The goal of Santa Fe’s Culture, History, Arts, Reconciliation, and Truth (CHART) resolution is bigger than determining the fate of the plaza obelisk.
Earthseed Black Arts Alliance New Mexico aims to build community for Black artists in Santa Fe, and highlight their contributions to the city and its history.
Currently, New Mexico ranks 50th in the US for self-response to the 2020 census. Each individual who is counted in the census brings in $37,500 for the state over the course of 10 years.
Reimagined for the COVID-19 era, this year’s entirely virtual monthlong Indian Market is ushering in a new era for SWAIA and many Native artists.
Windows On the Future, which spans Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos, aims to re-energize commercial districts that have slowed down due to COVID-19.
A monument to Union soldiers who fought in the Civil War against “savage” Indians is now the site of a community art project organized by the Santa Fe Arts and Culture Department, in which city residents are invited to “create messages of reconciliation.”