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Student Accomplishments

2014 Accomplishments

Art student Erin Haldane (’14) is producing graphite drawings of some of renowned artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s personal effects, many of which have never before been documented for public access. Haldane is the first student intern to take part in a new initiative called the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum/SFUAD Archive Project.


2013 Accomplishments

International student Diana Padilla interned at SITE Santa Fe in the Education Department.

Students Sango Imai-Hall, Shelbie Loomis, and Diana Padilla were named as some of the 2014 SITE Scholars.

2012 Accomplishments

Mark Williams opened an exhibit at Eggman & Walrus, a contemporary gallery in Santa Fe, from Nov. 2 to Dec. 28.

Sophomores Sango Imai-Hall and Christopher Stahelin; juniors Anthony Fernandez, Tallis Geohegan, Jonathan Hargraves, and Iman Sterling; and seniors Nikki Hall and Monk Blaire, worked as part of the Art Team at the 9th Annual Santa Fe International Folk Art Market in July. They worked with Amanda Moore, Folk Art Market co-chair, to create ambiance design.

Sophomore Randy Ortiz Martinez showed several drawings in the 26th Annual Contemporary Hispanic Market, a division of Santa Fe’s internationally renowned Spanish Market in July.

Junior Lucy Madeline participated in After Hours Alliance (AHA) Festival in Santa Fe in September.

Senior Sandra Halpin showed her mixed-media video installation Hanging My Binary Out to Dry at Currents 2012 this summer.

Randy Ortiz Martinez, a junior studying studio art, displayed his drawings in the 26th Annual Contemporary Hispanic Market in Santa Fe on July 28 and 29.

“Positive,” a video installation by junior art major Edison Richards, was showcased at currents 2012 this summer. The video investigates the plus sign as a form and symbol.

Junior Hannah Hoel and sophomore Lucy Puckett are writers for the online arts journal AdobeAirstream, which “connects people who crave experiences of contemporary art and culture with the cultural
generators and destinations of the contemporary Southwest.”

Treemotel, an indie/dirt pop band composed of art student Lindsey Mackin, contemporary music students David Badstubner and Adam Cook, contemporary music graduate Greg Butera (’09), and performing arts student Wark Milliams, is preparing to release its second album and embark on a summer tour of the West Coast.

In January, sophomore Chelsey Danielsen exhibited a large stop-motion animation set at Dialog in the Arts III: An Exhibition by Teachers and Their Students, an exhibition at the Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery. Using found and fabricated parts, she created the set in Professor Tom Miller’s Mixed-Media Sculpture course.