“Projecting Gratitude,” the first project by Projecxions, a collaboration of Santa Fe artists, is scheduled for Saturday, June 5, 2021, and will light up a wall at Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center.
The innovative one-evening video and light project has been created by artist and gallerist, Angel Wynn
of 7 Arts Gallery, and artists and photographers, Janet O’Neal and Susan Latham. The unique video installation has been created in gratitude for Santa Fe’s essential workers and first responders who were called to serve at such a critical time and responded with dedication and bravery.
Projecting Gratitude will start on the evening of Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 8:45pm and will be on display until 11pm. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
This year’s Traditional Spanish Market on the Santa Fe Plaza and surrounding streets is a go for Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25. There will not be a preview or awards competition this year, however. Learn more about this year’s market here. This market was first held in Santa Fe in 1926. Rigorous standards were developed to ensure that Spanish Market artists participated in regional Hispanic heritage and they were juried into art categories that represent the established traditional … Read More
Torii Ippo (1930 – 2011) began his career in bamboo arts at the age of 20. This exhibition is a retrospective, showcasing twelve masterworks, including Torii’s first Nitten submission, Bond, 1981, and the last piece he completed, Spring Tide, which was posthumously exhibited in the Modern Craft Artists Exhibition in 2012. Torii’s work is in collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens; De Young Museum; Asian Art … Read More
CURRENTS New Media, Santa Fe’s annual art and technology festival, is back this summer with a hybrid exhibition of online and in-person work from June 18 – 27, 2021. The onsite exhibition will take place at the Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe, which is their year-round gallery space on Canyon Road (Currents 826) and throughout the Santa Fe Railyard. These exhibitions feature more than 30 new media works from artists across the globe, including interactive installations, augmented reality & … Read More