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Higher Ed Commission Approves Film Program Change»

Santa Fe, NM | Oct 25, 2013 –

The Higher Learning Commission has approved a request from the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) that allows the college to change its film program from film and graphic design to solely a film concentration. Under the old New Media Arts program, students could take a moving images or a design and interactive design track. […]

Business as Usual Despite Federal Shutdown»

Santa Fe, NM | Oct 1, 2013 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) will continue its regular schedule of classes and other business today despite the federal government shutdown. President Dr. Robert Martin and Chief Financial Officer Lawrence T. Mirabal are ensuring the continuity of operations at IAIA. “Classes and student support services, e.g., café, computer lab, counseling, tutoring, and financial […]

IAIA to Represent Native America at China Expo»

Santa Fe, NM | Sep 10, 2013 –

IAIA alumna and faculty member Linda Lomahaftewa and alumni Melissa Cody and Steve LaRance will be the first Native American artists to participate in a Culture Expo in China during October. They will be displaying and selling their art at the West Lake International Expo on Traditional Craftsmanship, which is held under the auspices of […]

Artist Dale Chihuly to Speak at IAIA»

Santa Fe, NM | Aug 27, 2013 –

Internationally acclaimed artist Dale Chihuly will have a free public lecture at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) on September 27. Chihuly will speak about some of his most iconic projects and installations, including Chihuly Over Venice and Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the IAIA auditorium located […]

IAIA Acquires Houser Sculpture For Benefit Auction»

Santa Fe, NM | Aug 8, 2013 –

Honoring the 20th anniversary of his gift to the school, the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) has acquired the bronze prototype of a prominent sculpture created and donated in 1993 by former IAIA instructor and renown artist Allan Houser. The Houser family donated the prototype with the hope that the proceeds from its auction […]

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