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Catch SWAIA's Winter Indian Market in Santa Fe Nov. 29 and 30

Catch SWAIA's Winter Indian Market in Santa Fe Nov. 29 and 30

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Tribal Sustainability Movements

Tribal Sustainability Movements

Two Indigenous women - Karen Ducheneaux (Lakota) from a reservation in South Dakota and Monycka Snowbird (Ojibwe) from urban Colorado Springs - are leading sustainability movements in their communities.

September-October 2015
Sneak Peek: SFIM Native Haute Couture Fashion

Sneak Peek: SFIM Native Haute Couture Fashion

July-August 2015
Resolution to Read

Resolution to Read

Institute of American Indian Arts hosts Sherman Alexie, Joy Harjo, others for Writers Festival this week in Santa Fe.

January-February 2015
At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, a ‘Culture of Radical and Dynamic Change’

At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, a ‘Culture of Radical and Dynamic Change’

One of the most ambitious exhibits to date focused on the tribal cultures of the Plains will be at at the Kansas City museum through early January.

November-December 2014
'You Will Never Be Forgotten': 4 artist reflections from 'Walking With Our Sisters'

'You Will Never Be Forgotten': 4 artist reflections from 'Walking With Our Sisters'

The exhibit featuring hundreds of unfinished moccasins commemorates the lives of the missing and murdered Indigenous women of the United States and Canada.

September-October 2014
Walking With Our Sisters: A Healing Journey in Unfinished Moccasins

Walking With Our Sisters: A Healing Journey in Unfinished Moccasins

The exhibit touring Canada and the U.S. brings attention to the lives and stories of hundreds of missing and murdered Indigenous women.

September-October 2014
Marvin Oliver: On Paper

Marvin Oliver: On Paper

A Visual Voice at Seattle’s Stonington Gallery

May-June 2014
Sherman Alexie Schools a New Wave of Writers

Sherman Alexie Schools a New Wave of Writers

The best-selling, award-winning author joins the faculty at IAIA, where a team of top Native writers are mentoring masters students in a new program.

May-June 2014
Viewpoint: Stories of Trauma, Healing and Hope

Viewpoint: Stories of Trauma, Healing and Hope

The Justice Department holds hearings aimed at reducing childhood exposure to violence.

May-June 2014