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Foto Forum Santa Fe is a 501(c)3 non-profit that creates an artistic space to explore the current relationship between photography, storytelling, science, and technology through artist exhibitions, workshops, visiting artist lectures, research, and community outreach.

Erik Sanchez "Savage in the Studio" 2018 Archival Pigment Print

 FOTO FORUM SANTA FE 

WHAT: An Opening party for the First Annual Foto Forum Santa Fe Members Group Exhibition

WHERE: Foto Forum Santa Fe, 1714 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501. Free to the public.

WHEN: Exhibition runs from Friday January 3rd to January 31st, 2020 

Opening reception Friday, January 3rd from 5-7pm

Gallery Hours: Wednesday, Thursday - Friday from 1-5 pm, or by appointment

 

Foto Forum is happy to present our First Annual Members Exhibition. Please join us Friday January 3rd from 5-7pm for an opening for our First Annual 

Members Exhibition. Artists in the exhibition include Arista Slater-Sanchez, Paul Langland, Erik Sanchez, Meggan Gould, Kai McBride, Cody Brothers, Cougar Vigil, Aydi Ortiz, Harry Gamboa Jr., Dick and Wayne, Patrick Manning, Joel Orozco, Marina Eskeets, Lindsey Kennedy, Morgan Smith, Alyson Yacono, Christi Wiltenburg, Noah McLorine, Christina Dallas, Don Kirby, Patrick Manning, Kevin Bond, Zoe Nauman, Bill Daniel and David Eserfed.

Foto Forum Santa Fe aims to involve the community through workshops, visiting artist lectures, research, and community outreach. The gallery/photo studio, and darkroom is equipped with a wide array of cameras and processing equipment to produce alternative processes, like platinum palladium, wet plate, and cyanotype, as well as traditional b&w gelatin silver, and digital prints. Foto Forum Santa Fe is committed to educating and providing opportunities to photographers to experience many different forms of analog and digital photography both historical and current. Sage’s vision is to create a space where photographers can meet and work together to exchange ideas and processes of photography and visual story telling. Sage says, “I want to create a place in Santa Fe that is a center for new and exciting photography. New Mexico has a rich history of photography and photographers. Foto Forum Santa Fe will be a home to celebrate and expand photography in the 21st century that is alternative, community centered, and internationally connected.”

 

Foto Forum Santa Fe is a 501(c)3 non-profit that creates an artistic space to explore the current relationship between photography, storytelling, science, and technology through artist exhibitions, workshops, visiting artist lectures, research, and community outreach.