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Dad dancing to kiddo.

Son dances for dad.

The family circle.

October 18, 2017 - when W21 was busy serving young people in dance and entertainment.

https://www.facebook.com/SantaFeWarehouse21/videos/10155810539851528
If you missed the theater screening of "The Game Changers" here in Santa Fe, you still have an opportunity to see it!
“Our use of animals as a food-production technology has brought us to the verge of catastrophe.” ~ United Nations Environment Programme

"A 1% reduction in world-wide meat intake = a three trillion-dollar investment in solar energy." ~ Chris Mentzel, CEO of Clean Energy
Join us 🥁6pm .... intro class $10
of course!
Every Tuesday! Just getting going - drummin’ in up 🥁
Santa Fe Youth Breakin Team is offering a FREE WORKSHOP for those who love to move! Ages 8 and up! ❤
so sad that Zion is gone
You guys hiring for someone to clean up? Like sweep, mop, vacuum, or various other cleaning duties?
PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS: The United Nations Environmental Programme declared that a global shift towards a vegan diet would help save the world from devastating hunger, widespread fuel shortages and catastrophic climate change. Each day, a person eating a vegan diet saves 1,100 gallons of water, 45 pounds of grain, 30 square feet of forested lands, the equivalent of 20 pounds of CO2, and one animal's life; and

WHEREAS: Each year, 10 billion land animals are killed in the United States for food, 58 billion are killed worldwide, and 2.7 trillion sea animals are pulled from our oceans. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of species extinction, and every day, up to 137 plant, animal and insect species are lost forever due to rainforest destruction for grazing and feed crops. We are currently undergoing the largest mass extinction in 65 million years; and

WHEREAS: The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization concluded that the livestock sector was one of the most significant contributors to the planet's most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global. Each year, animal agriculture produces 32 billion tons of carbon dioxide and 3.7 trillion pounds of excrement; uses 34-76 trillion gallons of water; is accountable for 20-33% of all fresh water consumption worldwide, the desertification of 1/3 of the planet, and 91% of Amazon rainforest destruction; and has created more than 500 dead zones in our oceans; and

WHEREAS: The American Dietetic Association declared that appropriately planned vegan diets are healthful for all life-cycle stages, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, and adolescence. The ADA also declared that vegan diets are associated with lower blood cholesterol, lower risk of heart disease, lower risk of hypertension and type-2 diabetes, lower body mass index, and lower overall cancer rates; and

WHEREAS: Vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants, cafes, and markets are plentiful in our city, and we enjoy ready access to vegan-friendly coffee shops, brew pubs and theaters. Moreover, the availability of both delicious and nutritious vegan alternatives to our favorite foods, such as cheese, ice cream, burgers, and hot dogs, allows us to indulge in delicious meals while doing the least amount of harm to ourselves, the animals, and our planet.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Alan Webber, Mayor of the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, do hereby proclaim November 2018 as, "Vegan Awareness Month"
November 1, 2018

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Serving young artists and our creative community. Founded: 1996. Warehouse 21 has served thousands of our city's youth (aged 12-21) and young adults (aged 20-30) in the performing, media and visual arts.

W21 has consistently supported youth employment throughout its existence and has partnered and developed community service programs with schools and court systems. In 2017 W21 become 21 Years Young!

Operating as usual

01/09/2022

RepairKid Shows Kids Don't Need New Toys To Play

Fix things and learn by doing!

Burn TV 01/02/2022

Burn TV

2009 BURN TV!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SK7z_s0SSxI

Burn TV Burn TV New Mexico - a television voice for youth. Check out the All Nations Skate Jam, environmentally friendly clothing, and the grassroots silk screen stu...

12/30/2021

A brief vid of Jacob Ferraro at the Dec 10, 2021 W21 25th Gig.

Video by Ilana.

Poison Ivy: “It was easier for me to consider playing guitar because I was such a misfit. For me, anything was fair game” 12/24/2021

Poison Ivy: “It was easier for me to consider playing guitar because I was such a misfit. For me, anything was fair game”

Poison Ivy: “It was easier for me to consider playing guitar because I was such a misfit. For me, anything was fair game” In this previously unpublished interview, the guitarist, songwriter and producer of the Cramps looks back over decades of hoodlum music

12/23/2021

What a special crew! Some helped months in advance, setting up the exhibit, working the event and helped take the exhibit down! We could not of done this as with out you!

