Florence was a student at UNM. She worked as an intern in SITE’s Education Department from September – December, 2014. These are her final reflections on her experience at SITE upon completing her internship.
I interned ... read more
As with every show, I was happy for Unsettled Landscapes to come to the end of its allotted run, though on this occasion, it was only from a desire for newness. Unlike with some shows ... read more
Marcus Zuniga was an intern in SITE’s External Affairs/Digital Media Department from September – December 2014. These are his final reflections on his experience at SITE upon completing his internship.
I first learned about SITE Santa Fe during ... read more
This week we’re featuring Chaz John, a SITE Scholar from the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA). Chaz is a Native artist with Nebraska Winnebago and Mississippi Band of Choctaw tribal affiliations, producing ... read more
Hector Poveda isn’t afraid to capture deeply painful emotions through his photographs, because he has lived through them. This SITE Scholar and sophomore at St. John’s College is a self-taught ... read more
Combining artistic talent with keen intellect, Robbie Sugg documents the overlooked. Through his painting and printmaking, this SITE Scholar breathes visibility into mundane ephemera. When some might throw ... read more
This week’s featured SITE Scholar is Anangookwe Wolf, an interdisciplinary artist in her senior year at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA). When describing the heart of her artistic inspiration, she said, “I can ... read more
It’s winter time again for the Northern Hemisphere. For many, winter time also marks the beginning of SAD. That’s Seasonal Affective Disorder, aka, Seasonal Depression, or Winter Depression. I grew up in upstate NY. There, the lake effect ... read more
In 2012, while attending the Maryland Institute College of Art, I enrolled in a performance workshop, co-taught by Joyce Scott. Joyce Scott is an incredible woman and artist. Her work lives in collections at the ... read more
As Eric-Paul Riege’s performance continues, he leaves the hooghan and begins to travel outside the museum walls.
Riege moves forward with wings flapping up and down, and metal aglets swaying. He no longer walks ... read more