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Seismic Shift at Warehouse 21 | News | Santa Fe Reporter


"Not true," W21 board treasurer Kim Langbecker tells SFR by phone. "Ana has been looking forward to taking off a very heavy set of keys for a long time."

The board announced via press release today that Gallegos y Reinhardt "is moving on" and the organization plans to update operations and programming in the new year as the rebranded Studio Center of Santa Fe, though the details are scarce.

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