Courteney Handy

IAIA 2017 Graduating Senior Exhibition Kicks Off

By VICTORIA GONZALES Exhibitions showcasing final projects of studio arts seniors opened Nov. 17 and will be on display until Dec. 5 at the Balzer Contemporary Edge Gallery in the Academic Building at IAIA. The six students, all studio arts majors receiving their bachelor in fine arts in their final semester, each worked with senior...
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IAIA Benefits from the Land Grant Programs

By COURTENEY HANDY One of the major programs at IAIA, the land grant programs, was established through the 1994 Land Grant & Equity Act. The land grant programs provide  education, teaching, and technical assistance regarding farming for students, faculty, staff, and farmers. The mission of this group is to inform others about Western medicine and...
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Time to Talk to the Counselor

By COURTENEY HANDY Thanksgiving has come and gone, and the fall semester is almost over, but students still have finals to prepare for and stress will be at its peak.
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2017 Food Day at IAIA

By COURTENEY HANDY Representatives from the Santa Fe Food Depot presented on their food programs at the Center for Lifelong Education at the Institute of American Indian Arts for Food Day, held Oct. 25.  
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New Building Will House Performance and Sports

BY COURTENEY HANDY The new Performing Arts and Fitness Center, scheduled to open Jan. 2, 2018, will be a multi-purpose facility, housing both the fitness center and gym, along with the performing arts program. Open House was held Nov. 6, revealing the building to the public.
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The IAIA Students’ Bucket Lists

By COURTENEY HANDY College comes in many forms: experiences, emotions, accomplishments, and trials that mold each student to their capabilities and to their unique perspectives, whether it is departure, completion, or incompletion. Enter the Bucket List, a list of things to do before students finish their time at the Institute of American Indian Arts. Every...
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