IAIA 2021 Spring Senior Graduating Exhibition “A Retrospective of Change”
Fri, April 23, 2021–Wed, January 1, 2025
A Retrospective of Change, the IAIA 2021 Spring Senior Graduating Exhibition, is available to view virtually. Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and closure of the IAIA campus, A Retrospective of Change is the third virtual exhibition presenting graduating seniors’ work in the digitally-rendered IAIA Balzer Contemporary Edge Gallery. Utilizing the skills of faculty, staff, and students from across the campus to transform physical works into digital formats, graduating seniors are able to present their final projects in virtual reality, adding to the next generation of contemporary Native voices in art and broadening what it means to exhibit art.
A Retrospective of Change is a culmination of the students’ final semester, where they worked closely with advisors, faculty, staff, and colleagues to create and articulate their conceptually driven body of artwork. This exhibition represents a capstone to their course of study, as well as their academic experience.
For more information, please contact Balzer Contemporary Edge Gallery Director Mattie Reynolds (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) at (505) 428-5813 or at email@example.com.
How to navigate inside A Retrospective of Change.
- Click and hold (either with a mouse or on a laptop trackpad) to move your view up/down/side to side. This does not include forward movement.
- Arrow keys are your friends for steering in the virtual gallery.
- Use the UP arrow key to move forward.
- Use the DOWN arrow key to move backward.
- Use the LEFT arrow key to move left.
- Use the RIGHT arrow key to move right.
- Use both your mouse/trackpad and arrow keys to navigate smoothly through the gallery.
- If you want to move at a faster speed, hold down the SHIFT button while using the arrow keys for steering.
Important Note: Please use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as your browser for an optimized viewing experience on a desktop computer and allow the gallery about a minute to fully load all artworks. The gallery is not accessible via a mobile device. (Note: The VR experience can take up to several minutes to fully load.)
For information about purchasing art, contact the artists directly by using the links below.
- Leandra Chimal (Mescalero Apache)
- Patrick Collins (Saginaw Chippewa and Okeechobee Seminole)
- Jaycee Custer (Navajo)
- Daniel Forest (Nonaffiliated Métis)
- Dean Little Hawk (Mnicoujou Lakota)
- Shelley Patrick (Muscogee)
- Marquita Robles (Navajo and Mexican)
- DeAnna Suazo (Diné and Taos Pueblo)
- Arcelia Teller (Navajo)
- Jen Tiger (Osage, Chickasaw, Euchee, and Delware)
- Isabella Villasboas
- Angelo Williams (Salt River Pima Maricopa)
- Jesse Wood