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IAIA MoCNA

108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe, NM, 87501
505-983-8900 | Website
Neighborhood: Downtown
Categories: Museums, Arts & Culture
 Established in 1972, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts  (MoCNA), a center of the Institute of American Indian Arts, is dedicated to the exhibition, interpretation and collection of contemporary native art. The MoCNA is the preeminent museum devoted exclusively to increase public appreciation and promotion of the dynamic and diverse artistic practices representative of Native North America.
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108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe
Web | Map

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Deeply rooted in pre-Christian Yaqui culture, Mario Martinez's artwork captures the magic and power encoded within the spiritual and natural world. Through Dec 31
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IAIA MoCNA

108 Cathedral Place
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Web | Map
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