Monthly Archives: May 2008
Dan Flores Writer, professor of the History of the American West at the University of Montana at Missoula
Mark Van Stone Professor of Art History at Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA, co-author of the book, Reading the Maya Glyphs, published by Thames and Hudson, and author of the forthcoming book, 2012: Science and Prophecy of the Ancient Maya
David Capps Dancer/choreographer, Liz Bradley Computer Scientist, collaborators in the performance Con/cantation, sponsored by the Santa Fe Institute Malena Mörling Poet, researcher at the School for American Research
Anna Porter Author of Kasztner’s Train: The True Story of an Unknown Hero of The Holocaust.
Desiree Mays Author of Opera Unveiled, the book that accompanies the Santa Fe Opera season. Today’s opera: Falstaff.
Khashyar Darvich Producer-Director of the film Dalai Lama Renaissance narrated by Harrison Ford Ron Dans, Laia Obregon-Dans, Michelle Laflamme Childs Puppets Revenge Soiree Robert Nott Speaking of the Arts
Frank Hadley Murphy Author of The Spirit of Tea, published by Sherman Asher Publishing of Santa Fe.
Jack Loeffler Writer, aural historian, and radio producer. His latest book is, Survival Along the Continental Divide: An Anthology of Interviews, published by University of New Mexico Press.
Sheila Ortego Author of The Road from La Cueva, published by Sunstone Press, and president of Santa Fe Community College Santa Fe Art Institute Residents Sarah Sutton, Tatiana Simonova, Michael Sandoval, Nikki Nojima Louis
The African Effect Film Festival Jason Silverman and Samba Gadjigo co-curators Robert Nott Speaking of the Arts
Greg Serano Actor, cast member of the series Wildfire; director of a black box theater in Albuquerque, “The Studio: An Actor’s Space.” Larry Stouffer Founder & Executive Director of the Screenwriting Conference in Santa Fe Eldorado Teen Players Rocky Horror Show
Doyle Preheim Sangre de Cristo Chorale Mike Farrell Actor, activist, writer, and biker. His new book is a memoir, Just Call Me Mike, published by Akashic Books.
Dilys Evans Author of Show and Tell: Exploring the Fine Art of Children’s Book Illustration Gerald Stern and Anne Marie Macari Poets
Jeremy Kagan Advocacy filmmaker, director and producer the first 10 episodes of The ACLU Freedom Files.
Tony Chavarria Curator of Ethnology at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Comic Art Indegene Robert Nott Speaking of the Arts
Jiyoung Chung Korean Fiber Artist Jill Heppenheimer co-owner of Santa Fe Weaving Gallery Sandy Buffett Executive Director of Conservation Voters New Mexico Carol Moldaw Poet, and author of the novel, The Widening, published by Etruscan Press
New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project Cynthia Gonzales Executive Director, Deborah Luckett Training and Education Coordinator
Larry Merculieff Alaska Marine Conservation Council, Co-founder and former chairman of the Alaska Indigenous Council on Marine Mammals; former chairman of the Nature Conservancy, Alaska chapter; former co-director of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society, Alaska chapter; as well as co-founder of the International Bering Sea Forum, the Alaska Forum on the Environment, and the Alaska Oceans Network.
Shanna Ketchum Art Historian at the University of Oklahoma Rick Nahmias Photographer and author of The Migrant Project: Contemporary California Farm Workers, published University of New Mexico Press, with a foreword by Dolores Huerta.
Charlie Newton Mystery writer, author of of Calumet City. Robert Nott Speaking of the Arts
Bernadine Santistevan Director, producer, and co-writer of The Cry Brett Morgen Writer and director of the film, Chicago Ten, which opens in Santa Fe at the Center for Contemporary Arts this Friday, May 2. The film was the winner of the Chicago Film Festival’s best documentary award in 2007.