Fundraiser & Pop-Up Exhibition Miriam Sagan’s Poetry Yard, Santa Fe
Ana MacArthur, Ahni Rocheleau, Chrissie Orr, Frances Whitehead, Toni Gentilli, Hilary Lorenz
FUNDRAISER EVENTSeptember 30, 4:30-6:30pm
POP-UP EXHIBITIONOctober 1 & 2, 11-5pm (free)
ecoartspace invites you to experience site-works by six ecoartspace artists for our three day pop-up exhibition at member Miriam Sagan‘s private poetry yard in Santa Fe. We will be serving drinks and appetizers, and there will be seating to listen to the artists talk about their work.
Suggested donation is $50-$100 per person
Donations will go toward the printing of two ecoartspace publications; a second edition of our annual exhibition book for 2021, Embodied Forest; and our upcoming 2022, Earthkeepers Handbook.
On September 21st Tim and I will be demoing suminagashi as part of the SFCC & IAIA joint open houses. Find us at Santa Fe Community College from 12-2:30 in the 700 block! Lots of other cool events will be happening as well, from tintypes to 3-D printing. See the full schedule here.
The CURRENTS: Circuits New Media Festival is coming up! You can buy festival passes in advance by becoming a member for $5 a month. There will be A LOT to see this year, at 4 different sites across Santa Fe!
Maternal Mitochondria has been invited to be the featured artists for the month of May at the Southside library branch! Please join us for book arts, snacks, and secret poetry.
Lending Library of the Invisible—a book arts show Maternal Mitochondria—Miriam Sagan & Isabel Winson-Sagan Southside Library 6599 Jaguar Drive Santa Fe, New Mexico Opening—May 6, 4-6 pm Show up till May 31, 2022 Artists will be in residence 11 am-1 pm on May 17 and May 24, 2022.
*** We hope to see you, even if Southside seems far away! Come say hi, and help add to our interactive artwork,“What Am I Hiding and What Do I Hope For?,” which asks visitors to hang their own answers on sculptural trees or put them in slot boxes.
There will be grab and go snacks. And you can visit Southside’s Seed Library, bookstore, or even return those overdue books!
For my birthday, I’m asking for donations to Currents New Media. I’m a new member of their board of directors (!), and they face some unique challenges this year, since the festival will not be returning to their previous location at El Museo. The hunt for the perfect new spot (or several spots) is underway! This will probably involve hiring more staff than in previous years, as well as more complex logistics, due to covid precautions.
For those who don’t know, the Currents New Media festival has been taking place in Santa Fe for the last ten years. It is an international festival that seeks to showcase some of the best and most innovative combinations of technology and art. I joined the board because I’m basically just a huge fangirl of the festival and I wanted to be involved in some way.
Here is a little bit more about them, or you can check out the website:
Parallel Studios, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has been producing, curating, and designing small- and large-scale video exhibitions in Santa Fe since 2002. In 2010, we launched CURRENTS NEW MEDIA as an annual, citywide event. The festival brings together the work of established and emerging new media artists, from New Mexico, the United States, and across the world for events showcasing interactive and non-interactive installations, multimedia performances, VR and AR environments, single channel video, animation, experimental documentary, web based/app art forms, robotics and 3D printing. Parallel Studios reaches out to local high and middle school students through its Youth Media Makers Program.
Facebook pays all the processing fees for you, so 100% of your donation will go to Parallel Studios.