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MoCNA January Exhibitions»

Santa Fe, NM | Dec 17, 2013 –

    ARTiculations in Print featuring: Crow’s Shadow Institute of Arts Collection January 25 – July 31, 2014 Main Gallery A selection of prints from the Crow’s Shadow Press signifies the ever-growing portfolio of prints produced over a 20-year period since the founding of the Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, located in Pendleton, Oregon. […]

MoCNA 2013 Summer Exhibitions»

Santa Fe, NM | Jun 25, 2013 –

The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) celebrates the opening of its Summer 2013 Exhibitions featuring Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 3/Contemporary Native North American Art from the Northeast and Southeast, Selected Works, and solo exhibitions by Cannupa Hanska Luger: STEREOTYPE: Misconceptions of the Native American, Jacob Meders: Divided Lines, and Steven J. Yazzie: […]

MoCNA 2013 Spring Exhibitions»

Santa Fe, NM | Apr 10, 2013 –

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) celebrates the opening of its Spring 2013 Exhibitions with an extraordinary group exhibition – Stands With A Fist: Contemporary Native Women Artists, two solo exhibitions by multi-disciplinary artist Kade L. Twist and photographer Rosalie Favell, and daily screenings of the experimental documentary Apache Chronicle. The exhibitions and documentary […]

Lecture and Vamp Beading Workshop at IAIA»

Santa Fe, NM | Apr 6, 2013 –

The Institute of American Indian Arts’ Women’s Society, College of Contemporary Native Art and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts present: Walking With Our Sisters, a lecture and vamp beading workshop with Christi Belcourt, on Saturday, April 6.   Walking With Our Sisters is a community-driven commemorative art action bringing attention to the estimated 600+ […]

Solo Exhibitions Opening in 2013»

Santa Fe, NM | Dec 4, 2012 –

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts opens three new exhibitions and a film in 2013:   Jason LujanSummer Burial 2012 Jason Lujan |Summer Burial January 19 – May 12   The collected works and ideas behind Jason Lujan’s Summer Burial references Eastern visuals as a comment on Native American allegories and contemporary realities. Lujan continues […]

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