SUNDAY, JULY 17, 2022
11:30 AM - 2:30 pm
CHART FINAL EVENT: FAMILY DAY!
Villa Linda Park/Santa Fe Place Mall
Watch videos about this event in English and Spanish here
FREE food and drink, games, raffles (bike and skateboard), poetry, music
and art. Featuring: Axle Contemporary Art Space, Collaborative song
with the Desert Chorale, Grab & Go Art Kits from the Children's
Museum, and much more. Schedule and details here.
Art, above, by Middle School Students at El Camino Real
Academy, Art Teacher Carol Schrader
Wednesday, June 15, 5-8 pm
CHART AT INDIGENOUS WAYS FESTIVAL
Santa Fe Railyard Park, 740 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM, 87505
Indigenous Ways Festivals feature food trucks, face painting, native weavers, artisans, culture keepers, and musicians taking the stage and interacting
with the crowd. At this family-friendly event (5-8 pm), CHART will host a
survey table as well as a community circle and listening session (5-6 pm)
about values that mean the most to us--personal, family, community.
The festival is free and open to the public.
Learn all the details here.
Saturday, June 11, 2022 - 2-4 pm
MONUMENTAL DREAMS - VIEW THE PUBLIC PROPOSALS
Oliver La Farge Library Community Room
1730 Llano Street. Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505
Join CHART for an open house where you can view over 80 proposals submitted by residents of the city and county of Santa Fe: "What or who deserves a monument, memorial, or work of art in Santa Fe?" Share your comments with others as
well as the CHART team as you "tour" the proposals.
Learn more about the Monumental Dreams program here.
WEDNESDAY, May 11, 2022
3RD REPORT TO GOVERNING BODY
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE 3RD QUARTER UPDATE ABOUT THE CHART PROJECT TO THE CITY OF SANTA FE GOVERNING BODY. The update
includes important data about project activities, community
participation, attendance, and more.
Fast forward to 32:55.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2022
STUDENT DIALOGUE: CAPITAL HIGH SCHOOL
"Will you stay in Santa Fe after graduation? Why or why not?"
A conversation with high school students about what it's like to live
in Santa Fe and whether they want to stay or leave after graduation.
MAY 2, 2022
IMPLICIT BIAS TRAINING FOR CITY OF SANTA FE GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS
Per the CHART contract, members of the Governing Body receive implicit bias/
anti-racism training coordinated by the CHART project. Trainer: Sonia Gipson Rankin. Learn more about Gipson Rankin here.
Deadline: Midnight, June 22, 2022
CHART SURVEY #2
The second CHART survey was organized into six sections - Culture, History, Art, Truth, Reconciliation and About Me and included important questions about history, monuments, community, and belonging.
La segunda encuesta chart se organizó en seis secciones: Cultura, Historia, Arte, Verdad, Reconciliación y Acerca de mí e incluyó preguntas importantes sobre historia, monumentos, comunidad, y pertenencia.
Ongoing - Submit now!
INSTAGRAM CAMPAIGN: THIS IS OUR CITY DIFFERENT
Join CHART - Santa Fe in celebrating the people, events,
and the places that make Santa Fe unique
Post a photo of a special place, event, or person – past or present - that you want your fellow Santa Feans to see. Who, what, or where is important to you? In the caption,let us know why you are honoring that person, event, or place.
CHART Santa Fe may repost your share.
Use these hashtags for the campaign:
For more information and how-to, go to Instagram
Deadline: MIDNIGHT - APRIL 30, 2022
CALL FOR PUBLIC PROPOSALS
What deserves a monument/memorial/work of art
in the city or county of Santa Fe?
"Monumental Dreams and Conversations"
Identify an EVENT, MOVEMENT, PLACE, THING, or PERSON(S) that matters to you and is part of the past, present, or future of Oga Po’gay/Santa Fe, New Mexico. Tell us this story and propose a monument, memorial, or work of public art that remembers and/or honors it. Learn more here.
