Future Shock Exhibition

SITE Santa Fe's grand re-opening exhibition, Future Shock examines our dynamic and decisive moment in global history and looks to the challenges and possibilities of the future. Future Shock is a large-scale exhibition of works by international artists that articulates the profound impact of the acceleration of technological, social, and structural change upon contemporary life. Future […]

COSMOS – A Group Exhibition at Photo Eye Gallery

Cosmos celebrates of humanity’s fascination with the vast expanse beyond Earth’s boundaries. In this group exhibition, six diverse photographers focus on heavenly bodies as a means to convey sublime notions of time, scale, and splendor. Cosmos reminds us how tiny, quick, and precious life is while engaging a fundamental curiosity. Collectively, these works create a […]

“Iris” – Stephen Auger

IRIS merges rhythmic sound, pulsating light, and vibrational resonance, induces bodily experience beyond the boundaries of the intellectual mind. Engineered by top-tier scientists, creatives, and programmers, the IRIS sensorium hovers at an electric intersection of neuroscience, art, and entertainment. “Three parts neurobiology and one part magic,” says creator Stephen Auger, “each IRIS encounter generates a custom […]

Cosmodity Market

Come peruse the InterPlanetary Cosmodity Market for all manner of out-of-this-world wares. Located along the Ramada Walk adjacent to our Food Truck Court, the Cosmodity Market is the perfect opportunity to pick up a trinket (or three)! This year's Cosmodity Market features vendors including: Cheryl Art Casden - Original artworks and wears by Cheryl Casden […]

Meet Luna City

Meet Luna City is an immersive experience that brings its audience face to face with people who live on the Moon in the year 2175. Through this dialogue, the audience explores a rich reality of humans in space and the challenges of forming habitat and society beyond the Earth. In the framing fiction of Meet […]

Refueling Station (Food and Drink)

Check out the Food Truck Lot for tasty treats all throughout this year's InterPlanetary Festival! Participants include: Bang Bite Filling Station Freezie Fresh – Everyone loves ice cream, but there are more ways to enjoy this sweet treat besides the traditional scoop and cone. Thai rolled ice cream — named after the distinctive rolled shape of the […]

Sandboxes to Think & Play With

Railyard Plaza 1612 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Biophysicist Shawn Douglas and designer Chaim Gingold discuss their inspirations and strategies for building computational tools that introduce new ways to play and think. Recently, they have been collaborating on Gelbox, a simulation and visualization tool for teaching Gel Electrophoresis—a notoriously hard to learn yet foundational tool in biology. This project grew directly out Shawn’s […]

The Illegal Aliens

The Illegal Aliens are a Punk/Metal band focused on having fun and making sweet tunes. They address politics and other issues in their songs in a humorous and energetic way.

Earth Primer

Presented by Earth Primer creator Chaim Gingold.  

Autonomous Ecosystems

What’s the minimal requirement for a self-sustaining ecosystem? Ecosystems crash all the time, closed ones included, what does a fully closed, man-made, functional ecosystem look like? What processes lead to living planets? What’s required for stable ecosystems and long-term stability? Are we capable of building an autonomous ecosystem? Are there general signs of the impact […]

Planetary Policy & Regulation

What is the best operating system to run a planet? Who governs? Who owns? Who rewards and punishes? How can we evolve law and regulation to reflect the larger systems within which we live? What can the regulation of terrestrial ecosystems teach us about our opportunities and limitations as a species in stewarding each other […]

DJ Tomas O’Halloran

Tomas O'Halloran will play an awesome set during the Opening Day of the InterPlanetary Festival. Check out some of his mixes on his SoundCloud, deejaytomas.

A WISC Fellows Presentation

"My WISC project is a book called Engineered for Greatness, about Raye J. Montague, a "hidden figure" of the Navy. Montague is unique in her achievements in a male dominated field. When she graduated high school in the 1950’s, minorities were not allowed to study engineering at the University of Arkansas. After graduation from college […]

Time Design

What is the nature of time? Is time real? Is time an invention? Can we control time? Is the universe aging? Will it die? Could we live forever organically? In simulation? How could/will the Singularity affect human time? Is consciousness infinite? What’s the half-life of a civilization? What’s the half life of planet? How can […]

Book Signing – Martine Rothblatt

After the Time Design Panel, join Martine Rothblatt under the water tower for further discussion and for a signing of her book "Virtually Human: The Promise - and the Peril - of Digital Immortality".

