Institute of American Indian Arts
Late 20th Early 21st Century
17.875 in HIGH x 23.875 in WIDE
(45.4 cm HIGH x 60.64 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Anderson Harvey" printed in white text at the bottom right of the image. "photography: Eric Moyers/faculty design/layout: L.J. DesJarlais/faculty" printed in white at the bottom center of the poster. Sticker on verso bottom left has printed black text reading "F.U.S.D., Title V&VII Native American Studies Linda Vista School".

Laminated poster has a polychromatic image with a white border on a black background with white text. The image shows a North American Indian in the foreground at the right wearing red traditional clothing. The background is green with sky blue on the horizon and shadowed figures on horseback at the left. Beneath the image is text reading "Institute of American Indian Arts Santa Fe, New Mexico. On verso on the right side is three columns, the first with text describing the art school, its history, and the course of study; the second column has a series of black and white images of students in action with their crafts; the third column has text explaining the accredidation of the Institute, the associates and certificate programs, student life, and admission. The left side on verso has an inverted Raku pot, Institute of American Indian Arts logo, and paid postage stamp in the top half and a black and white photo of a buffalo sculpture with a caption at the lower right in the bottom half. |
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