PART I shoutout to nostalgia 11/19-12/2
curated by Yvette Serrano
May Rael, Treston Chee, Erika and Brenda Serrano, Herman Gomez Chavez, Paloma Sanchez

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PART II Blast from the Past 12/8-12/21
curated by Ana G y Reinhardt
Morgan Barnard, Greg Malone, Elektra Tropoloc, Andy Atkins, Keni Cohen, Ray Gallegos, Sonny Reinhardt, Londi Carbajal, JC Savage, Brenda Lyle-Grey, Juan Cucalon, Julie Dalness, Maida Stoller, Amelia Calsi, Lance Wilson, Elisa Baca, Elana Ables, Vivian Abeles, Jambo Café, Patty Burks & Gina Marie Aranda!

12/23/2021

THANK YOU to all these wonderful people who supported the W21 25th Treasure Trove Exhibition at The SW Annex!

Much Appreciation!

Elena Amor
Rose Aragon
Matt Bailey
Dwight Burks
Patty Burks
Rocky Casillas
Margareta Cordero
Kirk Delaplaine
Mark Dixon
Andrea Fellows Fineberg
Judy Henry
Linda Krull
Joanna Lawrence
Marcia Lucero
Marcelle Marais
Ximena Montez
Gilbert Ortiz
Sasha Pyle
Sonny Reinhardt
Fred Sandoval
Robert Thomenn
Frederico Vigil
Alaina Zachary

CHAI donated by JAMBO CAFE

12/17/2021

There was a time in the 1990's when there was a scooter craze.

There was a time in the 1990's when there was a scooter craze.

I AM 12/17/2021

I AM

Ironweed Productions presents, I AM, a short film featuring original poems and spoken word performances by eight compelling young artists from Santa Fe, Taos, and Albuquerque: 2020 Santa Fe Youth Poet Laureate Artemisio Romero y Carver, Akyra Cordova, Yovanna Estrada, JezuDePaz, Llamas, Blanca Ortiz, Teresa Romero, and Arwen Scarlata.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IW6VIXBELxc

I AM Ironweed Productions presents, I AM, a short film featuring original poems and spoken word performances by eight compelling young artists from Santa Fe, Taos...

12/12/2021

Zach Condon!

WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE updated their business hours. 12/12/2021

WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE updated their business hours.

WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE updated their business hours.

WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE updated their address. 12/12/2021

WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE updated their address.

WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE updated their address.

Timeline Photos 12/12/2021

Timeline Photos

12/12/2021

Little girl gives Theresa May a telling off

The future...

Photos from WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE's post 12/10/2021

THANK YOU TO JAMBO CAFE for CHAI Tea for tonight!

12/02/2021

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2021

A special benefit for Matt Sato with a performance by Madi Sato, ISHI and Mark Ortiz. 3-4pm.

Event is free. Donations accepted for Matt if you can.

From 1-5pm, also please join W21 to also check out the W21's 25th Anniversary Exhibition at the Midtown Campus at the Annex Gallery.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2021

A special benefit for Matt Sato with a performance by Madi Sato, ISHI and Mark Ortiz. 3-4pm.

Event is free. Donations accepted for Matt if you can.

From 1-5pm, also please join W21 to also check out the W21's 25th Anniversary Exhibition at the Midtown Campus at the Annex Gallery.

Photos from WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE's post 11/30/2021

Brian Hardgroove!

Brian, if in town will be attending Friday, December 10 at the W21 25th Anniversary Exhibition?

Brian Hardgroove is a record producer, bassist, drummer and member (on hiatus) of the legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy.

Although he’s done productions that include the extraordinary talents of Chuck D (Public Enemy), Steven Tyler & Joe Perry (Aerosmith), Burning Spear, Marc Anthony, Supertramp and The Fine Arts Militia, his most cherished work is the production of two of China’s premier punk rock bands Demerit and Brain Failure.

Hardgroove’s musical repertoire spans the genres of hip-hop, soul, rhythm and blues, rock, and reggae.

Brian participated at a variety of events at both W21 buildings. He is an advocate for youth and assists them in being more inspired in music through mentorships and promotion.

11/29/2021

Art show at W21. 2014.

Phil - a self portrait.

Art show at W21. 2014.

Phil - a self portrait.

11/29/2021

When staff and interested youth took self-defense classes at W21 due to the issues with adult homeless issues and their drinking in the Railyard and in the Railyard park. This was before any security was there to help the businesses in this area.

