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SUBMITTAL INFORMATION:

Submitted By
Ryan S. Flahive
Your Email Address
rflahive at iaia.edu
Institution Name/Parent Organization
Institute of American Indian Arts
Department Name
Library/Archives

INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION:

Institutional/Departmental Overview
Institute of American Indian Arts Archives
The purpose of the Archives of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) 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.

The archives preserves college, museum, and personal materials that document the operation and changes of IAIA and Indian arts education. The Archives serve as an educational resource for the study of the modern Native arts movement and encourages scholarly research in its collections by faculty, staff, students, and the general public. The Archives serve as an educational and training center for IAIA students interested in pursuing archival careers.

Location and Hours

The archives are open to all researchers weekdays by appointment or drop-in. Please call the archivist:

Ryan S. Flahive, Archivist
Library

(505)424-2392
(505) 424-5743
rflahive at iaia.edu


Institution Type 1
College/University
Institution Type 2
Institution Type Other
Mailing Name
Physical Address
83 Avan Nu Po Road
Mailing Address
City
Santa Fe
State
NM
Province
Zipcode
87508
Country
USA
Contact
Ryan S. Flahive
Position
Archivist
Email
rflahive at iaia.edu
Telephone
5054242392
Institutional Website
http://www.iaia.edu/
Library Catalog Website
http://www.iaia.edu/academics/library/
Webpage Dedicated to Artist Files
http://rmoa.unm.edu/docviewer.php?docId=nmsfaiaiaia-ms-14.xml

COLLECTION INFORMATION:

General Descripton of Artist Files Collection
MS-14, IAIA Artists Files (48 cu. ft), consist of primary and secondary source material related to Native American Artists. The collection is arranged alphabetically by artists last name. The artists files has been growing consistently since 1971 and is the most complete set of records on Native American artists available for research.
Each file will contain different materials related to the artist. Newspaper clippings, exhibit catalogs, application letters, slides of photographs, photographic prints, creative writing samples, admission records, and other biographical materials.

Collection Size (check all that apply):

Feet
Yes
Enter Feet
48
Meters
No
Enter Meters
Number of files
No
Enter Number of files
Number of cabinets
No
Enter Number of cabinets

Organizational Structure (check all that apply):

Organizational Structure 1
Alphabetical
Organizational Structure 2
Organizational Structure 3
Organizational Structure 4
Organizational Structure 5

Cataloging Method:

LC/Dewey
No
Subject-in-house
Yes
Other

Bibliographic Utility:

Local Catalog/Software
Yes
MS Office Access
No
MS Office Excel
No
OCLC
No
Other
No

Present or future digitization plans or activities:

Plans
Scan on demand only.

Language of Materials:

Chinese
Dutch
English
Yes
Farsi
French
Yes
German
Hebrew
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Portuguese
Russian
Spanish
Language Other
Navajo, Tewa, Cherokee, and other Native languages are included

Type of Materials:

Announcements
Yes
Architectural Drawings
Artists' Books
Artworks
Auction Catalogs
Yes
Biographical Information
Yes
Books
Brochures
Yes
CD/DVD
Cultural Artifacts/Materials
Diaries/Journals/Papers
Electronic Files
Yes
Exhibition Catalogs
Yes
Geographic
Groups
Individual artists
Yes
Institutional Publications
Yes
Institutional/Gallery Records
Yes
Interviews
Yes
Invitations/Private View Cards
Yes
Manuscripts
Yes
Memorabilia
Yes
Microform/film/fiche
Negatives
Yes
Newspaper Clippings
Yes
Newspapers
Official Records
Yes
Oral Histories
Pamphlets
Yes
Photographs
Yes
Postcards
Press Clippings
Yes
Press Kits
Press Releases
Yes
Printed Works
Prints
Price List and/or Checklists
Yes
Realia
Scripts
Yes
Serials
Slides
Yes
Subject
Transcripts
Yes
Materials Other

Artistic Styles/Periods:

Classical
Contemporary
Yes
Medieval
Modern
Yes
Renaissance
Styles/Periods Other
Contemporary American Indian Art

Additional research materials in collection that supplement artist files collection:

Materials

Acquisitions:

Is this an active collection that is being added to by donations or purchases?:

Donations
Yes
Purchases
No

Publicizing Collection Methods: (check all that apply):

Brochures/Flyers/Pamphlets
Class visits
Yes
Community Service
Conference/Conventions
Directories
Exhibitions
Library Events
Mailings
Meetings
Newsletter
Yes
Public Lectures/Programs
Publications
Reports
Staff Orientations
Yes
Student Orientations
Yes
Study Guides
Telephone
Website
Word of Mouth
Yes
Publicizing Other

ACCESS INFORMATION:

Open All Year (if no, provide dates open)

Available to Public:

Available to Public
Yes
Public Hours (to access Artist Files Collection)
M-F, 9-4 or by Appointment
Public Hours (Parent Organization)
Institute of American Indian Arts
Appointment or Reservations Required
Yes
Public Fee
No
Public Fee Amount

Access Procedures for Public Patrons:

Access Procedures for Public Patrons
Archives Use Policy

Only pencils and laptops may be used to take notes. Ink in any form is not allowed.

Materials are limited to one box on a table at a time and one folder at a time. Materials are not to be removed from the folder s.

Patrons must handle materials with care. Cotton gloves w ill be provided for photographic materials. Please refrain from leaning upon, folding, tearing, or marking the materials in any way.

The Archives of IAIA reserves the right to decline patron access or to copy materials that are deemed culturally sensitive, physically fragile, or where copyright or donor restrictions are in place.

Available to Scholars:

Available to Scholars
Yes
Scholar Hours (to access Artist Files Collection)
Same as Public Hours
Public Hours (Parent Organization)
M-F, 9-4 or by Appointment
Appointment or Reservations Required
Yes
Scholar Fee
No
Scholar Fee Amount
Access Procedures for Scholars
Archives Use Policy

Only pencils and laptops may be used to take notes. Ink in any form is not allowed.

Materials are limited to one box on a table at a time and one folder at a time. Materials are not to be removed from the folder s.

Patrons must handle materials with care. Cotton gloves w ill be provided for photographic materials. Please refrain from leaning upon, folding, tearing, or marking the materials in any way.

The Archives of IAIA reserves the right to decline patron access or to copy materials that are deemed culturally sensitive, physically fragile, or where copyright or donor restrictions are in place.

Onsite Technology:

Photocopier - B/W
Yes
Photocopier - Color
No
Scanner/Digital Imaging
Yes
Web Access
Yes
Workspaces
Yes
Onsite Other
No

Additional Comments:

Additional Comments

Lending and ILL:

Are you willing to photocopy or lend materials?
Yes

If so, under what conditions?:

ARIEL
No
Odyssey
No
Photocopies
Yes
Scans (digital)
Yes
Conditions Other

Agreement:

I have read and agree to the "Submission Form Terms of Use" statement indicated above.
Yes

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