Outreach and Education

Member Field Trips
Member Field Trips
Membership Lecture Series
Membership Lecture Series
SAR Sparks Talks
SAR Sparks Talks

In addition to SAR’s two public lecture series, popular field trips, special programming, website, Facebook page, and digital version of the Annual Review, this year the School initiated a monthly digital newsletter to share online exhibits and other digital features, to keep members informed about upcoming activities on campus, and, in some cases, to offer them opportunities to enjoy programs they might have missed.

“What an absolute delight to open the SAR email newsletter last evening and discover that the lectures I missed are instantly available to me, right here in Nambe, and in my jammies,” said SAR member Donna Berg. “This has brought SAR right to my lap(top) in this time of high gas prices, overbooked days, and a world that seems to be turning upside down. Hooray for a bit of civilized, thought-provoking time.”

One very special moment this year came when SAR received the “Outstanding Achievement” award from Interactive Media Awards, a competition that recognizes the highest standards of excellence in website design and development. “Outstanding Achievement” is the second highest honor bestowed by this competition and is extremely challenging to win. The SAR website excelled in all areas of the judging criteria and represented a high standard of planning, execution, and overall professionalism. There were 235 entries submitted in the nonprofit category.

Through a range of programs for SAR members, including several that are open to the public, SAR seeks to make the work we support available to all our communities—scholars, artists, students, and thinkers of all ages.

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