Growth Forum Interview with Sanjit Sethi

Sanjit speaks with Growth Forum about the role of creativity as a driver for social change

Santa Fe Radio Cafe in conversation with Sanjit Sethi

Check out this July 2015 interview with Sanjit Sethi at Santa Fe Radio Cafe. Sanjit shares his thoughts on SFAI 140 as well as the work of innovative resident artists Kelli Clifton and Linda Infante Lyons.

THE Magazine in conversation with Sanjit Sethi

Guy Cross of THE Magazine interviews Sanjit Sethi on his thoughts on creativity and social change. Click here for the story.

The Righting Arm @ Dinner Vention

Sanjit presents “The Righting Arm” at Dinner Vention – a dynamic conversation about the future of cultural organizations. Check out the video here.

Sanjit Sethi on the Julia Goldberg Morning Show

Julia Goldberg of KVSF 101.5 FM talks with Sanjit Sethi about his creative practice, the importance of community engagement, and his new role as Executive Director of the Santa Fe Art Institute.

http://www.santafe.com/the-voice/podcast/strong-mayor-strong-debate#.UoJr8yg-420

Voices of the Past

Voices of the Past: City Broadens Recognition of Historical Events with Markers and Monuments” by Bill Dries, Memphis Daily News

“In 2008, a bakery owned by two Japanese families that closed two days after the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was remembered with a semi-permanent public art installation at 1310 Madison Ave. commissioned by the UrbanArt Commission.

The address is now a parking lot with a power transformer. It was the site of Kuni Wada Bakery in 1941. The Kawaiis and Nakajimas, the two families who owned the bakery, were arrested the day after Pearl Harbor and their bakery was closed, later to be seized by the Federal Reserve Bank.

When the work by Sanjit Sethi was installed, the box contained a system that spread a scent twice a day that smelled like bread baking in the area. The goal was for someone in the area smelling the scent to follow it to the marker, which remains at the site today.”