MoCNA’s Reopening Plan

MoCNA’s Reopening Plan

MoCNA News MoCNA’s Reopening Plan The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) is open to the public at a limited capacity as per the Governor’s approval. The Museum is open Monday and Wednesdays through Sundays, 11 am–4 pm at 50% capacity (maximum 50...
Memorial for Jeff Kahm

Memorial for Jeff Kahm

MoCNA News Memorial for Jeff Kahm A memorial will be held for IAIA Assistant Professor Jeff Kahm (Plains Cree) on Wednesday, March 31, at 11 am (MDT). The event, held in the Gym on the IAIA campus, will be live streamed on this web page. The IAIA campus is closed...
IAIA’s Spring 2021 Reopening Plan

IAIA’s Spring 2021 Reopening Plan

MoCNA News IAIA’s Spring 2021 Reopening Plan The COVID-19 global pandemic has impacted almost every facet of our lives, including colleges and universities. Thus, IAIA’s goal is to reopen our campus for students, faculty, and staff in a safe and effective manner....
Innastate Band Video Filmed at MoCNA

Innastate Band Video Filmed at MoCNA

MoCNA News Innastate Band Video Filmed at MoCNA Watch “Seeds,” the newest music video by local Indigenous reggae band, Innastate, with Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) alumnus Adrian Wall (Jemez Pueblo) ‘14, produced by AMP Concerts, and generously...
IAIA Receives Five Million Dollar Donation

IAIA Receives Five Million Dollar Donation

MoCNA News IAIA Receives Five Million Dollar Donation The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is excited to announce that MacKenzie Scott made an unrestricted donation of five million dollars to IAIA. This past summer, Scott, a noted philanthropist “asked a...