Motion & Energy Technology

How do we get there? How do we get there without using the earth as our fuel? What is the ideal fuel source? Will InterPlanetary travel require fundamentally new motion and energy technologies? Is nuclear tech a realistic solution? Why? Should space crafts be autonomous vehicles? Will space cities be planetary establishments or will we […]

Forbidden Planet with Jonah Nolan!

TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE! In this sci-fi classic, a spacecraft travels to the distant planet Altair IV to discover the fate of a group of scientists sent there decades earlier. When Commander John J. Adams (Leslie Nielsen) and his crew arrive, they discover only two people: Dr. Morbius (Walter Pidgeon) and his daughter, Altaira (Anne Francis), […]

The Breakthrough Initiatives: Search for Life in the Universe

At the Royal Society in London on July 20, 2015, Yuri Milner, Stephen Hawking and Lord Martin Rees announced a set of initiatives — a scientific programme aimed at finding evidence of technological life beyond Earth entitled ‘Breakthrough Listen. In addition, atop the One World Trade Center in New York on April 20, 2016, Breakthrough […]

Book Signing – Neal Stephenson

After the Motion and Energy technology panel, join Neal Stephenson for further conversation and for a signing of his most recent novels "The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O." and (the very InterPlanetary) "Seveneves".  

The Fifth Element with Scott Ross

In the 23rd century, a New York City cabbie, Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis), finds the fate of the world in his hands when Leeloo (Milla Jovovich) falls into his cab. As the embodiment of the fifth element, Leeloo needs to combine with the other four to keep the approaching Great Evil from destroying the world. […]

The Sticky

The Sticky is a live funk collective from Santa Fe New Mexico consisting of creative artists at the top of their craft. Their mission is to use the essential tools of layered harmonies, killer horns, heavy grooves, and subsonic motion to assist all in ascending from the hips.  40 years of Revolutionary Funk & Soul anthems as well as […]

Ozomatli – Presented by SFI and AMP

LIVE and ABSOLUTELY FREE. Since its inception in 1995, innovation and creativity have defined Ozomatli. Hailing from Los Angeles, the group found a way to represent the city's eclectic culture through music that appeals to the local community and the world beyond. Ozomatli's success is exemplified in an impressive variety of genres from classic to […]

Living in Space

How different will our day to day be on another planet? Will it be on another planet or in a spaceship? What will we endure physically to live in space? Who says it will be any different than life on earth? Where can we live? What will we eat? Will it be comfortable or uncomfortable? […]

Future Evolution of the Brain-Body on Earth and Space

Sustained space occupation will necessarily involve putting people under prolonged stresses that will challenge physical and mental resilience. There are a vast array of tools available today to alter and improve our cognitive and metabolic well-being, efficiency, and physical performance.Sound, vibration, and light offer a dynamic method to entrain cortical brainwaves of working teams to the timing […]

Origins of Life in Space

When considering the origins (and possibilities) of life in space, there are many complex and interweaving questions to find the answers for. How likely is it that we will find life in space? How to we even calculate that likelihood? Where do we look, and what are the best methods to use in our search? […]

Intelligent Systems

What is intelligence? If we as humans consider ourselves to be the pinnacle of intelligence, at least in terms of tangible accomplishments as a species, do we expect to find this same level and occurence of intelligence mirrored in any extraterrestrial life we come across? Do we expect that intelligent life to be organic, or […]

Rob Schwimmer – Theremin & the Incredible Haken Continuum

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zj8jD2uBkmw Schwimmer also recently completed 2 commissions from The Metropolitan Museum while Polygraph Lounge has received and performed 2 commissions from Carnegie Hall for full length concerts. Among the long list of artists Schwimmer has worked with are Simon and Garfunkel,Wayne Shorter, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stevie Wonder, Bobby McFerrin, Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, The Orchestra […]

Lunar Bases: Past & Future

Presented by Rutgers University's Haym Benaroya What might a habitat on the Moon look like? Even though we are a couple of decades from a permanent settlement on the Moon, we have been considering and studying what the habitats might look like since before the Apollo era. Initially, they will be pressurized cylinders, like the […]

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

As Adm. James T. Kirk (William Shatner) and Capt. Spock (Leonard Nimoy) monitor trainees at Starfleet Academy, another vessel from the United Federation of Planets is about to try out the planet-creating Genesis Device in a seemingly deserted portion of space. In the process, two of Kirk's officers are captured by Khan (Ricardo Montalban), an […]

Book Signing (Haym Benaroya)

Join Haym Benaroya for a signing of his book "Building Habitats on the Moon: Engineering Approaches to Lunar Settlements".

