Saturday, September 24, 4:30pm-7:30pm
Much of Santa Fe’s modern design history has been overlooked — or erased — in favor of our romanticized notions about “who we are.” And not all stories of our design history get told.
Santa Fe has over 200 architects and even more multidisciplinary designers in the areas of branding, interiors, fashion, printmaking, and the arts. Many of these renowned designers are rooted in New Mexico, while others hail from around the world. Their work spans genres, generations, and cultures.
This event begins with a trip through twentieth century design in Santa Fe, followed by a panel conversation that explores what we’ve gained, what we’ve lost, and what we can harness from what we’ve learned — to lead us into a better designed, more sustainable, and more inclusive tomorrow—today.
4:30pm — Cocktail Reception
5:30pm — Welcome & Presentation Jamie Blosser, Executive Director, Santa Fe Art Institute / Rachel Preston Prinz, Director, The Ministry of Architecture
6:00-7:00pm — Panel Discussion Moderated by Shawn Evans, Architect, AOS Architects
7:00-7:30pm — Q&A
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Only registered attendees are guaranteed a seat—standing room only for unregistered attendees.
$10 suggested donation at the door.
Vaccination cards requested at the door.
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Host & Presenters
Host & Presenter
Executive Director, Santa Fe Art Institute
Rachel Preston Prinz
Architectural Historian. Writer. Curator. Filmmaker. Photographer. Speaker / Coach. Creative.