Addison is a student at Antioch College. She worked at SITE in the Education and Outreach Department as an intern during the Spring of 2014. Here are her final reflections about her experience ... read more
SITE Santa Fe is excited to welcome its summer interns!
From left to right we would like to introduce:
Brandon Birkey, studying at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, is an intern in both ... read more
Since April 2013, SITE Santa Fe has been administering a weekly art program for teens of the Santa Fe Youth Development Program in an effort to provide participants with a creative outlet. The week of ... read more
Fresh Art International (FAI) is an evolving new media platform that taps into a world of amazing resources. FAI presents Fresh Talk, audio podcasts featuring conversations with contemporary artists, curators, designers, architects, musicians, composers, writers ... read more
Ryan Miller was a Young Curator during the school-year of 2013-2014. He recently completed his freshman year at Santa Fe High School. Here is his reflection: The Young Curators are a group of intelligent and creative ... read more
Angelica Mozzillo was a Young Curator during the school-year of 2013-2014. She graduated last May from the Academy for Technology and the Classics. Here is her Reflection:
The Young Curators was a fantastic way to ... read more
The Young Curators’ Ice Cream Social was reviewed in the Santa Fe New Mexican’s youth section, “Generation Next.” You can read their review here. We are so proud of the Young Curators, and are excited ... read more
This zine was made by Cory Shapiro’s English as a Second Language class expressing their appreciation of Celaya’s artwork and an interview the students held with him.
“I Remember” is a zine of De Vargas Middle School ESL students’ reflections on their childhood as a response to Enrique Martínez Celaya’s “The Pearl.”
Emily was an intern in the Education and Outreach Department in the Spring of 2014. Here is her reflection: Had you asked me two years ago if I thought I would work as a 22-going-on-23-year-old-college-graduate-unpaid-intern, I ... read more