|Sant Khalsa's work to be shown in the Joshua Treenial, a Desert X parallel project at BoxoHOUSE in Joshua Tree on March 31–April 2, 2017.
Sant Khalsa curates Desert Waters for the Marks Art Center on the campus of College of the Desert in Palm Desert. The exhibition is a thematic group photography exhibition that looks at a range of ideas and concerns about water (and of lack of it) in the California Desert with specific focus on the Coachella Valley. Exhibition receptions are scheduled for Thursday, March 9 and Sunday, March 12 (Times TBA). Exhbition runs from Febraury 27 - April 16, 2017. Artists to be announced soon!
A solo exhibition, Sant Khalsa: Confluence will be shown at the Marks Art Center on the campus of College of the Desert in Palm Desert. Exhibition receptions are scheduled for Thursday, March 9 and Sunday, March 12 (Times TBA). Exhbition runs from Febraury 27 - April 16, 2017. The show features artworks produced by Khalsa from 1989 to the present focused on the subject of water.
Sant Khalsa featured in this year's Palm Springs Life ART+CULTURE magazine. "Images into Action" wriiten by Shana Nys Dambrot and photograph by Rennie Solis.
Sant Khalsa has wriiten the essay for Sam Mellon's forthcoming photographic monograph about Bandelier National Monument published by Thistle & Weed publications.
Sant Khalsa: Intimate Landscapes opens on November 21 from 5 - 7 pm at the RAFFMA Art Museum on the campus of CSU San Bernardino.
Sant Khalsa is the 2016 invited Artist-in-Residence at Pasadena City College. https://www.pasadena.edu/air/
Sant Khalsa has been named the Society for Photographic Education's West Region 2015 Honored Educator.
The Being Here and There exhibition, guest curated by Sant Khalsa recieved three reviews. One is the cover story in the December 2014 issue of Artweek.La. The review "Everything To Do With the Way We See" is reviewed by Betty Ann Brown. Colin Westerbeck wrote "The Here and Now, from A to Z" for Artillery in the March 2015 issue and the show was featured in KCET Artbound.
Sant Khalsa and her Western Waters project were featured in the art21 Short: Andrea Zittel High Desert Test Sites.