a mobile artspace based in Santa Fe, New Mexico
YouthWorks Axle Contemporary Santa Fe Community Screenprinting
Artist-designed pro-voting t-shirts, 5 designs from Axle's Be Counted
Supported by Santa Fe YouthWorks!
Only $15. Buy and wear yours now!
Youthworks has funded the printing of over 300 shirts and will be distributing most of them for free through their various outreach programs in Santa Fe. For a limited time, some of the shirts are available for purchase. All proceeds help fund the project expenses.
Santa Fe YouthWorks has been leading the way in youth re-engagement since 2001. Approximately 1,200 young people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds from across Northern New Mexico come through the doors of YouthWorks each year. Santa Fe YouthWorks prides itself on never giving up on the youth who seek our help. Every day we work hard to pull out all the stops to help our young people succeed.
YouthWorks works in partnership with our neighboring Santa Fe Community Screenprinting, @SFCScreenprinting who printed the t-shirts for this project. Learn how you can help us make a difference in a young person’s life. Connect with YouthWorks by email or call 505-989-1855
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Since 2010, Axle Contemporary has been bringing contemporary art from New Mexico to the streets of Santa Fe and throughout the state in their converted bread-truck mobile artspace. Partnering with diverse organizations and businesses, Axle works to use art to engage and inspire our communities. Axle’s Be Counted is an initiative using art to reach out and inspire people to participate in the census and the upcoming elections. Forty artists have created works for this project. The works are being placed in public space around Santa Fe and are available for free download and sharing at https://www.axleart.com/be-counted . Five of the artworks have been selected and printed as t-shirts by the Santa Fe Community Screenprinting Studio for this project.
Contact us to see how you can extend the reach of this initiative in your community: email@example.com
Portions of the yard sign printing are generously donated to this project by A Good Sign in Albuquerque and Allegra in Santa Fe.
The Friends of Axle's Be Counted Initiative support this project by sharing their resources with us:
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
City of Santa Fe Arts & Culture
Thanks also to these to organizations that are helping to spread this project in their communities: Vital Spaces, School for Advanced Research, Paseo-Taos, New Mexico School for the Arts, Santa Fe Arts & Culture, Upaya Zen Center, TOKo Santa Fe, Santa Fe Book Arts Group, Southwest Contemporary.
visit the Axle Contemporary website here.