Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Archives
The purpose of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Archives is to collect, preserve, interpret, and provide access to the documentary history of IAIA, the contemporary Native art movement, and American Indian Education. The Archives collect and preserve permanent and historically relevant records for the College of Contemporary Native Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, and the Center for Lifelong Education.
Digital Assets Available from the IAIA Archives
Newsletters and Newspapers from RG-02
View over 50 newsletters and newspapers from RG-02, Printed Matter, including "Drumbeats" and "Indian Artists News" that tell the story of IAIA between 1962-1972.
Images from RG-03, IAIA Images
Explore over 150 photographs depicting the fifty year history of IAIA from RG-02, IAIA Images.
Images from IAIA-MS09, Yeffe Kimball Photograph Collection
Nearly 100 color images of Southwestern and Plains American Indian tribes from the 1950s are available from the Yeffe Kimball Photograph Collection.
Audio from MS03, James A. McGrath Papers and MS12, IAIA Oral History Collection
Find over 30 digital audio files including music and poetry from the James A. McGrath Collection and oral histories from the IAIA Oral History Collection.
For more information on the IAIA Archives, please visit our LibGuide.