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ONLY SANTA FE SHOWING!!! FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!! Sunday, January 27th at 6:00 PM (read more)
94 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
With the partial shutdown of the US Government entering its third week, the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is offering Free Admission to Government Employees who present their photo ID or badge for the duration of the shutdown. One guest per employee will also be admitted free. (read more)
101 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
This month First Peoples Fund and partners Lakota Funds and Artspace broke ground on Oglala Lakota Artspace, an 8,500-square-foot Native arts and cultural center on the Pine Ridge Reservation. (read more)
201 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
In Native cultures, art connects generations, records a history, and tells a story. Through changing times and ongoing assimilation, art has steadily remained an integral part of the backbone of a culture, and (read more)
394 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
As vibrant as they are plush, these towels are the perfect way to bring striking cultural art into your home or on an outing to your favorite getaway spot. (read more)
402 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
This International Women's Day, we're celebrating these three incredible women and Inspired Natives Project Collaborators! Read more about them below and be sure to check out 8 Stunning Photos That Demonstrate the Power of Indigenous Women (read more)
409 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
On February 16th, the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts held an opening reception for the following exhibitions: (read more)
411 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
IAIA recently unveiled plans for a new initiative:"Contemporary Studios for a Contemporary Native Arts Program." It has been launched to provide... (read more)
411 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
The Eighth Generation team is honored to introduce John Isaiah Pepion (Blackfeet Nation) as our new Inspired Natives Project collaborator! (read more)
428 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today announced it has received a one-year, $100,000 grant from the Agua Fund as renewed funding to assist Native American communities in South Dakota and on the Navajo Nation (Arizona, New Mexico and Utah). (read more)
471 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC

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