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19th Navajo Studies Conference at IAIA’s Center for Lifelong Education»

Santa Fe, NM | Feb 22, 2012 –

Online registration is now open for the event, which will be held March 14-17, 2012, at IAIA’s Center for Lifelong Education (CLE).

Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Winter Exhibition Schedule 2012»

Santa Fe, NM | Jan 12, 2012 –

Five decades of art education at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) has produced a large body of thought-provoking work. Beginning in January, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) offers five exhibitions in its Winter line-up featuring art from its vast national collection.

An Artful Finish: IAIA, BFA Graduate Exhibition»

Santa Fe, NM | Mar 10, 2011 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts announces the 2011 BFA Graduate Art Exhibition, Literary Readings and Film Screenings. The opening reception for “Memory, Texture and Time” is in conjunction with the exhibit opening of “HIDE: Skin as Material and Metaphor” at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.

Institute of American Indian Arts Archives Acquires Lloyd H. New Papers»

Santa Fe, NM | Nov 24, 2010 –

The archives of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is proud to announce the acquisition of the Lloyd H. New Papers. New’s widow, Aysen New of Santa Fe, New Mexico, generously donated the collection to IAIA on November 12, 2010. Lloyd H. New, known professionally as Lloyd “Kiva” New, was hired by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1961 as the first art director of IAIA and held the position of president of the Institute from 1968 until his retirement in 1978.

Over $100,000 Raised for Scholarships at Annual IAIA Event»

Santa Fe, NM | Jul 20, 2010 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is pleased to announce that “The ‘80s: A Totally Rad Revolution” gala, which occurred August 18, 2010 at the historic La Fonda on the Plaza, raised nearly $110,000 for student scholarships and programs—nearly $20,000 more than last year’s event. IAIA President Robert Martin (Cherokee Nation) said, “We are thrilled that this event was so successful, and are incredibly grateful to our donors for their unwavering support. The money raised will help individual students, which in turn supports our important mission of empowering creativity and leadership in Native arts and cultures.”

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