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General Operating Support (2009) Santa Fe Art Institute

Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM


The exhibition series explores the role art plays in the formation and preservation of societal or individual memory through the work of many outstanding visiting lecturers and workshop leaders including photographer Gay Block, realist painter Rackstraw Downes, photographer David Maisel, draftsman & sculptor James Drake, musician/artist Laurie Anderson, art critic Blake Gopnik, blacksmith Tom Joyce, sculptor Susan York, photographer Susan Meiselas, and filmmaker Godfrey Reggio. In addition, the SFAI hosted an installation work, “Utopia,” by Cuban artist Roberto Diago. Artists Downes and York are both represented in Lannan’s art collection.

The Santa Fe Art Institute received a grant in support of general operating costs for its 2009-2010 programming and exhibition series, Memory: Shadow and Light—Art as individual/collective memory.