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Reflections of a ‘Normal’ Election?
The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
10 Pics: Fashion Show Benefits Immersion
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6 Exhibits to Check Out: 2016 Hot List
Inspiring awe and learning, these museum exhibits bring together the best of Native culture and history...
IAIA Names Jemez Pueblo Student as Ambassador
Julia Wall, of the Jemez Pueblo, will serve as the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) 2016-2017 student ambassador...
Native Visionary Daystar Rosalie Jones Receives IAIA Lifetime Achievement Award
She’s danced for a president and his first lady, cabinet secretaries and their spouses; she hung out with Martha Graham in her post-graduate Juilliard days; Jose Limon mentored her...
Edward Wapp Jr., Comanche Musician, Performer and Teacher, Walks On
Edward Wapp Jr...
The VAWA Play: Changing the Law, One Show at a Time
UPDATED, April 12 at 11:28 a.m.: John Ridge's role in the Worcester v. Georgia case has been corrected...
Photo: IAIA Alumni Crystal Worl Produces Prints for US Embassies
IAIA Alumni Produce Prints for US Embassies Around the World
In an effort to broaden international understanding of the contemporary Native art experience, the Institute of American Indian Arts recently collaborated with the U.S...
Convenience Is Key at IAIA: Institute Expands Course Offerings
The Institute of American Indian Arts continues to offer courses at the Higher Education Center, as well as online, to make getting a degree more convenient for potential students...
IAIA: Bringing Native Art and Higher Education Together
Nearly 4,000 students have graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts , but no two individuals have had the same experience...
This One Time, at Film Camp: Native Youth Learn Movie Making From Pros in Santa Fe
How do you say “Lights! Camera! Action” in your Native American language? Well you better start learning your cinematic jargon in Dine, Tewa, Absaroke, Lakota and Tsalagi...
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