This month your bread basket comes with beats, bizMIX and big ideas as we bounce back to St. Mike’s and the tasty Tecolote Cafe hosts MIXolote!
Remember RE:MIKE? The radical revisioning of St. Mike’s in the form of an urban prototyping festival? If you don’t, you shoulda been there and if you do, you know that it’s businesses like Tecolote and institutions like SFUAD doing the quiet work of making it all come to fruition. Meanwhile, the city has remained hard at work and is preparing to stretch some civic sinew to inspire some innovative new options.
So join us in revisiting RE:MIKE while sipping on sassy Santa Fe Spirits concoctions https://santafespirits.com/ and trying to talk to tout-le-town while your mouth is full of Tecolote.
You’ll get a cocktail courtesy of Santa Fe Spirits on the house if you fill out our short survey, which you’re always welcome to do ahead of time at http://www.mixsantafe.com/survey/ and the food is always free while it lasts.
MIX believes the future of the city as a whole and the vitality of its neighborhoods is supported by creative talent in the form of artists, entrepreneurs, idea generators and action implementers.
That’s why we’re pleased to present work by Strangers Collective http://strangerscollective.tumblr.com/ and a special preview of Outdoor Vision Fest and Quadstock, two of SFUAD’s signature events and talent showcases. But wait, that’s not all! Order today and we’ll add two young YouthWorks talents working their monster tips in a live open air spray paint demo, https://santafeyouthworks.org/.
Businesses looking to hire long-term or short-term talent should be on the lookout for SFUAD students ready to wow the workplace and budding entrepreneurs who’ve applied to this year’s bizMIX should come by and introduce themselves.
This month’s design daringly done by SFUAD Student Mariah Romero
Event photography will be by SFUAD Student Rebeca Gonzalez