Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago
“We see moments of bravery, selflessness, comedy, warmth, pettiness, obliviousness, enlightenment, self-awareness, lack thereof, basically all the things that supposedly make reality TV enjoyable. Only this is reality that doesn’t make you hate yourself. It’s reality TV for the soul.” –Corvalis Advocate
a journey with six strangers, ages 3 to 73, from around the world as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot, with only a backpack, a pair of boots and an open mind. Driven by an inexplicable calling and a grand sense of adventure, each pilgrim throws themselves heart-and-soul into their physical trek to Santiago and, most importantly, their personal journey to themselves. (U.S., 2013, 84m, DCP)
Starts March 14
Director Lydia B. Smith In Person for Q&A Saturday, March 15 after 5:00p & 7:00p shows!!
ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE: Art, Science and Activism, a Panel Discussion
A panel discussion on artistic practice, environmental activism and the potential for environmentally-focused artwork to mobilize, ed- ucate and impact climate change policy. Featuring panelists: Bill Gilbert, Michelle Laflamme-Childs, Signal Fire, Acushla Bastiele, Bill Fox and organized by Talia Kosh of New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts.
Catchment by Cheri Ibes
Cheri Ibes is a Santa Fe-based installation artist whose experimental works subtly examine our relationship with the environment. Her temporary outdoor installation, Catchment, will be on view March 19-25 in front of the Munoz Waxman Gallery.
Art+Ice Pecha Kucha
How does ice show up in contemporary art? A group of artists working with ice, SCUBA, Cedra Wood, Marietta Leis and Cheri Ibes, present their art work in a fast-paced format followed by Q&A.
Friends of Architecture Santa Fe present If You Build It
“Inspiring … uplifting … celebrates just how much design can accomplish.” –Architectural Record
It’s one of America's most innovative classrooms, in one of the nation’s most impoverished towns. A group of high school students, under the tutelage of two innovative design-builders, learn to create their own structures, and then embark upon a building for the entire town. But it won’t be easy: resistance from the school board, racial tension and a series of natural disasters turn a goodwill project into a test of wills. Patrick Creadon (WORDPLAY, I.O.U.S.A) has created an indelible portrait of the importance of design and the power of perseverance. (U.S., 2013, Long Shot Factory, 84m)
7:00p Sunday, March 23 with Studio H's Matt Miller in person!!
The people behind San Francisco’s favorite restaurant, Dosa, are new to Santa Fe and have teamed up with CCA and SCUBA to produce a delicious event. Founders of Paper Dosa Chef Paulraj and his wife Nellie Devine present traditional South Indian dosas served with sambar (a spiced lentil stew), and delicious chutneys. Dinner will be served in the CCA main gallery, which currently features ICEPOP by SCUBA. Creative South Indian delights are served on SCUBA’s hand-made ceramicware. Take your unique plate home at the end of the night!
40% of proceeds go to CCA.
Making the Newspaper of Record
Artists from All the News Fit to Print come together on the closing day of the exhibition to discuss how the New York Times operates within their work, how news, newspaper, headlines, images, circulation, authority, and current events become muse and medium.