MoCNA Celebrates Women’s History Month

MoCNA Celebrates Women’s History Month

MoCNA News The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) recognizes Women’s History Month and honors contemporary Native and non-Native women artists, filmmakers, poets, writers, curators, art professionals, academics, and students who worked, exhibited, or...
IAIA 2019 Student and Alumni Art Market—Call for Vendors

IAIA 2019 Student and Alumni Art Market—Call for Vendors

MoCNA News The IAIA Museum Club would like to invite you to apply to the annual 2019 IAIA Student and Alumni Art Market held on August 17-18, 2019, 7 am–5 pm at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) Portal. This is a fundraising event for the IAIA...
Shan Goshorn Passes Away

Shan Goshorn Passes Away

MoCNA News The contemporary art world lost an important artist over the weekend to cancer and many people lost a good friend. Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band Cherokee) was an exceptional person deeply loved by many. Shan was an Eastern Band Cherokee artist, who lived...
MoCNA Volunteer and Docent Training Program

MoCNA Volunteer and Docent Training Program

MoCNA News The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) is seeking candidates for volunteer and docent training. The program will feature instruction in Native American art and the workings of a major museum that will enable successful participants to...
MoCNA Celebrates Women’s History Month

MoCNA Celebrates Women’s History Month

MoCNA News The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) recognizes Women’s History Month and honors contemporary Native and non-Native women artists, filmmakers, poets, writers, curators, art professionals, academics, and students who worked, exhibited, or...
Noted Multimedia and Performance Artist James Luna Passes Away at 67

Noted Multimedia and Performance Artist James Luna Passes Away at 67

MoCNA News IAIA is sad to announce the passing this past weekend of internationally-renowned performance and installation artist James Luna (Payómkawichum (Luiseño)/Ipi (Diegueño and Mexican-American). Luna was born in 1950 in Orange, California. He moved to the...

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