June 16-25, 2023

Visit Santa Fe

Visit Santa Fe, New Mexico and encounter the evolving history of the American West. From traditional Native American and Spanish Colonial culture, to Contemporary Art, to the science at Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories and the Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe and New Mexico encompass the human experience from ancient culture to cutting edge Art and technology. This extraordinary stew of ideas and influences makes Santa Fe the ideal location for the CURRENTS NEW MEDIA festival. Attending the festival is a great opportunity to visit Santa Fe and the rest of our beautiful state.

Getting to Santa Fe is easier than you think. One scenic hour away from the Albuquerque International Sunport, Santa Fe also has its own Municpal Airport. More information can be found at the City of Santa Fe’s official travel site.

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El Rey Court

The wonderful El Rey is offering a room discount for CURRENTS Festival and Conference attendees. They are also a Sponsor of CURRENTS. We will post the discount promo code soon. The El Rey is  a come-as-you-are type of place where…

Hotel Santa Fe
A Generous Sponsor of the CURRENTS Festival and Conference. Santa Fe’s only Native American Owned and Solar Powered hotel is an important Currents partner, offering a tradition of hospitality to international artists. Located in Historic Downtown Santa Fe and in the heart of the new Guadalupe Railyard District with museums, galleries, shops and restaurants just outside our door. 5 min walk to the Festival's main venue and Conference.
Inn and Spa at Loretto
As the leading Santa Fe hotel, The Inn and Spa at Loretto is famous for its traditional pueblo architecture and first class service. This luxury boutique hotel in New Mexico features a variety of luxury Santa Fe lodging accommodations, a day spa, and much more
Inn at Pueblo Bonito
Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe features 18 charming adobe guest rooms reflecting traditional native New Mexico historic architecture, local décor and a one-of-a-kind experience in simple pueblo-style lodging.
Inn on the Alameda
At the Inn on the Alameda, we are like family, and that’s how we treat our guests. Our loyal staff has been with us for years and often develops friendships with our repeat guests. They are friendly, knowledgeable, and welcoming—and, truly care about you and giving you an authentic experience in Santa Fe.
La Fonda on the Plaza

Opened in 1922 and featuring a striking lobby, this iconic hotel by Santa Fe Plaza is 3 blocks from the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and 4 blocks from Canyon Road’s galleries.

Las Palomas Inn
Each beautiful unit at Las Palomas offer fireplaces, robes, microwaves, mini-refrigerators, hair-dryers, irons & boards, complimentary high-speed wireless internet and complimentary deluxe continental breakfast.
Motel 6 / Downtown

5 min walk from the Festival’s main venue.

New Mexico Tourism Department
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Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa
Into Timeless Waters

Deemed sacred by indigenous Native Americans of Northern New Mexico, Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs has been a gathering place and a source of healing for hundreds, even thousands of years. Come retreat to our secluded refuge. Relax with a massage and our signature Milagro Wrap. Rejuvenate in our legendary waters.
Rancho Gallina
Enjoy rustic elegance and organic, farm-fresh breakfasts on a historic ranch updated with solar power, a cedar soaking hot tub, and geothermal heating/cooling. Located South of town off the Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway, Rancho Gallina is the greenest place to stay in Santa Fe.
Taos Inn
Set across several adobe houses dating from the 1800s, this landmark inn is a 2-minute walk from the Kit Carson Home and Museum, and 3 minutes from Taos Plaza.
Ten Thousand Waves
Ten Thousand Waves is inspired by the great Japanese mountain hot spring resorts. Ten minutes from downtown Santa Fe, but only minutes from the National Forest, there is nothing quite like this on the North American continent.
The Sage Hotel
Discounted Rooms for CURRENTS Festival and Conference 2020
The Sage Hotel, a favorite in Santa Fe and a New York Times hotel pick, located in the Guadalupe Shopping and Dining District, between parks and across from the Santa Fe Farmers' Market. 5 min walk to the Festival's main venue and Conference.
The Official Travel Site

Santa Fe, New Mexico is a magical, exuberant, colorful journey at any time of year. Our Legendary History & Culture will fascinate and inspire you. Our art galleries and Diverse Visual Arts span ancient traditional techniques to the most contemporary and edgy.

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