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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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Also At IAIA MoCNA

Saturday, Apr 25, 2015

Dark Light: The Ceramics of Christine Nofichissey McHorse

This is the first traveling exhibition of this groundbreaking Navajo (Diné) artist. 

museum hours | $10

IAIA MoCNA

108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Future Tellers: IAIA 2015 BFA Exhibition

These graduating students show their hard work in several different media. Through May 16
gallery hours | $10

IAIA MoCNA

108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Winter/Spring 2015 Exhibitions

Dark Light by Christine Nofchissey McHorse, Account Past Due, Ledger Art and Beyond by Chris Pappan, Mechanistic Renderings by Star Wallowing Bull, War Department: Selections from MoCNA’s Permanent Collection, Heavy Volume, Small Spaces by Mihio Manus open. Through July 31
museum hours | $5-$10

IAIA MoCNA

108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe
Web | Map

You Are on Indian Land

Lakota artist Dana Claxton presents work that blends multimedia installation with performance art. Through May 31
5-7 pm | museum admission

IAIA MoCNA

108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Sunday, Apr 26, 2015

Dark Light: The Ceramics of Christine Nofichissey McHorse

This is the first traveling exhibition of this groundbreaking Navajo (Diné) artist. 

museum hours | $10

IAIA MoCNA

108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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