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Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

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Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe, NM 87101
Venue Type: Museum
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
August 21st, 2015 - July 31st, 2017
Visions and Visionaries
Larry Ahvakana, Marcus Amerman, Jonathan Bayer, Rudy Begay, Edgar Heap of Birds, Earl Biss, Parker Boyiddle, David Bradley, T.C. Cannon, George Crawford, Tracy Curley, Tom Fields, R.C. Gorman, Shan Goshorn, Peter B. Jones, John Koschman, James Lavadour, Jerry Lee, Everett Lincoln, Alice Loiselle, James Luna, Alfred Young Man, Maria Martinez, Shelly McIntire, George Morrison, Shelley Niro, Elaine Rice, Kukulu Saggiaktok, Randall Sahmie, Ishii Sakahaftewa, Fritz Scholder, Michelle Stokes, Charles Tega, Evelyn Teton, Ango Tigalook, Fred Treas, Crystal Worl, Francis Yellow
QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Mon and Wed-Saturday, 10AM-5PM; Sun, 12-5PM; Closed on Tuesdays and major holidays
Phone
(505) 983-1666
Other phone
(505) 428-5907
Fax
(505) 983-1222
Cost
$10 adults; students, seniors and NM residents half-price; members, veterans, Native people and NM Residents on Sunday FREE
DESCRIPTION

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA), a center of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), is dedicated to increasing public understanding and appreciation for contemporary Native art, history and culture through presentation, acquisition, preservation and interpretation. The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is recognized as the preeminent organizer of exhibitions devoted exclusively to the display of dynamic and diverse arts practices representative of Native North America.

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts encourages creative expression across the fields of arts and culture as an opportunity to establish and cultivate cross-cultural dialogue with communities at the local, national and global level.

MoCNA’s exhibitions, programs and its National Collection of Contemporary Native Arts are integral to nurturing and growing the Institute of American Indian Arts legacy, college community and curriculum across academic and artistic disciplines.