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About Institute of American Indian Arts
The Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture or IAIA as it is popularly known as was established in 1962. Based out of a vast 140-acre campus in Santa Fe, IAIA is a truly unique institution. IAIA offers associate degrees, undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificate courses. BFA degrees in - Creative Writing, Studio Arts, Cinematic Arts & Technology and Museum Studies are extremely popular. The BA in Indigenous Liberal Arts is a one of its kind programme that has many takers. At IAIA students study art as well as the business of selling their art and crafts. The courses are designed to help students find a relevant job or become entrepreneurs.
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Creative Arts and Design
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Institute of American Indian Arts
SANTA FE, New Mexico, United States, 87508.
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About the accommodation
There are two options for housing at IAIA, the CLE Residence Center and the family housing apartments. Each area is accessible to students with disabilities. CLE Residence Center is located adjacent to the CLE Conference Center, the CLE Residence Center is the heart of the campus, providing students a convenient, comfortable and safe place to live and flourish during their educational journey at IAIA. The Residence Center is a two-story, traditional style dormitory. Each of 77 rooms accommodates two students and has a private bath. Each floor has a kitchen and a large common area for watching television, playing games, relaxing, and holding meetings or study groups. A laundry room is also available on each floor. Family Housing Apartments - there are 24 family housing apartments, each with two bedrooms, a living room with a kitchenette and bathroom. Apartments may be rented furnished or unfurnished.