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Poets Share the Truth of Their Words

By Nancy Beauregard  “Poetry started out as an oral tradition. Before we wrote poems, we spoke them aloud,” said poet Joaquín Zihuatanejo at the Institute of American Indian Arts on Oct. 4, 2018. The poetry reading featured Zihuatanejo, an IAIA alumnus, and Natasha Carrizosa, both experts in spoken word poetry which is a mix of poetry and storytelling.  Zihuatanejo is a writer, poet, teacher and slam poetry artist. His poems and short stories are published...
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IAIA Receives Grant to Tackle Substance Abuse on Campus

By Kyle Kootswatewa  The New Mexico Human Services Department’s Behavioral Health Services Division, their Office of Substance Abuse Prevention, and the New Mexico Higher Education Prevention Consortium chose the Institute of American Indian Arts for a Partners for Success grant in December 2017. IAIA joins New Mexico State University, New Mexico Tech, San Juan College and the University of New Mexico to address underage drinking and prescription drug abuse according...
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Suina Receives Scholarship to Study in New Zealand

By Jesse Short Bull  When Hailey Suina submitted an essay to study abroad in New Zealand, she didn’t realize that her writing would be one of out of 6,797 applications to win the full scholarship from Education New Zealand and Go Overseas.   On Nov. 1, 2018 surrounded by family, friends and instructors from the Institute of American Indian Arts community, Suina was presented with a check for $15,000 from members of Education New Zealand and Go...
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Everyone a Winner at the IAIA Talent Show

Review By PEARLYNE CORIZ On Wednesday evening, Nov. 15, the Indigenous Liberal Studies Student Organization sponsored an IAIA community talent show.
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Celebrating Native American Heritage Month at IAIA

By PEARLYNE CORIZ Native American Heritage Recognition, which first started in 1915, was only celebrated for one day. However, in 1990, it was changed to being celebrated for one month.
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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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What Do You Plan to Do for Winter Break?

By VICTORIA GONZALES Students will have a four-week winter break before the 2018 spring semester begins on Jan. 16. During those four weeks, six students that the IAIA Chronicle talked to plan to go home, relax, and be with their families. Nick Thomas, a studio arts major and freshman from Prewitt, NM, said that he...
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