Santa Fe has an abundance of educational institutions tucked into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. These picturesque campuses feature historic and contemporary architecture, iconic of New Mexico. Since 1987, NMAF has conducted architecture tours to encourage and share interest in New Mexico’s enchanting treasures. This year’s Studious Sites of Santa Fe on Oct. 15 will be the Foundation’s 29th tour.
2016 ARCHITECTURAL TOUR
Saturday, October 15
Studious Sites of Santa Fe
Campus Tours: St John’s College | Laboratory of Anthropology at Museum Hill
Santa Fe Prep | School for Advanced Research
Tour registration includes lunch and transportation. $30 for members; $100 for non-member (student pricing available)
Tour bus departs Albuquerque at 8:00am from the Montano Rail Runner Station; Santa Fe residents can meet at 9:30am at St. John’s College, Levan Hall
ARCHITECTURE INSPIRING EDUCATION
This year’s tour organizer is Audra Bellmore, PhD, Associate Professor and Architecture Curator of the Center for Southwest Research at UNM. She has put together a series of behind-the-scenes tours of four renowned Santa Fe campuses. This event will provide participants a VIP learning experience, including admission to SAR that typically limits access to the public.