IAIA Gallery Guide

Student Gallery Guides is similar in concept to the Zine Program, but is geared towards writing classes. Adjunct to SITE’s own curator-written gallery guides, students write their personal experiences, reviews, and reactions to works in a current exhibition. These are distributed and made available to all visitors who come to see the exhibitions at SITE.

2015

Santa Fe University of Art and Design Student Gallery Guide: SITE 20/20 FALL

Students in Julia Goldberg’s creative writing class at Santa Fe University of Art and Design respond to SITE Santa Fe’s exhibition, “SITE 20/20 FALL.”

2014

Unsettled Landscapes
Reflections of “Unsettled Landscapes,” from students of Julia Goldberg at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design.


Gallery Guide to Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art (SFUAD)
This guide is to Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art and was written by class members of Real Stories, a course offered at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design.

2013

The Function of Art: Design Wave
Students from the Institute of American Indian Arts discuss the function of art in response to “SITElab2: DesignLAB: Next Nest.”

 

Gallery Guide: State of Mind (SFUAD)
Content by Julia Goldberg’s writing students and Tony O’Brien’s photography students from the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, in response to three concurrent exhibitions at SITE Santa Fe: State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970, Linda Mary Montano: Always Creative, & Mungo Thomson: Time, People, Money, Crickets.

 

The Function of Art: State of Mind
“The Function of Art” by students at the Institute of American Indian Arts in a class called “Writing About Art” in response to exhibitions at SITE: “State of Mind,” “Linda Montano: Always Creative,” and “Mungo Thompson: Time, People, Money, Crickets.”

The Function of Art: More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness
“The Function of Art” by students of the Institute of American Indian Arts respond to the exhibit at SITE: “More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness.”

 

2012

Gallery Guide: More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness (SFUAD)
Students from Santa Fe University of Art and Design reflect on the SITE exhibit: “More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness.”

Gallery Guide: More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness (NMSA)
“More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness,” inspires texts by the students from The New Mexico School of the Arts.