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The Lensic, IAIA, and SFAI Present Native Dance Performance»

Santa Fe, NM | Sep 11, 2012 –

The Lensic, IAIA, and The Santa Fe Art Institute present Dancing Earth’s Walking at the Edge of Water, a contemporary indigenous dance production led by director and internationally known choreographer Rulan Tangen. This work, making its premiere on The Lensic stage, features Native dance artists from New Mexico, Arizona and beyond. Dancing Earth uses contemporary […]

IAIA’s Digital Dome Host in International Symposium on Electronic Art»

Santa Fe, NM | Sep 6, 2012 –

The Digital Dome at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) will host artwork and other entries in the 18th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), a multi-site exhibition exploring art, science and technology, during Santa Fe Day Sept. 25. The six-day conference, which is being hosted for the first time in the U.S. in […]

IAIA Receives $50,000 USDA Grant for Student Research»

Santa Fe, NM | Aug 7, 2012 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) has received a $50,000 USDA grant for student research in agriculture and nutrition. The funding will also host a visiting scholar from New Mexico State University’s Sustainable Agriculture Science Center in Alcalde, N.M., to help students study agriculture. Students will learn about soil preparation, irrigation methods in dry […]

Santa Fe Selects IAIA Creative Writing Chair Jon Davis as Poet Laureate»

Santa Fe, NM | Jul 12, 2012 –

The City of Santa Fe Arts has selected the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Creative Writing Chair Jon Davis as the city’s fourth Poet Laureate.  Established in 2005, the Poet Laureate is an honorary ceremonial and educational position, with the goal of promoting the presence of poetry in the city.  Davis will serve as Poet Laureate […]

IAIA Archives Receives State Grant to Process Lloyd H. New Papers»

Santa Fe, NM | Jun 14, 2012 –

The archives of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) recently received a $6,678 grant from the New Mexico Historical Records Advisory Board to hire a contract archivist to aid in the processing of the papers of Lloyd H. New, a founder and past president of IAIA. The grant will support processing of the 50 […]

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