The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, NM is celebrating 50 years! IAIA is an institution of excellence in Indian Country. With a fascinating history (checkout the timeline), IAIA’s influence on Native American art cannot be underestimated. Personally, while never a student of the school, I have written and published about IAIA,Continue reading “Institute of American Indian Arts Celebrating a 50 Year Legacy”
I will be heading out to support the ASU Art Museum at a “Street Party” fundraiser they are hosting this Saturday, April 4th from 4-8 at Lux coffee bar. My favorite art collective Postcommodity is participating! It should be an interesting art happening right in the heart of Phoenix!
This discussion, held at the Heard Museum’s Berlin Gallery on 3/7/09 during the Annual Indian Market events, included Norman Akers (Osage), Steven Yazzie, (Navajo/Laguna) and Patsy Phillips, (Cherokee), Director of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Billed as an event where the three would “share insights on CurrentContinue reading “Review of Berlin Gallery Panel Discussion: Current Issues & Trends in Contemporary American Indian Art with Norman Akers, Steven Yazzie and Patsy Phillips”