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Many people come to the Southwest and see Native American art as items for the tourist trade. Indian Art Through Indian Eyes begins an important dialogue to bridge a cultural gap - to show Indian art that has impact and is about the human spirit. Developing and showing works of leading Native American artists, the IAIA Museum has dedicated itself for over 35 years to showing the great depth and talent of Native American artists. From traditional to contemporary, the art at the IAIA Museum is both beautiful and challenging. The artworks are vital, full of heart and soul. Indian Art through Indian Eyes chronicles the growth of American Indian art and the importance of art in Native American life.
~ Norval Morrisseau's "Shaman Artist" was exibited at the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum from June 15 - Sept. 3, 2007 (Click HERE).