Social and Economic Engineering

All life on earth is social life, what are its limits? Are our social institutional systems the best there are? Could you have one planet that was one nation? How can we optimize equality, efficiency as a function of system architecture and size? Are terrestrial institutions the best that the universe has to offer? Do […]

The Future of Human Exploration on Mars

The presentation “The Future of Human Exploration on Mars” will outline the current strategies and mission architecture for future human exploration of Mars using two NASA-recognized exploration zones: Mesopotamia and Protonilus Mensae (Gallegos and Newsom, 2015).

Book Signing (Cory Doctorow)

Join Cory Doctorow after the Social and Economic Engineering panel for a signing of his most recent books, "Walkaway" and "Information Doesn't Want to be Free".

Visualization and Designing the Impossible

Is art the best means to communicate with others? Is art the most effective means of communication in general? Visually? Musically? Linguistically? Should we send an artist into space? Should we bring art with us at the risk of precious and expensive payload? Should they have brought a poet? Was Jodie Foster right? Do other […]

The End of the World?

Do we have the intelligence, socially and technologically to save the earth? Is it too late? Do climate scientists have to become climate engineers? Do we have to radically change the way we live and consume to allow for continued life on earth, or will technology save us? Is talking about interplanetary travel irresponsible? Is […]

Blue Frontiers: Creating Sustainable Floating Islands with Unique Governing Frameworks

Seasteading provides solutions to challenging global problems in the realms of governance, economics, sustainability, engineering, and society. The Seasteads we develop will create much needed competition in governance, use blockchain technology for more transparent interactions, and bring thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of investment into their local regions. Seasteading is one of the […]

Book Signing (Annalee Newitz)

Join Annalee Newitz for a signing of her novel "Autonomous", as well as her non-fiction work "Scatter, Adapt, and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction".

JiHAE

"Beautiful, mystical and poetic." - New York Times "Downtown cool from Lou Reed to Deborah Harry to The Strokes all in one!" - Wall Street Journal JiHAE 's latest LP 'Illusion of You' features her co-write with the legendary Leonard Cohen and Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) on song, 'It Just Feels'. During her burgeoning artistic career, […]

Han Solo Showings

I have reset the sensors to scan for frequencies outside the usual range. By emitting harmonic vibrations to shatter the lattices. We will monitor and adjust the frequency of the resonators. He has this ability of instantly interpreting and extrapolating any verbal communication he hears. It may be due to the envelope over the structure, […]

Terminator 2 with Scott Ross

In this sequel set eleven years after "The Terminator," young John Connor (Edward Furlong), the key to civilization's victory over a future robot uprising, is the target of the shape-shifting T-1000 (Robert Patrick), a Terminator sent from the future to kill him. Another Terminator, the revamped T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger), has been sent back to protect […]

Max Cooper – Presented by SFI and Meow Wolf

  Presented by SFI and Meow Wolf. Absolutely Free https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=Kpm1l0HfkV0 Max Cooper has carved out a unique position for himself as an artist interested in creating multi-sensory experiences across emotional dance floor experimentation, fine art sound design and visual artefacts created to understand and process the insights of science through works of art.

Opening Remarks

With InterPlanetary Festival Director Caitlin McShea and Santa Fe Institute President David Krakauer.

Zen and the Art of Space Exploration

First Panel Discussion of the 2019 InterPlanetary Festival. How do we prepare – physically and psychologically – for impossible, exhilarating, and terrifying feats? What goes through the mind before a solo trek across the South Pole, a free climb up a seemingly insurmountable mountain, a manned mission to Mars?  

A Trip to the Moon (1902)

Screening of A Trip to the Moon (originally Le Voyage dans la Lune), a 1902 French silent film directed by Georges MĂŠliès. It features an ensemble cast of French theatrical performers, led by MĂŠliès himself in the main role of Professor Barbenfouillis, and is filmed in the overtly theatrical style for which MĂŠliès became famous. The film was […]

Microbes Create the Information Superhighway for Agriculture

Ellen Jorgensen, CSO of Carverr, Inc., will be speaking about the future of food traceability by integrating digital and natural worlds. What if we could use microbes as small tracking and sensing devices to learn where our food goes and what happens to it along the way?

