Youth Media Project’s Charles Austin is part of an event called The Gift. In this piece, he explores what is giving, what is art, and what it is to give art. Through the course of the show, Charles Austin interviews other students and professors at The Santa Fe University of Art and Design.
Tattoos have been around for at least 5,300 years. The concept of creating something permanent that one can carry around with them has remained in almost every society. Sara makes a decision to get a tattoo when she is only sixteen. With the support of her father, she gains a sense of empowerment, self-confidence, and a beautiful work of art on her body.
Explore the underground with Audio Revolution!. This show investigates the world of unconventional, underrepresented, and underground arts. From Hip Hop to art happenings and video games to spoken word poetry, this Audio Revolution! will get you reconsidering what is art and why it might or might not be important. Let hosts Adrian Andre of Santa Fe Community College and Conor Cole in the Master’s program guide you through the unseen and unappreciated.
In this piece, Ellie Evans, a student from the New Mexico School For The Arts, asks the question: What if? What if the world were different? This imaginative and poetic piece challenges our current understanding of the world around us. Her simple yet beautiful questions pull the rug out from underneath listeners- what if old is young… or what if we all understood basic human rights?