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Marcus Amerman»

Santa Fe, NM | Dec 23, 2014 –

Marcus Amerman is a Choctaw bead artist, glass artist, painter, fashion designer, and performance artist, living north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is known for his highly realistic beadwork portraits. He was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1959 but grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Whitman […]

IAIA Writers Festival features Alexie, Harjo, other renowned authors»

Santa Fe, NM | Dec 23, 2014 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts’ (IAIA) Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing presents The Writers Festival — January 3-9, 2015.  Readings by noted authors will take place each night beginning at 6 pm in the Auditorium — located in the Library and Technology Center (LTC) on the IAIA campus. Some of the authors participating […]

Best Practices on Creating a Successful Internship Program»

Santa Fe, NM | Dec 23, 2014 –

To deliver real-world experience and encourage job readiness in their students, some tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) are looking off-campus. Their strategy is this: create collaborative internship programs with nearby non-profit organizations that will help students respond to regional economic needs and give them valuable hands-on experience they can use anywhere. And while the idea […]

IAIA Living Treasures»

Santa Fe, NM | Dec 23, 2014 –

IAIA Alums (and sisters) Keri Ataumbi (Kiowa) and Teri Greeves (Kiowa) were named the 2015 co-recipients of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Living Treasures Award.  They have both made great contributions to the Santa Fe arts community, and will be recognized in May, at the 2015 Native Treasures Arts Festiva.

USDA Announces $9.7 Million in Dedicated Outreach and Technical Assistance to Diversify American Agriculture – Additional Funds Support Broadband and Infrastructure Development in Indian Country»

Santa Fe, NM | Dec 23, 2014 –

US Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced $9.7 million in grants to 62 community-based and non-profit organizations, and educational institutions to conduct training, outreach and technical assistance for socially disadvantaged (including tribal) and veteran farmers and ranchers.  Secretary Vilsack made the announcement at the 2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference, a gathering of leaders […]

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