Summer Writers Festival
Contemporary Native Music and Art
Navajo Code Talkers in World War II
Social Engagement Artists Laura Ortman, Eliza Naranjo Morse, and Andrea Hanley at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.
IAIA’s Health, Wellness, and Fitness Director with summer health tips.IAIA’s Health, Wellness, and Fitness Director with summer health tips.
Today’s guest is Artist and Musician Dan McCoy
Roseanna Adrade & Frost Fowler discuss their children’s book “Letters From Luis”
Tailinh Agoyo discusses The Warrior Project
Porter and Roxanne Swetzel talk about the Pueblo Food Experience.
Nocona Burgess, Teran Kipp, Carmen Henan, and Jamelyn Ebelacker discuss the upcoming Commencment and Pow Wow and IAIA.
James Stevens from the IAIA Creative Writing Department and some of his students reading poetry for Poetry Month
Jon Davis, Poet Laureate of Santa Fe with MFA Students Chee Brossy and Jamie Figeuroa reading poetry for poetry month
IAIA Faculty member Chip Livingston with students reading poetry for poetry month.
Overview of Center For Lifelong Learning Continuing Education Program
American Indian Higher Education Consortium
Poet Laureate of Navajo Nation, reading poetry to promote poetry month.
History of IAIA and changes on campus
Discussion of the IAIA Museums and Museum Studies Program.
Discussion of the life and studies of Dr. Joe Sando and the symposium March 5 and 6
A discussion of the Oscars lack diversity in Hollywood and Native American Film Making
Ceramic Artist Christine McHorse and curator Mark Del Vecchio discuss show at MoCNA
Through Our Eyes is weekly one-hour program that features conversations with Native American scholars, artists, farmers, writers, Tribal Leaders and more to explore contemporary issues that impact both day-to-day life here in New Mexico, and issues which have larger meaning to the Native Community throughout the country. Your host Eric Davis, Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA ) Marketing & Communications Director, will present a wide range of topics that will provoke, inspire, inform, and engage in conversation Natives and non-Natives alike – with the intent to deepen, broaden, and reach new levels of understanding among ALL of us living and working in Northern New Mexico, while providing information and addressing topics that reflect the world-at-large.
Steve Wall and Porter Swentzell of IAIA’s Indigenous Liberal Studies Department discuss the upcoming Joe Sando Symposium.
IAIA President Robert Martin, Director Of The IAIA Center For Lifelong Education Ron Soumon, and Cabinet Secretary Designate for the New Mexico Department of Indian Affairs Kelly Zunie discuss politics.