Planetary Society Podcast (Planetary Radio)

The Planetary Society will be recording an episode of Planetary Radio live from the Interplanetary Festival. Join them at 1:00 pm in the Expo tent, as they interview Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, who collectively write as James SA Corey, about their work on the book series behind the popular The Expanse television series.

Tone Ranger

Musical performance by Santa Fean "Tone Ranger" (AKA Alex Simon), dance music that embodies the magnetic and supernatural beauty of the American Southwest. Blending deep house rhythms with ethereal instrumentation (lap steel, harmonica, whistling, voice), he has earned a reputation as one of the region's most original and sought-after live electronic acts. Co-presented by AMP […]

Extremophile Cities

As people continue to flock to cities, new developments in urban design, architecture, and technology are transforming how we live, work, commute, eat, and learn in urban environments. The rapid rise of the Digital Age has all but reinvented our day-to-day urban lives, as breakthroughs in science and technology muddy the waters between the physical […]

Oceans First, Space Second

Zero-gravity environments. Alien intelligence. Sustainable algae-based food. The next universe is the ocean. In fact settling the oceans is the best way to save this planet, and the best way to save us from ourselves. The sustainability department at NASA Ames watched The Eight Great Moral Imperatives of Seasteading video series and invited Joe Quirk […]

Building Life From Scratch

The origin of life on Earth remains a hotly contested question among scientists. Maybe life began in the depths of the ocean, or with an electric spark, or in a small pond that repeatedly dried. Perhaps the answer to this question will be found through our understanding of the role that RNA played in the […]

This Week In Science Podcast

Kiki Sanford and the crew from This Week in Science Podcast will be recording an episode of their seminal and scientific podcast live from the InterPlanetary Festival on June 15th. Join them at 4:15 as they update InterPlanetary Fest goers on the most interesting science advancements and announcements from that week, and interview Santa Fe […]

The Science of Vintage Space

In the early days of the space race, Los Alamos National Laboratory played a critical role in developing sensors for satellites to detect nuclear explosions in space—but it also paid huge scientific dividends. Those sensors ultimately led to important astronomical discoveries, including the discovery of gamma-ray bursts and insights into solar storms and their impacts […]

Lindy Vision

Musical performance by New Mexican indie-rock band Lindy Vision. Co-presented by AMP Concerts

Alien – Introduced by James SA Corey!

Free screening of Alien (1979), with special introduction by James S.A. Corey duo Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. Space is limited (and no one can hear you scream).

NMPAS presents “Music of the Spheres”

InterPlanetary Partner Event: NMPAS Presents "Music of Spheres" at the Immaculate Heart Retreat Center. This very special program takes place on the same weekend as the Santa Fe Institute’s “Interplanetary Festival” and is an exciting event that incorporates several art forms and astrophysics. Patricia Henning, a UNM astrophysicist and member of the New Mexico Bach Chorale, explores […]

That1Guy

Co-presented by AMP Concerts

Itchy-O

Musical performance by Denver-based percussion-centered electronic performance group "Itchy-O". Itchy-O creates transcendent musical experiences by blending many cultural iconographies in an effort to provide a distinctive offering that dissolves familiarities, awakens possibilities, and employs the true nature and power of hive-minded ceremony. With a performance troupe of over 50+ musicians, dancers, puppeteers, and special effects […]

Afterparty at CURRENTS

Keep the party going after Itchy-O's set ends by joining SFI at El Museo Cultural for the Official InterPlanetary Afterparty, hosted by CURRENTS New Media 2019. Admission is FREE from 10:00 pm - 12:00 pm, so head over to experience the 10th anniversary CURRENTS New Media Festival Installation, enjoy a live musical performance by local DJ […]

World Building

Using our innate senses of creativity and invention, we can tell stories about all kinds of places that never were and might never be. We can talk about what life is like in a human colony on Mars or chronicle what would happen in an alternative history where World War II never took place. We […]

Innovations and Ideas Expo

As part of the InterPlanetary Festival, the Innovations & Ideas Expo features interactive and experiential booths with participants from academia, to AR/VR, to biotechnology. June 15th & 16th from 12-6PM, in the Expo Tent! Participating Booths InterPlanetary Podcast Stage - Some of the best science-oriented Podcasts will be recording episodes live from the Expo Podcast […]

