Recursos de Santa Fe is a 501(c)3 educational non-profit founded in 1984 by Ellen Bradbury Reid and Ginger Richardson. Since its inception, Recursos has offered educational programming, including workshops for writers and scholarly conferences. The mainstay of our business has been, and continues to be, unforgettable, idea-driven trips for curious people throughout the greater Southwest, Latin America, and beyond. Our staff--working as Royal Road Tours--brings years of expertise, academic and scholarly fluency, and an unerring instinct for getting beyond the ordinary itinerary to something extraordinary. Clients such as The School for Advanced Research, The Smithsonian, The American Museum for Natural History, Harvard University, Art Institute of Chicago, Yale University and others agree.
Ellen Bradbury Reid - Founder
Ellen Bradbury Reid grew up in Los Alamos, where her father worked on the Manhattan Project. She became an art historian, and worked on Mabel Dodge Lujan’s papers at the Beinecke Library, Yale University. She served as Curator of Primitive Art at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and also as the Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe (now the NM Museum of Art). She has published several books, including From the Far Away Nearby (on Georgia O’Keeffe); Contemporary Mexican Art and Design; and I Wear the Morning Star, a catalogue of material culture related to the Native American Ghost Dance of the 1890s. More recently she has been working on the history and legacy of the Manhattan Project, serving as a consultant for Race for the World’s First Atomic Bomb: A Thousand Days of Fear (PBS/BBC, 2015). She has published in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist, and recently organized the conference, “Legacies of the Manhattan Project,” held in 2015 at the Santa Fe Institute. She is currently consulting for the Santa Fe Opera, for a new production of John Adams’s Dr. Atomic, to be presented in 2017.
Ellen Bradbury Reid, Board President
Lauren Reid, Treasurer
E. Logan Wagner, PhD