The Film: “Following Enchantment’s Line”
June 24 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Premiere details coming soon!
The short film, Following Enchantment’s Line, is a visual poem of grace, beauty, and the strength of cultural connectivity found in the heart of Santa Fe. This project brings dance to a national and international audience and showcases the Wheelwright Museum and Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in the beautiful narrative that is the City of Santa Fe. The film will premiere online through a streamed live event and will also feature a panel discussion with the team members.
This film features acclaimed artist Steven J. Yazzie (Diné/Laguna Pueblo/Anglo) who is directing the film, and showcase two nationally renowned dancers, Jock Soto (Navajo/Puerto Rican) a principal dancer at the New York Ballet, and Ria Thundercloud (Sandia Pueblo/Ho-Chunk Nation), as well as classical music composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate (Chickasaw). The film draws influence from the land, abstract lines, light, and shadows of northern New Mexico that continue to be an inspiration to residents and visitors alike.
The Wheelwright Museum in partnership with the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum are the recipients of a Digital Collaborative Impact grant from the City of Santa Fe, a new opportunity from the City of Santa Fe Arts and Culture Department’s Cultural Investment Funding Program.
(Sandia Pueblo/Ho-Chunk Nation)
Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate