Lloyd Kiva New Centennial Convocation

  • 27 Oct 2016
  • 1:00 PM
  • 28 Oct 2016
  • 5:30 PM
  • Institute of American Indian Arts, 83 Avan Nu Po Road, Santa Fe, NM

Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) to Host Symposium in honor of Art Educator Lloyd Kiva New

 October 27 and 28, 2016 on the IAIA Campus


SANTA FE, NM - September 27, 2016.  In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Cherokee artist and educator Lloyd Kiva New, the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) presents the Lloyd Kiva New Centennial Convocation on October 27 and 28, 2016 at the IAIA Campus. located at 83 Avan Nu Po Road, eight minutes from the intersection of Rodeo Road and Richards Avenue, on the south side of Santa Fe.  For directions and a map of the campus, click here.

The Convocation is the final event of 2016 celebrating the birth of Lloyd Kiva New, following a collaborative exhibition program between IAIA, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and the New Mexico Museum of Art. Scheduled programming during the Convocation includes discussions of Native art education, Native art practice, artist biographies, and case studies surrounding the Contemporary Native Art Movement.

Stephen Fadden (Mohawk), MA, will be the keynote speaker.  

Registration for the event:

    General -  $40 a day or $75 for both days

    Student -  $20 a day or $35 for both days

    Registration with CEU's - $40 a day, $80 for both days 

Presentations include:

Art Curriculum Development in Native American Education by Leona Zastrow

Hyper-Textual Relations in an Intangible World by Daryl Lucero (Isleta Pueblo), MA

A Descriptive Study of Native American Art Lesson Plans in "School Arts" Magazine by Bryna Bobick, EdD

Joe Herrera: The Late Work by W. Jackson Rushing III, PhD
Learning the Traditional Lakota Visual Language through Shape Play by Sadie Red Wing (Lakota/Dakota)
Ted Coe and Exhibiting Native Art, Not Ethnography by Bruce Bernstein, PhD
Visual Rhetoric of Davis Bradley in "A Land of Fakes": Protesting the Appropriation and Commodification of  

Native American Images  by Loni Manning  

Storytelling: Native American Narrative and Ledger Art by Paula L. McNeil, PhD

Additionally there will be a panel discussion:   Super-Saturated: Four Perspectives on the Power of Color In Native American Art.

Organizer Ryan Flahive stated:  "Our hope is to have meaningful conversations about Native art and its role in the education of Native people while honoring the life and legacy of Lloyd Kiva New."

For more information on the Symposium, please click here.   

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Offering undergraduate degrees in Studio Arts, Creative Writing, Cinematic Arts and Technology, Indigenous Liberal Studies, and Museum Studies -- and a graduate degree in Creative Writing -- IAIA is the only college in the nation dedicated to the study of contemporary Native arts. The school serves 610 Native and non-Native American college students from across the globe.  IAIA is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges -- and is the only college in New Mexico accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

About IAIA -- For over 50 years, the Institute of American Indian Arts has played a key role in the direction and shape of Native expression. With an internationally acclaimed college, museum, and tribal support resource through our Land Grant Programs, IAIA is dedicated to the study and advancement of Native arts and cultures -- and committed to student achievement and the preservation and progress of their communities.  Learn more about IAIA and our mission at www.iaia.edu.  

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