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Adam Latham


Adam Latham joined the Foundation in 2023.  The majority of Adam’s career has been in Accounting roles for non-profit, performing arts organizations—notably the Old Globe Theatre and La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, California.  Since moving to Santa Fe in 2020, he has been eager to return to work in the arts and is excited to join the team at Holt/Smithson.

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Brenda Folstad

Head of Operations & Finance

Brenda Folstad joined the Foundation team as the inaugural Head of Operations & Finance in 2018. She holds a Bachelor of the Arts with a Major in Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.  Since discovering a passion for accounting and becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in 1999, she has worked primarily in the field of nonprofit auditing and tax compliance. She continued work with nonprofits and small businesses after establishing her own accounting firm in 2004, a move that allowed her to further explore her passion for the arts and art making.

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Lisa Le Feuvre

Executive Director

Lisa Le Feuvre is a curator, writer, editor, and public speaker. She became inaugural Executive Director of Holt/Smithson Foundation in 2018 and with the staff and Board teams has built the Foundation from the ground up. Committed to communicating and testing ideas, she has curated more than seventy exhibitions as an institutional and independent curator, edited over thirty books and journals, spoken at 150 museums and universities across the world, and has published more than 125 essays and interviews with artists. Previously based in the UK, she led the Henry Moore Institute from 2010 through 2017, directed the contemporary art program at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich (2005-09), and was an academic based in the graduate Curatorial Program at Goldsmiths College, and Course Director of the graduate program in Arts Policy and Management at Birkbeck College, University of London.

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Natalie Rae Good

Collection Manager & Registrar

Natalie Rae Good joined the Foundation in 2020 as Collection Manager. Natalie received a BFA from Calvin University in 2009 with a concentration in Sculpture and Art History. Since that time she has worked with various galleries and institutions, including The Chinati Foundation, MoMa PS1, and David Zwirner Gallery, to produce exhibitions, support public programs, and build inventory management systems. Upon relocating to New Mexico from New York in 2017, Natalie worked as a studio assistant to Charles Ross at his land art site, Star Axis. In addition to her role as Collection Manager & Registrar, Natalie is an artist with an interest in the natural world and the structures which attempt to control it.

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William T. Carson

Program Manager & Assistant Curator

William T. Carson joined the Foundation in 2019. He is an artist whose work is informed by the landscapes in which he grew up: a cattle ranch in rural southeastern Montana and a small island in the Salish Sea. William studied architecture at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, and in 2015 he graduated from Colorado College BA with Distinction in Art Studio. Previously William worked at Twyla, an art and technology startup company in Austin, Texas. William is represented by Nüart Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

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