Area 21 Beer Garden

The Area 21 Beer Garden is a new addition to the InterPlanetary Festival, and will be your one-stop-shop for an array of different beers, wines, and ciders. As the name suggests, the Beer Garden is 21+ and requires a valid I.D. to enter – so don’t forget your wallet at home! Vendors within the Garden are: Second […]

Powers of Ten

Screening of Powers of Ten (1977), a scientific short film depicting the scale of the Universe (by factors of ten). Written and directed by Charles and Ray Eames. In 1998, Powers of Ten was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Overview Effect

“All these things that may seem big and impossible … We can do this. Peace on Earth — No problem. It gives people that type of energy … that type of power, and I have experienced that.” - Anousheh Ansari, one of the earliest space tourists in history.   Seeing the earth from space is one of the most […]

James S.A. Corey (Daniel Abraham & Ty Franck) Book Signing

Join Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, the duo behind sci-fi author James S.A. Corey, after their appearance in the World Building panel for a book signing at the SFI Press booth (just outside the entrance to the SITE Auditorium).

Lost Aliens

Musical performance by Denver-based band Lost Aliens. Co-presented by AMP Concerts

Rebecca Roanhorse Book Signing

Come to the SFI Press Booth for New Mexican author Rebecca Roanhorse's book signing, following her participation in the World Building panel on the Main Stage.

Time Panel

Time often feels like it’s moving at a different pace. Five minutes can feel like an eternity when you’re waiting for the heat from a habanero pepper to fade, but three hours can feel like no time at all when you’re having dinner with an old friend. Children seem to grow up at an astonishing […]

Joe Quirk Book Signing

Seasteading Institute's President, Joe Quirk, will be signing copies of his Seasteading: How Floating Nations Will Restore the Environment, Enrich the Poor, Cure the Sick, and Liberate Humanity from Politicians at the SFI press booth

Diverse Intelligence

Orangutans, octopuses, and ravens might appear to have little in common, but they are among the most intelligent species on Earth, capable of recognizing faces and using tools. For animals of lesser individual intelligence, they often make better decisions by using the collective wisdom of the entire group. Flocks of birds rely on group intel […]

J.W. Rinzler Book Signing

Come to the SFI Press Booth to meet J.W. Rinzler and pick up one of a limited number of copies of The Making of Planet of the Apes, as well as see an advanced copy of his upcoming title, The Making of Alien.

Mindscape Live Podcast Recording

Join Sean Carroll of Mindscape (and the Time Panel!) for a live podcast recording of his interview with chemist Kate Adamala!

Sunspring

In the wake of Google's AI Go victory, filmmaker Oscar Sharp turned to his technologist collaborator Ross Goodwin to build a machine that could write screenplays. They created "Jetson" and fueled him with hundreds of sci-fi TV and movie scripts. Building a team including Thomas Middleditch, star of HBO's Silicon Valley, they gave themselves 48 […]

Nicholas de Monchaux Book Signing

Come to the SFI Press Booth to pick up a signed copy of Nicholas de Monchaux's Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo prior to his presentation entitled "The Making of the Moon Suit" introducing a free screening of the 2019 documentary Apollo 11.

The Family Stone

Performance by "The Family Stone" featuring Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and Original Founding Members of Sly & The Family Stone, Jerry Martini and Greg Errico featuring Phunne Stone. Co-presented by AMP Concerts

Apollo 11 (2019 Documentary)

Free screening of Apollo 11, a 2019 American documentary film edited, produced, and directed by Todd Douglas Miller. It focuses on the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, the first spaceflight to land humans on the Moon. The film consists solely of archival footage, including 70 mm film that was previously unreleased to the public, and does not feature narration or interviews. This screening […]

Creative Black Futures

The uniquely cataclysmic outcomes that climate change, food shortages, and once-in-a-lifetime weather events will have on Black people is a question that recent history has already begun to answer. Hurricanes Maria and Katrina, the 2010 Haitian earthquake, among other crises have made it clear that Black people and people of color will shoulder the burden […]

The Sticky

Co-presented by AMP Concerts

*CANCELED* Emergent Engineering Week

Railyard Plaza 1612 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Humans still struggle to engineer complex systems. Our position is that the engineering premise is fatally flawed when it comes to complexity and that we need a new paradigm. This week explores the ideas needed to inform this paradigm shift. Existing biological interventions offer some clues regarding necessary elements for such a framework. Like neuroprosthetics and […]

*CANCELED* Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)

Violet Crown 1606 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Screening of Colossus: The Forbin Project (a.k.a. The Forbin Project), specially introduced by Santa Fe Institute President David Krakauer. The Forbin Project is a 1970 American science fiction thriller film about an advanced American defense system, named Colossus, becoming sentient. After being handed full control, Colossus' draconian logic expands on its original nuclear defense directives to assume total control of the world and […]

*CANCELED* Concert Series – Presented by AMP Concerts

Railyard Plaza 1612 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Free, live music every Friday in the Railyard Plaza all summer long! Concerts presented by AMP Concerts, sponsored by Falling Colors, and additionally supported by the InterPlanetary Festival.