Instructor: Jeremiah H

When staff and interested youth took self-defense classes at W21 due to the issues with adult homeless issues and their drinking in the Railyard and in the Railyard park. This was before any security was there to help the businesses in this area.

Instructor: Jeremiah H

Past Shows 11/28/2021

Concerts and more concerts. W21 did hundreds of concerts the past 25 years.

Amazing bands, emerging and professional musicians, budding and more established promoters.

Wicked flyer designs.

However, remember to always add the year on flyers!

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11/28/2021

VOICE OF THE DRUM: + EVOLUTION + YOUTH = BREAK DANCING

Break Dancing is good for your health, your mind and well being.

11/27/2021

Band stickers basically landed on anything flat at W21 through the years.

More photos of the radical days of W21 will be seen starting Dec 10 at Midtown Campus, Annex Gallery.

Band stickers basically landed on anything flat at W21 through the years.

More photos of the radical days of W21 will be seen starting Dec 10 at Midtown Campus, Annex Gallery.

Video: The Last Word: Stephen Sondheim 11/27/2021

Video: The Last Word: Stephen Sondheim

When one gets an opportunity as a teen that creates his long life in music.

Rest in music Stephen Sondheim.

Much of your music traveled through the rooms at W21 for years!

Video: The Last Word: Stephen Sondheim In a never before seen interview, Stephen Sondheim sat down with The New York Times in June 2008 to talk about his life, career and accomplishments.

11/27/2021

Last few days to visit Yvette Serrano's 'shoutout to nostalgia" at the Annex Gallery in the Midtown Campus.

Gallery hours Sunday, Nov 28 - 9am-noon
Monday Nov 29 - 1-3pm

PART II installation begins this week with an opening December 10, 5-9pm. Same place. Curated by Ana G y Reinhardt. Two decades. Two generations.

Check out the opening of shoutout to nostalgia by @yvette_serrano_, Friday 11/19 at the Midtown Annex 6-9pm!

shoutout to nostalgia is the first part of an exhibition highlighting youth culture and the teen spaces that helped shape them, spanning from the early days of the @ccasantafe Warehouse to @warehouse.21. Part I, curated by @yvette_serrano_, will highlight a selection of flyers, VHS concert footage, photographs and memorabilia that span the 1990s-2000s.

Yvette Serrano will also debut a zine consisting of a selection of flyers and photos from the exhibition. There will be a limited number of zines available at the opening only. On December 10, the exhibition will evolve into Part II, as Ana G y Reinhardt and W21 alumni add to the space.

Yvette Serrano is an interdisciplinary artist from Santa Fe, NM. She spent her formative years at Warehouse 21 attending shows, workshops and later promoting. She obtained her BFA in Communication Design from the Santa Fe University of Art and Design and is currently and MFA candidate at Arizona State University.
#vitalspaces #santafeart #santafeartist

11/24/2021

How Playing an Instrument Benefits Your Brain

Music and thy brain!

Photos from WAREHOUSE TWENTY-ONE's post 11/24/2021

A story for W21's 25th Anniversary

When old school and new school intersects with GROUND ZERO RADIO ~

In 1992, the CCA Warehouse/Teen Project, initiated a radio show with KSFR radio in Santa Fe. Various radio instructors included Chris Goldstein, Jackie M, Marghreta Cordero and Terran Camp Lovewave. Others?

Hundreds of youth filled the air waves while being at CCA and then W21 from 1992-2007 before relocation and demolition of the old building. They traveled to the KSFR radio station every week to be on the air.

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Heading on towards the years 2008-2017, Ground Zero continued on the air at KSFR. W21 was able to initially broadcast live from the Eli Recording studio and later it became the opportunity to send mp3 files to the KSFR radio show. Radio instructors included Terran Lovewave, Kabby Kabonoff, Luke Carr James Lutz, David Tardy, Chris Riggins and more.

Another hundred or so teens were part of the Ground Zero radio in the next generation of teens.

1992-2017 = 25 years of live radio at KSFR

11/22/2021

Back in 1996, teens said...

Back in 1996, teens said...

11/21/2021

Community Service made heart rocks. Some of them still there behind W21 with less love because no one is there to take care of them.

Community Service made heart rocks. Some of them still there behind W21 with less love because no one is there to take care of them.

11/20/2021

This SUNDAY, CYBER POPPIN' BATTLE with Hip Hop University NM is sponsored by Warehouse.

