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Calling all artists who identify as Indigenous, Black, or Persons of Color!!!
In 2020, SFAI seeks two Story Maps fellows. The 9-month fellowship will focus on the Built for Zero (BFZ) initiative, which is a national movement to end homelessness and that the City of Santa Fe joined in December 2018.
The Story Maps Fellowship offers a $25,000 stipend, SFAI studio space, and workspace at a City of Santa Fe departmental office. This is a multi-disciplinary collaborative residency program supporting local artists to work in partnership with the City of Santa Fe and other non-arts organizations on the mutual goals of fostering greater inclusion and equity in civic engagement and the arts. Participating City departments include the Parks & Recreation Department and Office of Affordable Housing, in partnership with the Community Services Department and with support from the Arts & Culture Department.
At the Open House you will have the opportunity to:
Meet SFAI Staff, City of Santa Fe Partner Agencies (Community Services Department, Department of Arts and Culture, Office of Affordable Housing, Parks & Recreation Department), and past Story Maps FellowsTour our facilitiesLearn more about the 2020 Story Maps ProgramGet your application guide