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Institute of American Indian Arts Receives 96 Boxes of Art Books – Rare Books and Shelving Unit donated by Dr. Daniel Powers»

Santa Fe, NM | May 12, 2015 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is pleased to announce that it has received a generous donation of 96 boxes of rare art books and a shelving unit from Dr. Daniel Powers.  The books, part of his father’s collection, will be used to expand the resources of IAIA’s Library. Dr. Powers, a long-time supporter of […]

IAIA to Host Dartmouth Native American Studies Program – To focus on Native American art along with tribal law and government»

Santa Fe, NM | May 12, 2015 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) will host Dartmouth College’s first off-campus program of its Department of Native American Studies, beginning in the fall of 2015. The program, focusing on Native American art and tribal law and government was developed by Native American department chair N. Bruce Duthu.  After an extensive search for the […]

Institute of American Indian Arts Announces New Academic Dean – Interim Dean Charlene Teters selected after lengthy search by committee»

Santa Fe, NM | May 12, 2015 –

IAIA President Dr. Robert Martin (Cherokee Nation) announced today that Interim Dean Charlene Teters (Spokane) has accepted the position of Academic Dean.  Teters, a nationally-known artist, activist, and educator has a long relationship with IAIA, dating back to 1984 when she first attended as an undergraduate.     Teters graduated in 1986 with an Associate of Fine Arts in […]

Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Names New Student Ambassador Alberta Nells (Navajo Nation) to Represent IAIA for the 2015-2016 Academic Year»

Santa Fe, NM | May 12, 2015 –

On April 30, 2015, a competition was held on the IAIA campus to select the IAIA Ambassador for the 2015-2016 academic year, hosted by Bobby Wilson of the comedy group the 1491s.  The IAIA Ambassador represents the Institute by creating and strengthening positive relationships with the greater community through educational and service activities.  The IAIA Ambassador also receives support and […]

Sundance Institute and IAIA to Collaborate on Writers’ Workshop, July 15-19»

Santa Fe, NM | May 12, 2015 –

Designed to Support Native Youth Filmmaking Talent; Now Open for Submissions Sundance Institute and the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) today announced an open call for applications for the Sundance Institute + IAIA Native Writers Workshop for aspiring Native American screenwriters, July 15-19 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.The Native Writers Workshop, a five-day intensive summer writing workshop at IAIA’s Department […]

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