11am. FREE. Live on Discord (Like Zoom)
Contact Ale: [email protected] to sign up or call 505-795-6469

This SUNDAY, CYBER POPPIN' BATTLE with Hip Hop University NM is sponsored by Warehouse.

11am. FREE. Live on Discord (Like Zoom)
Contact Ale: [email protected] to sign up or call 505-795-6469

Santa Fe native wins HBO craft competition 11/19/2021

Santa Fe native wins HBO craft competition

Another mention of Nikk Alcaraz. Applause!

He produced and presented RENT and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS as a teen at W21.

Santa Fe native wins HBO craft competition He won for his scale model of the Plaza at Christmas — set in the 1950s and overtaken by aliens.

Santa Fe native wins crafting competition TV show 11/19/2021

Santa Fe native wins crafting competition TV show

A big Bravo for Nikk!!!

Santa Fe native wins crafting competition TV show SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A Santa Fe native is getting national attention for his DIY skills while using inspiration from his home state for a winning creation. Nikk Alcaraz is a food artist and…

SFR Picks—Week of Nov. 17 11/18/2021

SFR Picks—Week of Nov. 17

SAVE THE DATES!

Warehouse 21 will be hosting TWO Exhibitions celebrating 25 years serving youth in a RETROSPECTIVE SHOWCASE.

Yvette Serrano is presenting PART I, named 'shoutout to nostalgia' that opens this Friday, November 19, 2021, 6-9pm. Other gallery hours are Nov. 22-24 from 1-3pm and Nov 26, 1-3pm.

PART II will be curated by Ana G y Reinhardt with its opening December 10, 2021 from 5-9pm entitled a 'BLAST FROM THE PAST' that will include a more extensive review of its past.

Opening Night PART II:
Friday, December 10, 5-9pm featuring music by Sonny Reinhardt, Chris Riggins, DJ Jacob Ferraro (DJ Wizdumb) and DJ Raashan Ahmad. (Special guests include Gary Myers, Keni Cohen, Jackie M, Michael Motley, Brian Hardgroove and MORE)

Saturday, December 11, 2021, 1-5pm featuring Madi Sato, ISHI and DJ Mark Ortiz (Circumference), a benefit for Matt Sato.

Sunday, December 12, 1-4pm

Thursday, December 16, Email for Appointment, Friday, December 17, 1-6pm

Saturday, December 18, 11am-4pm (During Vital Spaces Free Art Closet) featuring teen cello musician Ada Swinton and come see the Rubber Lady, a good ole' icon in SF!

https://www.sfreporter.com/arts/sfrpicks/2021/11/17/sfr-picksweek-of-nov-17/

Both exhibits will be held at the SW Annex, managed by Vital Spaces located in the Midtown Campus, 1600 St Michaels Drive, SFNM.

SFR article states:

Where the Warehouse Never Wanes

A two-part exhibit looking back at Warehouse 21 brings the nostalgia front and center

From 1996 to 2017, Warehouse 21 was the place for all things cool for Santa Fe youth. It was where the punk scene found new blood, performances were the regular thing and a DIY philosophy gave the youth a sense of control over what they wanted to do—and how they wanted to shape their community. Warehouse 21 may be a thing of the past, but its influence still ripples throughout the community.

“I’ve collected 40 years of archival materials,” former executive director Ana Gallegos y Reinhardt tells SFR. “It means so much to me. [All of this] is a historical archive of youth culture in Santa Fe.”

These decades of materials form a two-part show, kicking off with shoutout to nostalgia opening Nov. 19 at the Vital Spaces Midtown Annex (1600 St. Michael’s Drive, vitalspaces.org). The show’s curator and W21 alumnus Yvette Serrano is building a music-focused archival showcase for the first opening. The second show, Blast From the Past, A Tale of Two Warehouses, is curated by Gallegos y Reinhardt and various W21 alumni. It opens Dec. 10.

“I’ve been thinking about this for a while,” Serrano says. “I grew up there, and my siblings and I had experiences through all the programs. The paths we’ve taken in life are really due to Warehouse 21.”

Both Serrano and Gallegos y Reinhardt sorted through thousands of items, which Reinhardt describes as anything and everything she could save during her tenure.

“[There’s] a lot of photography, some published articles that are relevant about things that happened with us and the city,” Gallegos y Reinhardt explains. “We’ve got lost and found artworks, too; sometimes just things people left behind, even things I found in the trash. A lot of it stems from teen angst and depression and those kinds of things. I saved a lot of it.”

shoutout to nostalgia leans heavily into the aesthetics: old flyers from shows Serrano helped promote, VHS tapes crammed with old concerts, a massive photo collection and more—all showcasing the importance of those days and how they churned out the leaders of artistic businesses and movements popular today.

