Aug. 29, 2015
Home / Events / Art Openings / Earth Chronicles Project

Earth Chronicles Project

6 pm, Apr 15, 2013 | $10 general admission; $5 students & seniors
 

At 122 years of age, film is still the new kid on the art block. Documentaries explore the established forms of painting, literature, music and dance. But in a clever role reversal, the Santa Fe Art Institute presents a series of artistic events inspired by a doc. The series, Earth Chronicles Project, The Artist’s Process: New Mexico, begins with a screening and Q&A session of the documentary by the same name. A uniquely New Mexico project, The Earth Chronicles movie follows the artist, film producer and exhibit curator Fran Hardy.  A section of Hardy’s work on native plants and trees is also on display. In addition to the screening and exhibit, SFAI offers a fun workshop on writing poetry about sunset, a time they say is “resplendent with the deep beauty of evening.”



Where: Santa Fe Art Institute
Phone: 505-424-5050
Address:
1600 St. Michael's Drive
Santa Fe, NM
87505
Website: http://www.sfai.org/index2.html

 

Other events in Art Openings

Arte de Descartes XV

Saturday, Aug 29, 2015
This 15th annual juried, recycled art show features artwork made from 90% recycled materials. Through Sept. 12
4-7 pm | free

Stables Gallery

133 Paseo del Pueblo Norte
Taos
Map

Cause & Effect

Wednesday, Sep 02, 2015
Photos from James Balog, Daniel Beltrá, Wyatt Gallery and more that explore the effects of anthropogenic climate change. 
5:30 pm | free

Verve Gallery of Photography

219 E Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Navigating the Unknown

Thursday, Sep 03, 2015
Catherine Molland displays her figurative paintings, which feature ancient themes with a modern twist. Through Sept. 15
5-7 pm | free

Jean Cocteau Cinema

418 Montezuma Ave.
Map

Photos

 

Also At Santa Fe Art Institute

There are currently no other events listed at Santa Fe Art Institute
comments powered by Disqus
 

This Week's SFR Picks

Newsletters

* indicates required
Choose your newsletter(s):

Special Issues

 

 
Close
Close
Close