“There is no other experience like being at a tribal art school—being amongst your peers, being taught by people who are from your heritage.”
“I produce paintings as a result of timekeeping. If I am not being productive artistically, I am not leaving an imprint of my existence. I enjoy the arts process immensely and IAIA has helped further my work.”
“IAIA gave me the tools to further expand my artistry and talents and I give praise and appreciation to the Institute for all it has offered to me.”
List of Events
IAIA is pleased to announce that a groundbreaking ceremony for IAIA’s new Mixed-Use Housing Facility is scheduled for Wednesday, November 29
Join MoCNA for a special members-only event with holiday treats, firepits, music, and MFACW readings.
You are invited to watch IAIA Performing Arts students perform the play “Indian Radio Days,” in our black box theater.
Over one hundred of the finest artists and craftspeople from across New Mexico will be setting up shop at IAIA and SFCC.
Join MoCNA for readings with Ramona Emerson, Brianna Reed, and Deborah Taffa.
Navajo Police: Class 57 is now streaming on HBO.
Cara Romero: Following the Light is now available on PBS.
IAIA Alum Erik Sanchez decided to study film as an extension of photography, his “first love.”
The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) will waive fees for all applicants during the month of November.
The Santa Fe Community Foundation presented the Tried & True Award to the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA).
IAIA Alum Russell Frye has found his artistic voice in creating glass and cast bronze forms inspired by his family’s legacy of Pueblo pottery.