News & Announcements
UPDATE: CHART IN THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2022
Pre-register for Online Dialogue Sessions
January 4, 2022 -- During the first months of 2022, CHART will host a range of events designed to generate dialogue and to encourage listening, sharing, and storytelling. Originally designed as in-person, intergenerational gatherings, we are now minding Santa Fe County COVID numbers and adjusting accordingly. Look for online activities and in-person events when it's safe to gather in public places. Visit the CHART website for the most up-to-date information. If you would like to be scheduled for a public dialogue session, please register here.
THE CULTURAL HISTORY SERIES RAMPS UP IN THE NEW YEAR:
The Cultural History Series engages with historians, artists, culture bearers, storytellers, scientists, makers and others who can add to our knowledge of our complex history and many cultures. Our first Cultural History Series event in November was a conversation between State Historian Rob Martinez and City Historian Valerie Rangel and used as its foundation the first question in the CHART survey: How can we come to a fuller understanding of the history of Santa Fe? If you missed it, a recording of the event is available on the CHART Santa Fe YouTube channel.
AGENDA: In the new year, we will continue our series with conversations and public events – live, if COVID permits – and expand it with online focused learning events, a Culture Blog, engagement with film, community story-sharing opportunities, and social media topic-focused campaigns. Please join us for these events. Keep an eye on our website.
Later in the spring and early summer of 2022, the wealth of information gathered through the community process will guide the creation of a report with recommendations to the City of Santa Fe Governing Body. Learn more about the "deliverables" for the CHART project at our website.