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IAIA Portal Links
The following links are available to the IAIA community and include stand-alone access to Canvas, Digication, Email, EMPOWER, Paylocity, as well as Facilities campus and vehicle reservations, and the EMS calendar system.
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List of Events
List of Events
IAIA Academic Calendars are updated on a regular basis. See the following files for up-to-date information and about past, current, and upcoming happenings.
The one-hour performance of Tearing Down Walls: Voices from the Middle East and Santa Fe is followed by a talkback with the actors and director exploring issues relevant to both the Middle East and New Mexico.
The Third Annual IAIA MusicFest includes various performers and it will be held in the dance circle. This is an all ages show, open to the public, and free admission. Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted—rain or shine.
Graduating seniors Debbie Haddow, Damien Moore (Navajo), Chelsea Napper, and Matthew Robeck will be reading from original works in poetry, fiction, and non-fiction.
IAIA Alumni are the foundation of IAIA. Alumni Relations and the Alumni Council invite alumni to be our dinner guests on the second Friday in May.
IAIA Portfolio Day is a first step to exploring art school opportunities or a perfect way for prospective students to introduce themselves and their work to the Institute of American Indian Arts.
The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) presents its 2019 Spring Powwow on Saturday, May 11, 2018, from 10 am–7 pm. Cash prizes available.
Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara Pueblo) has been selected to give IAIA’s commencement address at 11:00 am on Saturday, May 18, 2019, and in addition to delivering the commencement address, Swentzell will also be awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities degree during the ceremony.
IAIA continues its tradition to celebrate student imagination and achievement in the arts as we look toward hosting our most important fundraiser. Surrounded by superb Native art open to your bidding, you are invited to enjoy the rooftop reception and mingle with IAIA alumni, students, and faculty.
The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) and the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) are co-sponsoring the Suzan Shown Harjo Symposium on September 20, 2019 at the National Mall in Washington, DC.