Thursday, April 28, 2022 - 6:30- 8 pm
FOUR SHORT FILMS & DIALOGUE:
WHAT LIVING IN SANTA FE FEELS LIKE
Presented by CHART in partnership with Littleglobe
Teatro Paraguas, 3205 Calle Marie, Unit B, Santa Fe, 87507
Free and open to the public. Capacity is limited.
Registration is closed for this event.
Join us for an evening of Littleglobe film shorts and a facilitated dialogue. Each film brings to the surface dreams, challenges, family, heritage, history, and core values from a diverse set of resident-storytellers.
The short videos featured include: “Five Young Women” and “Rios Family,” both from “¡Presente!” a Littleglobe multi-disciplinary collaborative project focused on collecting and artistically sharing personal histories and reflections on displacement and belonging in Santa Fe. “Matthew Martinez,” a short film from “Santa Fe Core Values,” a video project collaboration between Littleglobe and the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission to celebrate and provide expression to Santa Fe's diverse voices. "Minecraft Santa Fe," a short animated film created by Dylan Tenorio, Ehren Kee Natay and local youth for Littleglobe TV.
After watching these short films, the audience will engage in small group dialogue about the films and the themes they bring to the surface about living in Santa Fe.
Thursday, April 21, 2022, 6 pm
CULTURAL HISTORY SERIES #3 WITH SETHA LOW
Santa Fe Community Convention Center
Free and open to the public. Learn more here.
Join us to explore Plazas, Public Spaces, and Social Justice with Setha Low, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Psychology, Anthropology, Earth and Environmental Sciences and Women’s Studies at The Graduate Center, City
University of New York and author of many books including On the Plaza: The
Politics of Public Space and Culture. This presentation will be followed by
a collaborative art activity in small groups: Create a Plaza.
Tuesday, April 12 & Tuesday, April 19, 2022
IMPLICIT BIAS TRAININGS FOR CITY OF SANTA FE DEPARTMENT & DIVISION DIRECTORS
Per the CHART contract, directors of City of Santa Fe departments and divisions received implicit bias/anti-racism training coordinated by the
CHART project. Trainer: Dr. Finnie Coleman/Dellsly Group.
Saturday, April 9, 2022, 2-4 pm/Santa Fe Place Mall
IMAGINE A MONUMENT!/¡IMAGINA UN MONUMENTO!
A family-friendly event/Un evento gratuito para familias
Monumental Dreams & Conversations
Sueños y conversaciones monumentales
Enter the mall from the food court and look for the CHART pop-up space.
Ingrese al SF Place Mall desde el patio de comidas y busque el espacio de CHART.
Join us for a drop-in workshop encouraging you to submit an idea for a public monument, memorial or work of art for the city or county of Santa Fe. We will provide you with the materials you need, images that will spark your own
ideas, and conversation about what you value and what event, movement,
place, thing or person(s) think deserves to be honored. Kids activites and refreshments will be provided. Proposals submitted at this afternoon
event will be entered into a raffle for a $100 cash prize.
Acompáñanos para un taller que le ayudará a crear una idea para un monumento público, monumento o obra de arte para la ciudad o condado de Santa Fe. Le ofreceremos los materiales que necesita y una conversación sobre los eventos, movimientos, lugares, cosas o personas que merecen ser honrados. Las propuestas enviadas en este evento le entrarán en una rifa por un premio en efectivo de $100.
Learn all the details about the "Monumental Dreams and Conversations" project in English y en español HERE/aqui.
Domingo, 24 de abril de 2022, 2-3:30 pm
DIÁLOGO PÚBLICO: SESIÓN DE ESCUCHAR
“Nuestras historias y experiencias: Viviendo en Santa Fe”
Este evento será solamente en español.
Se ofrece cuidado de niños.
¡El proyecto CHART quiere escucharte! Cuente una historia sobre usted, su familia o sus antecedentes. Comparta una historia/experiencia cuando sintió un fuerte sentido de pertenencia a Santa Fe? Comparta una historia/experiencia cuando sintió lo contrario de pertenecer a Santa Fe? ¿Cómo podemos construir relaciones más fuertes entre las personas que viven en Santa Fe?
