IAIA to upgrade studios
SANTA FE, NM
The Institute of American Indian Arts has unveiled plans for a new initiative to upgrade and modernize the academic building and studios contained within it. The academic building is one of the oldest buildings on campus, and houses studios for ceramics, jewelry, photography, painting and printmaking. The effort will including updating equipment, furniture, workstations and flooring in studios, classrooms and other rooms. The 18-year-old building has undergone previous upgrades and renovations, including an increase in size of the Balzer Gallery and replacement of the roof, but this is the largest overhaul since it opened.
An artist works in the IAIA studios.