curators. 

SITE Santa Fe is seeking an Exhibitions Coordinator to support the Exhibition Manager with logistics associated with exhibition programming at SITE Santa Fe including the loan, transport, care and installation of all artworks presented in exhibitions. The Exhibitions Coordinator also supports the Curator with exhibition research, organization, administration, and planning of exhibitions, and acts as an additional liaison for visiting artists and curators. This person collaborates with other departments including External Affairs, Facilities, Visitor Services, and Education. 
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Thank You!
Our work is made possible by the generous support of 100 Women Who Care; 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.
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Kurt Vile and Terry Allen in concert, photo by Shayla Blatchford; Tigre Bailando, Screen still from Mask Performance, photo by Michael Miller; Vincente Griego and La Emi of Emi Arte Flamenco, image courtesy of the Museum of Dance; PechaKucha Night graphic courtesy of Creative Santa Fe; Can We Know The Sound of Forgiveness graphic courtesy of Leila Hamidi;  MilesSong album artwork courtesy of Michael Morreale; Priya Parker photographed by Adam Ferguson, courtesy of Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau; Anand Giridharadas photo courtesy of Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau; Nani Chacon photographed installing SPECTRUM at SITE Santa Fe by Minesh Bacrania for New Mexico Magazine; Brandee Caoba photographed by Shayla Blatchford for Southwest ContemporaryFour Genders Were Born..., 2022 (detail) by Nani Chacon; Jeffrey Gibson, Pahl Lee, 2021 Mixed Media (detail), image courtesy of the artist and Kavi Gupta, Photographer: John Lusis; Jeffrey Gibson in studio courtesy of Jeffrey Gibson's studio; Multiple works installed in Nani Chacon: SPECTRUM at SITE Santa Fe, photographed by Shayla Blatchford.




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