“I was really drawn to that side of things,” Serrano adds. “In a way, this is about letting go and moving on. The time feels right for that.” (Article by Riley Gardner)

SFR Picks—Week of Nov. 17 P***y recollections, q***r establishments, liquor and kittens and cool Native arts

11/17/2021

Check out the opening of shoutout to nostalgia by @yvette_serrano_, Friday 11/19 at the Midtown Annex 6-9pm!

shoutout to nostalgia is the first part of an exhibition highlighting youth culture and the teen spaces that helped shape them, spanning from the early days of the @ccasantafe Warehouse to @warehouse.21.

Part I, curated by @yvette_serrano_, will highlight a selection of flyers, VHS concert footage, photographs and memorabilia that span the 1990s-2000s.

Check out the opening of shoutout to nostalgia by @yvette_serrano_, Friday 11/19 at the Midtown Annex 6-9pm!

shoutout to nostalgia is the first part of an exhibition highlighting youth culture and the teen spaces that helped shape them, spanning from the early days of the @ccasantafe Warehouse to @warehouse.21. Part I, curated by @yvette_serrano_, will highlight a selection of flyers, VHS concert footage, photographs and memorabilia that span the 1990s-2000s.

Yvette Serrano will also debut a zine consisting of a selection of flyers and photos from the exhibition. There will be a limited number of zines available at the opening only. On December 10, the exhibition will evolve into Part II, as Ana G y Reinhardt and W21 alumni add to the space.

Yvette Serrano is an interdisciplinary artist from Santa Fe, NM. She spent her formative years at Warehouse 21 attending shows, workshops and later promoting. She obtained her BFA in Communication Design from the Santa Fe University of Art and Design and is currently and MFA candidate at Arizona State University.
#vitalspaces #santafeart #santafeartist

11/17/2021

In 2014, W21 worked with art students from a local school. They painted the outside walls of the 100 seat black box theater featuring well known people such as Einstein, Santana, Tina Turner, Johnny Depp, Hendrix and others. The work included a red carpet as they entered from an entrance.

Later, we had Ray Gallegos paint the concrete floor from the stairs that looked like a red carpet leading into the art. .

In 2014, W21 worked with art students from a local school. They painted the outside walls of the 100 seat black box theater featuring well known people such as Einstein, Santana, Tina Turner, Johnny Depp, Hendrix and others. The work included a red carpet as they entered from an entrance.

Later, we had Ray Gallegos paint the concrete floor from the stairs that looked like a red carpet leading into the art. .

Videos (show all)

Hip Hop Day, October 25, 2014, in memory of Mikey Soto
Sneak pic of film shoot, November 2019 at W21
Night of the Living Puppets ~ 1998
Site visit at SF University of Art & Design related to the TV series "The Manhattan Project".
W21 Day of the Dead event 1996
2005 production at W21
2000 Open Mic at W21
Open Mic Night 2000 with Quinn Tincher
Open Mic Night 2000 at W21

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General information

Warehouse 21, an Arts, Media & Entertainment Community Center, serves young people through mentorships in the arts, and encourages all ages community engagement by combining collaborative resources. In summer 2017, Warehouse 21 (W21) enters into its 9th year in this city facility in the Railyard in downtown Santa Fe. During this transformative period, W21 also celebrates its 21th Anniversary! Unique programs have served hundreds of young people from all backgrounds, subcultures and experiences. Most of all, W21, was a place where individuals could find their passions that provide inspiration for their creative works of art through both paid and volunteer opportunities, acting as a seasoned peers, or working with professionals. W21's youth and others also supported W21 through event management, product development, promoting, facility management, mural art, producing, tech support, mentorships, volunteerism and entertainment. Entertainers come from Santa Fe, surrounding areas and from out of state. Volunteers include Community Service from Teen, Magistrate and Municipal Court, local High Schools and people who just want to give an extra hand! Who Owns the Building? The City of Santa Fe. W21 has a land lease and a building lease that we are responsible for. Who Owns the Parking Lot behind W21? The City of Santa Fe. Is W21 a City Program? No. We relied on community donations, earned income and grants. As a 501(c3) organization that offered free or low fee events and programs, community contributions supported ongoing innovative programs. Individual unrestricted contributions give us the most flexibility and stability. Thank you for your support!
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