Littleglobe ¡Presente! - Stories of Belonging and Displacement in Santa Fe
You are sitting in a room of people and your name is called. You raise your hand and say “¡Presente!” — I am here, I belong.
Join us for an evening of multi-arts performances that explore complex stories of home and, belonging in Santa Fe—issues affecting Santa Fe’s future. Produced by Santa Fe-based arts nonprofit Littleglobe, ¡Presente! – Stories of Belonging and Displacement in Santa Fe features Santa Feans of all ages—including students, professional musicians and artists, and other longtime residents—sharing their stories through music, movement, spoken word, short documentaries, and artistic video.
- Featuring young people from Capital High School, Earth Care, the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), Santa Fe Indian School, the University of New Mexico, Youthworks, and more
- Music by Lone Piñon
- Films by Noor-un-nisa Touchon, Echota Killsnight, Aurora Escobedo and students from Littleglobe’s New Media Arts Fellowship and Earth Care.
¡Presente! is directed by writer, consultant, and former State Historian of New Mexico, Dr. Estevan Rael-Galvez, with creative support from the artistic team at Littleglobe. Other directors include composer/filmmaker Chris Jonas (creative director), writer Jamie Figueroa (director, Creative Community Ensemble) and Acushla Bastible (stage director). Team artists include filmmaker/youth facilitators Ed Radtke and Katy Gross, theater/movement artist Danielle Reddick, theater artist Charles Gamble, and writer/storyteller/musician/artist Ehren Kee Natay.
Funding support for ¡Presente! is generously provided by the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission, McCune Charitable Trust, New Mexico Arts, Amblin Partners/Storyteller Distribution/New Mexico Film Office, Adobe, and private donors.
Key project partners include Earth Care, Chainbreaker Collective, Youthworks, Searchlight New Mexico, and Capital High School.
The Lensic Presents 2019/20 Season is generously sponsored by
Tickets: $20 – $25 | Kids: $8