Upcoming Events

Past Events

Webinar: The Legacy of Kit Carson, an Indigenous Perspective
March 23, 2021

Featuring Indigenous educators Dr. Jennifer Denetdale (Diné) and Dr Porter Swentzell (Santa Clara Pueblo).

Webinar: Keep Santa Fe Multicultural
August 11, 2020

Keep Santa Fe Multicultural is a group of community members, including 3SC, who are working to keep the Multicultural mural in place at the Railyard. This mural, which is one of the few remaining public art pieces in the downtown area, is slated to be destroyed during the construction of the Vladem Contemporary Art Museum.

We have been in contact with the state regarding this project, as well as collecting community feedback regarding the mural, and public art in general. This is part of a larger problem in Santa Fe of gentrification and displacement. Please join us to get informed on the current status of this project and find out how you can get involved.

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Webinar: The Memory Project with Heidi Brandow
July 14, 2020

“The Memory Project” utilized demographic data as a means to critically analyze public art and memorials throughout Santa Fe, New Mexico. Data collected highlighted the disproportionately high colonial influence represented in public memorials which significantly diminished the history and people of regionally specific Indigenous cultures.

Heidi K. Brandow is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is commonly filled with whimsical characters and monsters that are often combined with words of poetry, stories, and personal reflections. Hailing from a long line of Native Hawaiian singers, musicians, and performers on her mother’s side and Diné storytellers and medicine people on her father’s side, she has found that her pursuit of a career in the arts was a natural progression.

Primarily working in painting, printmaking, and social-engagement mediums, Brandow’s work is centered on the inclusion of Indigenous people and perspectives, in the development of ethical and sustainable methods of creative engagement.

Webinar: Setting Boundaries with People You Love the Most
March 7, 2020

Celebrating the Removal of Racist Monuments in Santa Fe
March 7, 2020

MMIWGT2S Day of Awareness Virtual Run
May 3, 2020

Reclaiming Sovereignty: Live Screen Printing & Poster Making
March 7, 2020

Radical Self Love WoC Book Club Brunch
February 16, 2020

Preserve the Multi-cultural Mural Gathering
February 15, 2020

Indigenous Women’s Day at the Roundhouse
February 13, 2020

Public Reception with artist gallery talks
January 25, 2020

Come to the Table
January 21, 2020

An Evening with the Spirit Line CD
January 11, 2020

In Solidarity: Honoring our MMIWGT2S Relatives
August 16, 2019

Planting Seeds with Arts Alive!
July 23 & 25, 2019

A Vigil to End Human Detention Camps
July 12, 2019

Celebrating Art, Music, & Activism
June 29, 2019

Free Skirt Making Workshop
June 22, 2019

Free Empowerment Self-Defense Class
June 8, 2019

Day of Solidarity for MMIW/National Day of Awareness for MMIW
May 5, 2019

Indigenous Women’s Day/MMIW Memorial
March 1, 2019

Santa Fe Women’s March: Indigenous Contingent
Jan 19, 2019

Women’s March Sign Making Party
Jan 16, 2019

Indigenous Peoples Day March for MMIW
Oct 6, 2018

Women of Color Embodied Dance & Discussion
July 15, 2018

March For Our Lives Poster Making Party
March 22, 2018

Santa Fe Candlelight Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence
Feb 19, 2018

Peaceful Reclamation of Santa Fe
Oct 9, 2017