*CANCELED* Jonathan Blow Keynote

Jean Cocteau Cinema 418 Montezuma Avenue, Santa Fe

Special Keynote talk on the theme of "Emergent Engineering" with Jonathan Blow.

*CANCELED* Art/Science Talk with Joerael Numina

San Miguel Chapel 401 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe

As part of Emergent Engineering Week, we converse with Joerael Numina about his "Mobilize Walls" project, which seeks to out-scale and out-(sm)art Trump's proposed Mexican/American border wall. He'll also discuss his piece "Voyager," commissioned by the Santa Fe Institute for IP2020, and the various complex themes throughout the image.

*CANCELED* Astrobiology and Life Detection Week

Railyard Plaza 1612 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

The origin of life on Earth remains a hotly contested question among scientists. Maybe life began in the depths of the ocean, or with an electric spark, or in a small pond that repeatedly dried. Perhaps the answer to this question will be found through our understanding of the role that RNA played in the […]

*CANCELED* Ikarie XB-1 (1963)

Violet Crown 1606 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Specially introduced screening of Ikarie XB-1 (released in the United States as Voyage to the End of the Universe), a 1963 Czechoslovak science fiction film directed by Jindřich Polák. It is based loosely on the novel The Magellanic Cloud, by Stanisław Lem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msm5BdK35us

*CANCELED* Astrobiology & Life Detection Panel

SITE Santa Fe 1606 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Santa Fe

A panel discussion on life detection investigations deployed place today, what those technologies are seeking, what information we're receiving, and what it all means. This panel is partially supported by the National Science Foundation.

*CANCELED* Concert Series – Presented by AMP Concerts

Railyard Plaza 1612 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Free, live music every Friday in the Railyard Plaza all summer long! Concerts presented by AMP Concerts, sponsored by Falling Colors, and additionally supported by the InterPlanetary Festival.

*CANCELED* Planetary Society Podcast

Form & Concept 435 S Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe

Live recording of returning InterPlanetary guest Planetary Society podcast with Mat Kaplan, on the topic of Astrobiology & Life Detection.

*CANCELED* Contact with a Triparental Alien Species

San Miguel Chapel 401 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe

Started in 2016, 72 Hours of Science is an SFI tradition that challenges postdoctoral researchers to produce an interdisciplinary publication in three days. In November of 2019, 14 SFI postdocs withdrew to an isolated research location to accomplish, in just 72 hours, a monumental task — decoding the first complex communication from an alien civilization.* […]

*CANCELED* Truth or Consequences (2020)

Violet Crown 1606 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Truth or Consequences is a speculative documentary about time and how we weave the past into the present and our possible future. Set in the small desert town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, the film takes place in the shadow of the world's first commercial Spaceport. Subtly set in a near future when space […]

*CANCELED* Concert Series – Presented by AMP Concerts

Railyard Plaza 1612 Alcaldesa Street, Santa Fe

Free, live music every Friday in the Railyard Plaza all summer long! Concerts presented by AMP Concerts, sponsored by Falling Colors, and additionally supported by the InterPlanetary Festival.

*CANCELED* Jessika Trancik Keynote

Jean Cocteau Cinema 418 Montezuma Avenue, Santa Fe

MIT Associate Professor of Energy Studies Jessica Trancik speaks about sustainable energy technologies for this Motion and Energy Keynote Presentation.

*CANCELED* “La JetĂŠe,” Live-Scored on Theremin

To Be Determined Santa Fe

La JetĂŠe is a 1962 French science fiction featurette directed by Chris Marker and associated with the Left Bank artistic movement. Constructed almost entirely from still photos, it tells the story of a post-nuclear war experiment in time travel. This special screening will be live-scored by Rob Schwimmer (a.k.a Carlos Antenna), previous InterPlanetary performer, who […]