Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
Santa Fe, NM 87101
Ray Aguilar, Ralph Aragon, Sammy Begay, Larry (Littlebird) Bird, Bennet Brien, Bennie Buffalo, George Burdeau, Art Chischilly, Joseph L. Concha, Larry Desjarlais, Earl Eder, Mary Eder, Kirby Feathers, Anita (Luttrell) Fields, Phyllis Fife, Herman Fragua, Henry (Hank) Gobin, Harvey Herman, Patrick Swazo Hinds, John Hoover, Michael Jenkins, Ralph Robert Kniffen, Delores Lee, Alice Loiselle, Linda Lucero, Alfred Young Man, Edna Massey, Don Montileaux, George Morrison, Courtney Moyah, Lloyd Kiva New, Calvin O’John, Neil Parsons, Connie (Red Star) Price, Peter Sampson, Fritz Scholder, Kevin Red Star, Gerald Stone, Jennie Trujillo, Roger Tsabetsaye, Carl Tubby, Judy Vicenti, Juanita Waukazo, Mike Medicine Horse Zillioux
Natalie Ball, Ashley Browning, Kelly Church, Melissa Cody, Velma Kee Craig, Wally Dion, Anita Fields, Nicholas Galanin, David Gaussoin, David Hannan, Merritt Johnson, Brian Jungen, Marlowe Katoney, Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Amy Malbeuf, Melissa Melero, Meghann O’Brien, Mark Preston, Charlene Vickers, Marie Watt, Tania Willard
Brandee Caoba, Jim Denomie, John Hagen, Merritt Johnson, Tom Jones, Tony Lee, Monty Little, Alex Pena, Jaune Quick-To-See-Smith
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.