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IAIA Receives USDA Grant for New Welcome Center»

Santa Fe, NM | May 15, 2012 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) has received a $215,000 grant from the USDA Rural Development, funding that will help develop a new welcome center for the 12-year-old campus. “We don’t have a front door to the campus and this will be a big help,” IAIA President Dr. Robert Martin said. The grant will […]

IAIA’s 2012 Commencement: Honorary Doctorates to N. Scott Momaday and James Luna; John Trudell Gives Commencement Address»

Santa Fe, NM | Apr 25, 2012 –

Celebrating a milestone this year, the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) will honor three distinguished American Indian artists and authors, and three valedictorians at its 2012 commencement. The Institute, which is celebrating its 50th year, will bestow honorary doctorates to author N. Scott Momaday (Kiowa), and artist James Luna (Lusieño).  The campus’ graduating class […]

Award-Winninng Poet Joan Kane To Read at IAIA»

Santa Fe, NM | Apr 18, 2012 –

Whiting Award winning poet Joan Kane will read at the Institute of American Indian Arts at 7 pm, Thursday, April 26, in the CLE Common Room.   Anchorage How rapidly the tide turned, turns. Still, turning now, gray wash and silt Pivots on a finger of foam. One could count time in its long Trough, […]

IAIA Senior Thesis Exhibition Opens April 18»

Santa Fe, NM | Apr 17, 2012 –

You are invited to attend the IAIA 2012 Senior Thesis Exhibition which opens with a reception from 5pm to 7pm on April 18th, 2012. The reception begins at the south end of the IAIA’s Administration/Academic building.    

Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Honors IAIA With First Creative Spirit Award»

Vancouver, WA | Apr 16, 2012 –

The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is pleased to announce that the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) will be honored with the NACF’s first “Creative Spirit Award.” The award recognizes an organization that promotes innovation and creativity in the arts, provides exemplary programs, and has a history of service to Indigenous communities and […]

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