St. John’s College is introducing a few changes to the Community Calendar. Over the coming months, we will migrate Community Calendar events into a new web-based event calendar that will be accessible from the homepage of the college's website. This new Community Calendar will give you access to all college events with expanded options that can include images, video, and links to external sites. You will still be able to download and print a smaller version of the calendar that includes all of the college's events or just the ones that interest you. We hope that you will find the new Community Calendar accessible and easy to use.
For questions and comments, please contact the director of Communications, Gabe Gomez, at 505-984-6102 or email@example.com.
Click here to access the calendar.
50th Anniversary Gala Benefit Dinner Featuring Columnist David Brooks
Join us for a special fundraising event to benefit scholarships for New Mexico students on June 26, 2015. More info.
Music on the Hill 2015
The Music on the Hill™ concert series begins its 10th season on June 10 and continues each Wednesday evening through July 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. In celebration of our 10th anniversary, we’re hosting local, national, and international bands for an exciting musical lineup featuring blues, classic rock, world music, and jazz. Our free concert series kicks off June 10th with Jono Manson with Brothers Keeper. (Note: There is no concert on July 2 and July 8 concert begins at 5 p.m.) More info.
Summer Film Institute
The St. John’s College Graduate Institute invites you to attend the second annual Summer Film Institute in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico. Join us this summer as we study seminal films as works of visual poetry. Experience the St. John’s College Great Books tradition of thoughtful attention to and careful study of important works, and cultivate the skills necessary to develop a better appreciation of Great Films. More info.
Auteurs Series at Center for Contemporary Arts
Films screened for the Film Institute are open to the public at the Center for Contemporary Arts (1050 Old Pecos Trail). Films include City Lights, The General, and Touch of Evil. Admission to each film is $10 for the general public ($9 for CCA members), and festival passes are $60 for the general public ($50 for CCA members). For a complete screening schedule, click here.
Summer Classics at St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico is your chance to explore the perplexing, the rousing, and the compelling. Every summer people from across the country, varying widely in age, academic and professional backgrounds, gather in small seminars on the Santa Fe campus to read and discuss classics of literature, science, history, philosophy and opera. This year, we are also offering the Science Institute, which follows the tradition of St. John's lab classes. These sessions are open to all who want to go more deeply into the questions raised by science and mathematics, including teachers, students, and serious learners. More info on the Science Institute and Summer Classics.