Written by Emily Franklin, Education and Outreach Intern for the Spring 2014 semester.
Digest This!, a first of its kind series of events here at SITE Santa Fe in conjunction with our current exhibition, Feast: Radical ... read more
Eva was an intern in the Fall of 2013 in SITE’s Education and Outreach department. Here is her reflection:
My Extremely Long-Overdue SITE Internship Reflection Essay
As an artist who has always worked in arts administration ... read more
SITE would like to issue a congratulations to our 2012-2013 SITE Scholar K.B. Jones as she was announced one of this year’s recipients of the International Travel Creative Research Awards by the Land of the American ... read more
Join us for February’s Last Friday Art Walk in the Railyard and visit FEAST: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art along with seven contemporary art galleries.
Board member Chuck Moore and his wife Barbara hosted a dinner Monday, February 24, 2014 for participants in several of SITE Santa Fe’s education programs. The three-course meal by Adobo Catering, accompanied by pre-dinner refreshments ... read more
During the fall of 2013, students from Nava Elementary visited SITE Santa Fe in conjunction with Warehouse 21 and the Farmer’s Market. These field trips were organized by the Santa Fe Railyard Stewards. Each week ... read more
Dharma interned in the External Affairs department at here at SITE in the fall of 2013. Here is her reflection:
On one of my first days working in the museum, I remember walking through the building. ... read more
Shelbie was an intern in SITE’s Education and Outreach department in the fall of 2013. Here is her reflection of her experience.
I am a senior at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, which means ... read more
Brandee Caoba, 2012/13 SITE Scholar, will be exhibiting her work at Zane Bennett Contemporary Art in the upcoming exhibition, Under 35: Part II. Caoba’s work incorporates acrylic medium transfers, painting, collage, printmaking, and photography in order ... read more
In early 2013 SITE’s Education Department collaborated with the Santa Fe Youth Development Program on a project in which the teens created heart-shaped piñatas that were filled with handwritten, positive affirmations (instead of candy). This ... read more