CFFTA recently donated art supplies to both the Pueblo of Laguna and the Pueblo of Acoma in New Mexico. Over the past two and a half years, CFFTA has contributed 25,000 boxes of colored pencils, crayons and markers, to a wide range of community organizations in need of creative materials.
Santa Fe, N.M.—April 15, 2014—Film and festival producer Film 4 Change has partnered with Santa Fe University of Art and Design (SFUAD), Christopher Foundation for the Arts, and The Screen at SFUAD to present CineVision, a student-run festival of film and animation held May 1-4, 2014 on the university’s campus. Festival ticket proceeds will benefit a film production fund that SFUAD’s aspiring student filmmakers will compete for in the Fall.
The May 2014 festival will open with the hit movie, “JOE”, starring Nicolas Cage and Ronnie Gene Blevins. CFFTA will sponsor actor, Ronnie Gene Blevins, to fly from California to attend and participate in select panel discussions during the festival, and a “Question and Answer” session after the screening of “JOE”.
CFFTA donated several pieces of framing equipment to the Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s Art Department. This donation will enable the students at SFUAD to design frames, cut molding and mattes, and frame their art. The above photograph shows Mary Anne Redding, Chair of the Photography Department, Scott Christopher, Executive Director of CFFTA, and Rich Henrich, SFUAD Film Professor and Founder of Film 4 Change. Rich Henrich assisted with the coordination of the donation to SFUAD.