Sunday, March 13, 2 pm
CULTURAL HISTORY SERIES #2
Historian Hilario Romero
Watch a recording of this event here.
Join Hilario Romero for a journey down the Santa Fe River, exploring
communities and cultures. Pre-registration for this event is required
and seating is limited. Proof of vaccination will be required.
Masks must be worn during the presentation.
Learn more here.
Sunday, March 20, 2022, 2 pm
MARCH COMMUNITY DIALOGUE
“Sharing Our Stories: Listening to Learn About Belonging”
Santa Fe Community Convention Center
IN-PERSON event; proof of vaccination REQUIRED.
One-on-one conversations followed by small group dialogue
Topics: Share a story that reveals something important about you,
your family, or your background. Share a story/experience when you felt a
strong sense of belonging in Santa Fe? Share a story/experience when you
felt the opposite of belonging in Santa Fe? Where and when, for example,
did you feel excluded? How can we build stronger relationships
with our fellow Santa Feans?
February 22, 24, and 27
FEBRUARY COMMUNITY DIALOGUE SESSIONS
FEBRERO - DIÁLOGO PUBLICO
Discussion theme for February: "Equity"
Tema de discusión para febrero: "La equidad"
Many who responded to CHART’s first survey talked about issues related to equity—access to affordable housing, good education, health care, and other vital resources that are necessary for a full and healthy life; distribution of wealth; wage discrepancy; gentrification; as well as dominant and marginalized voices
and stories. With these in mind:
Talk about an experience you’ve had in Santa Fe (city and/or county) that makes you think about equity and inequity. What made the situation equitable or inequitable?
If you were an elected official, how would you make a real difference in terms of equity? Creative thinking and solutions are encouraged.
For the purposes of the February dialogues, we are using the following descriptions of equity and equality. Equity involves trying to understand and
give people what they need to enjoy full, healthy lives. Equality, in contrast,
aims to ensure that everyone gets the same things. Like equity, equality
aims to promote fairness and justice, but it assumes that everyone
starts from the same place and needs the same things.
January 20, 23, 25 and 29
JANUARY COMMUNITY DIALOGUE SESSIONS
ENERO - DIÁLOGO PUBLICO
Discussion theme for January: "Monuments"
Tema de discusión para enero: "Monumentos"
WHO or WHAT deserves a public monument/memorial/work of public art (etc.) and why? Who/What is worth honoring, and why? / ¿QUIÉN o QUÉ merece un monumento público / memorial / obra de arte público (etc.) y por qué? ¿A quién/ qué vale la
pena honrar y por qué?
If existing monuments/memorials/works of art need to be reconsidered, what is the ideal process for this? What steps should be taken, and why? /Si los monumentos / memoriales / obras de arte existentes necesitan ser reconsiderados, ¿cuál es el proceso ideal para esto? ¿Qué pasos se deben tomar y por qué?
READ OP-EDS : Santa Fe New Mexican
"Take the CHART survey — Dec. 31 is the deadline"
by CHART Co-Directors, 12/19/21
"The process of reconciliation will take commitment"
by CHART Co-Directors, 8/21/21
DECEMBER 31, 2021
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT SURVEY #1
October - December, 2022
SURVEY GATHERING EVENTS
In addition to gathering surveys online, by email, snail mail, and phone, the CHART team hosted survey-gathering events at the following locations:
Capital High School
Pojoaque High School
Santa Fe Place Mall (2 events in English & Spanish)
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe
Midtown Project Event
Angel’s Coffee House
SURVEY EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITIES RELATED TO SURVEY QUESTIONS (INTERVIEWS,
CLASSROOM VISITS, MEETINGS, ETC.) BEGIN
Wednesday, September 8, 2021
SURVEY #1 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Administered online, email, phone, and at selected events
in English and Spanish
DEADLINE DECEMBER 31, 2021
Survey #1 Questions:
How can we come to a fuller understanding of the history of Santa Fe?
How can we build healthier relationships while acknowledging our differences?
How can we become good ancestors to our children, their children, and generations to come?