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MY VIEW Keeping an art university in Santa Fe (after our University of Art and Design Closed)

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Florence has the Lorenzo de’ Medici Academy; Savannah has Savannah College of Art and Design (with branches in Hong Kong, Atlanta and France); Los Angeles and New York both have educational entities focused on art. 

Something could evolve out of the very successful NM School for the Arts with its 501(c)(3) capacity, if it wants to take on such a project after the move to the old Sanbusco? We presently see only weeds and slowly disintegrating buildings at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design campus, but we don’t hear the sound of future bulldozers quite yet, do we?

If  2019 legislative session legislators could come up with $1 million from their capital outlay accounts as seed money to build Senator  Pinto’s dream, a Navajo Code Talkers Museum, couldn’t this also be done with the leadership of Speaker Egolf and Sen. Wirth? 

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