The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way each of us lives our lives. Facing the loss of loved ones, financial uncertainty, and the interruption of events and activities that were once sources of joy, comfort, and community in this new reality, SITE Santa Fe is committed to continuing to provide educational resources for our community.
SITE’s Distance Learning Program offers free set educational tools, including workbooks for elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as art activities and videos.
With a workbook for each of the artists in Displaced: Contemporary Artists Confront the Global Refugee Crisis, these distance learning resources explore topics such as art, geography, history, social studies, and more as they relate to the artists and artwork in the exhibition.
Please find the Distance Learning workbooks available for download below.
New! Santa Fe Community Educators Network Workbook
Guadalupe Maravilla (El Salvador, US) presents works that draw on his own personal migratory history and displacement. His work incorporates his pre-colonial Central American ancestry, personal mythology, and autobiographical story-telling.
English: Elementary / Middle / High
Español: Primaria / Intermedia / Secundaria
Hew Locke (UK/Guyana) presents two large-scale murals of Greek and Mexican Refugee Shares from the early 20th century along with several of his recent boat sculptures evoking ocean crossings of migrants over the centuries.
Harriet Bart (US) and Yu-Wen Wu (Taiwan/US) present Leavings/Belongings, an installation partially created in partnership with New Mexico-based immigrants and refugees.
SITE has hosted tons of great artist workshops and projects over the years, many of which document thoughtful art projects you can do at home! We invite you to check out the following curated list of activities.