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THIS WEEK!
NEXT WEEK, SITE Santa Fe’s Innovative Thinker Summer Speaker Series will bring together accomplished, cross-disciplinary thinkers to discuss thought-provoking, relevant, and complex cultural issues.

In 2022, SITE Santa Fe is thrilled to host two public conversations: one on interpersonal connection in the pandemic era with Priya Parker and Wendy Woon, and the other on the vast income inequity in the art and nonprofit worlds with Anand Giridharadas and Amy Whitaker. These events will not be filmed, so get tickets to make sure you can participate in-person!
The New Era in (Re)Gathering:
Priya Parker with Wendy Woon 


Tuesday, July 26, 6:00 pm 



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


Thursday, July 28, 6:00 pm



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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. 
August #OnSITE
Lady Shug presents a Celebration of Queer Indigenous Kinship

Sat, Aug 6, 6-8:30pm
6-7pm: Cocktail Party

*SITE Santa Fe Members only, 21+
7:30pm: Drag Performances
*Free and open to the public

SITE Santa Fe is thrilled to present a very special evening of performance art curated and hosted by Diné two-spirit artist, Lady Shug
Become a SITE Santa Fe Member to experience the full evening!
 
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The Mountain Center Open House
Thurs, Aug 11, 4-7pm

Join us to celebrate artist Nani Chacon's mural, After the Winter, at The Mountain Center with food, drink, music, rock climbing, and art activities for the whole family.
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SITE-Specific Performance by Raashan Ahmad
Fri, Aug 12, 6pm

DJ Raashan Ahmad responds to The Body Electric in a site-specific set. This event is free and open to the public, no pre-registration required.
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Performance by Sarah Ortegon
Thurs, Aug 18, 6pm

Renowned jingle dress dancer Sarah Ortegon, who is featured in The Body Electric, will perform at SITE Santa Fe for Indian Market weekend. Free admission, no advanced registration required.
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Zoon LIVE in Concert
Fri, Aug 18, 7:30pm

Zoon, the musical moniker of musician Daniel Monkman, will perform his trance-inducing, genre-bending music live at SITE Santa Fe for Indian Market. 
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SITE-Specific Performance by Laura Ortman 
Mon, Aug 22, 7:30pm

Join us in the galleries for a performance by musician and composer Laura Ortman inspired by themes in Nani Chacon: SPECTRUM.
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Upcoming Collaborations
Jeffrey Gibson Cinema Selections at CCA

In partnership with SITE Santa Fe, the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) presents a series of screenings curated by artist Jeffrey Gibson that showcase Native and Indigenous voices across the globe in both classic and contemporary film.
Drunktown's Finest (2014)
Center for Contemporary Art Cinema
Sat, Jul 30, 5pm
The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open (2019)
Center for Contemporary Art Cinema
Sat, Aug 6, 5pm
 
Bedevil (1993)
Center for Contemporary Art Cinema
Sat, Aug 13, 5pm
The Exiles (1961)
Center for Contemporary Art Cinema
Sat, Aug 20, 5pm

*Conversation with Jeffrey Gibson to follow.
 
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Chatter

Chatter weaves together traditional and contemporary chamber music programs with poetry readings in the morning.
Sat, Aug 13, 10:30am
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Sat, Aug 27, 10:30am
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This program will feature new work by composer Raven Chacon, music by Melissa Peña, James Shields, and James Holland, and spoken word by Harrison Fletcher.

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.
Community News
NMSA senior's [and SITE Santa Fe intern's] art on national display after winning Congressional competition
Jessica Pollard for the Santa Fe New Mexican

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USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice Best Arts District 2022
USA Today

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The Barber of Seville
This classic comedy with a playful energy that springs from Rossini’s ebullient music returns to the Santa Fe Opera in a whimsical new production by Stephen Barlow. GET TICKETS

From the Santa Fe Opera:
Figaro, Figaro, FI-GA-RO! The Count is in love with Rosina, but how will he win her love? How will she escape the clutches of her guardian, Doctor Bartolo? With the assistance of Figaro, the Barber of Seville, of course!

Falstaff
Verdi’s famous comedic masterpiece comes to life in a new Santa Fe Opera production. GET TICKETS
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.
See you soon!
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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.
Copyright © 2021 SITE Santa Fe, All rights reserved.
The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya Parker, image courtesy of Patricia Wall for The New York Times; WINNERS TAKE ALL: The Elite Charade of Changing the World by Anand Giridharadas, image courtesy of Porchlight; Lady Shug photographed by Cole Witter; After the Winter, mural by Nani Chacon; Still from Jeffrey Gibson, SHE NEVER DANCES ALONE, 2020; Zoon photo courtesy of Daniel Monkman; Laura Ortman photographed by Frank Schramm; Still from Drunktown's Finest (2014); Still from The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019); Still from Bedevil (1993); Still from The Exiles (1961); NMSA student Vanezia Aguayo photo by Gabriela Campos for The New Mexican; Santa Fe Railyard photo courtesy of Tourism Santa Fe; Figaro image courtesy of the Santa Fe Opera; Four 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; Multiple works installed in Nani Chacon: SPECTRUM at SITE Santa Fe, photographed by Shayla Blatchford.




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