“Review Santa Fe changed my life.” – Jesse Burke, Susan Worsham, and dozens of other CENTER Alum
We invite you to give to CENTER in support of the Annual Programs that include the Awards and Project Grants, the Review Santa Fe Photo Festival, as well as the Callanan Excellence in Teaching Award. CENTER, along with our partners, produces exhibitions, educational presentations, and expositions of the work in conjunction with the Awards, Project Grants, and Portfolio Reviews exploring critical issues.
CENTER is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization that relies on your support to make our annual programs and events accessible to as many photographers as possible. We thank you for your continued support.
Annual Programs Fund
Photographer’s Scholarship Fund
Contribute to your community by donating to the Photographers’ Scholarship Fund. Your donation in any amount is welcome and helps to keep the programs accessible to photographers of all income levels. Photographer’s Scholarships are allocated to low-income photographers who have been juried into Review Santa Fe but are unable to attend without financial support.
Your gift will provide:
full scholarship, travel and accommodations
HurleyMedia Scholarship Award
Gay Block Scholarship Fund
NAME A SCHOLARSHIP
We invite you to name a scholarship. Scholarship funds in honor of someone of your choice begin at $1,000. Please contact Executive Director, Laura Pressley to set up your Scholarship Fund at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact us at email@example.com to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities.
Support Tony Chirinos’ work Farewell
This fundraising project will support Chirinos’ book project. The monograph will include the three projects to create a cohesive project exploring an oft-unseen environment and create a dialogue between the two black-and-white projects with the tools interspersed between these two chapters. Learn more here.
Support Eric Cousineau’s ongoing series Essential Worker
Cousineau’s ongoing project has documented various members of the essential workforce in New Mexico. He is currently creating portraits of hospital staff working to fight COVID-19 at Saint Vincent Hospital, in Santa Fe, NM. Learn more about the ongoing photographic series here.
Contribute to Deborah Espinosa’s work “Living With Conviction”
In partnership with formerly incarcerated individuals, Living with Conviction leverages legal empowerment strategies, including multimedia storytelling and legal literacy trainings, to advocate for an end to onerous court-imposed debt. Learn more here.
Support Joshua Watson’s collective Art for the Isolated
A collaboration between artists, poets, and medical professionals to bring art into hospital rooms for COVID-19 patients and caregivers. Learn more here. Visit the Art for the Isolated website to learn more about joining the collective.
Your contributions are tax-deductible. Please donate via sending a check to CENTER (P.O. Box 8372, Santa Fe, NM, 87504) or donate above via Paypal. Your name or business will be featured on our printed program materials and web pages. You can choose to name a full scholarship and choose the recipient from the pool of accepted applicants. Inquire within for more information.