IAIA to up­grade stu­dios


Native American Art - - NEWS -

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.

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