Francisca Benitez engages directly with the public, creating programming and presentations based on interaction. For her SITE Center project for much wider than a line, Benitez connects the Deaf community of Santa Fe with the contemporary art world at SITE by instigating collaborative programming.
The second exhibition in the series brings works representing a variety of mediums, all made by artists living and creating in Santa Fe. See art by Caity Kennedy, Matrin Rixe, Chase Stafford and more.
The underground spot pours the strongest drinks and hosts an evening of electronic music, projection art and old school video games.
The story of trans man Fernando Reyes' life unwinds on the stage before you in Alix Hudson's historical fiction play. Directed by Malcom Morgan.
Two bands who share a member and a reverence for traditional Balkan music perform together in a night of alt-folk heaven.
Ron Romanovsky and Hillary Schacht are the band and they play a mix of indie and folk rock.
See the community group perform a program featuring Brahms' Symphony No 2 and Beethoven's Egmont Overture with students from the Aspen Magnet School's band.
Composed by Performance Santa Fe's artistic director Joseph Illick, the opera tells the apocalyptic story, set 25 years in the future, of Wyatt and Meridian, lovers who have amnesia due to a viral pandemic. If you missed this the first time, here's your chance.
Learn about the art and science of sound in this four-hour workshop led by Volk, a producer and poet.
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