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IACA Board of Directors - 2018

Artist of the Year Award Winners: Mary Small 2002, Alfred Joe 2001, George "Shukata" Willis 2000, Pahponee 1999, Bruce Contway 1998, Michael Kirk 1997

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The Indian Arts and Crafts Association is guided by an active Board of Directors which has representation from Artist, Wholesale, Retail and Collector Members.  IACA is fortunate that each director is actively involved in IACAs programs including Educational, Legal and Government Affairs, IACA Markets, Market Research and more.

Kathi Ouellet

Retail Representative
River Trading Post, Scottsdale AZ
Term 2014-2018

Kathi Ouellet is the Managing Director of River Trading Post, Scottsdale, AZ. After years as a management consultant, she pursued her love of Indian art, and opened her own Pueblo pottery business, "Pueblo Arts. Today, Kathi is Managing Director of River Trading Post in Scottsdale. Kathi is one of the foremost authorities on American Indian art, and has served as a judge at the famed Heard Museum market. Kathi also served on the Board of Directors of the Scottsdale Gallery Association.  She is a past president of IACA.

Dawn Dark Mountain

Artist Representative
Santa Fe, NM
Term 2016-2018

Dawn Dark Mountain
is an Oneida Indian artist from Wisconsin who specializes in watercolors.  She graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and the University of Iowa with a Master of Fine Arts degree. She has taught to both elementary and pre-school children. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including a SWAIA fellowship.  Dawn also has served on many boards, including the Oneida Nations Arts Program and the Wisconsin Alliance of Artists and Craftspeople.

Georgia Fischel

Retail Representative
Dragonfly Native American Jewelry, Warrenton, VA.
Term 2014-2018

Georgia Fischel
owns Dragonfly Native American Jewelry in Warrenton Virginia.  Her shop offers a variety of Native American jewelry and art.  A collector for nearly 40 years, Georgia is passionate about genuine Native American art and its ethical representation.  Having served on several major public boards in Virginia, she possesses a broad knowledge of operational, financial and resource experience.  She is a graduate of the University of Colorado in Boulder.

.Martin Seidel
Wholesale Representative
Golden Fleece Trading Company, Albuquerque, NM
Term 2014 - 2018

Martin Seidel
has grown up in the Indian jewely business, and now works with his father Raphael to help grow the family business.  Martin has been in charge of sales and marketing for the company for over 11 years.  During this time he has traveled all over the country doing wholesale shows of all types in order to promote the talents of the Indian artists with whom they work.

Past IACA Presidents

2016-2017 Kathi Ouellet
2015 Jacque Foutz
2011-2014 Joe Zeller
2010 Shane Hendren
2005-2009 Michael 'NaNa Ping' Garcia
2003-2004 Betty Numerof
2002 George Willis
2001 Susan Pourian
2000 Cliff Fragua
1999 Deanna Olson
1998 Georgiana K. Simpson
1996-1997 Andy Abeita
1995 Pam Phillips
1994 Thom Meyers
1993 Rita Alexander
1992 Joe Douthitt
1991 Alpine Rodman
1990 Dorothy Davis
1989 Dr. Kathryn Linden
1988 Leo Calac
1987 Dorothy Davis
1986 Frank Barker
1985 Anita Becker (Blythe)
1984 Fran Pawlowski
1983 Martha Hill
1982 Lillian Samuelson
1981 Joe Lowry
1980 Bill Conolly
1978-1979 Tom Wheeler
1977 Mark Bahti
1976 Tom Woodward
1974-1975 John D. Kennedy
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Indian Arts & Crafts Association
4010 Carlisle Blvd NE, Suite C
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107
Phone: 505.265.9149, fax: 505.265.8251, info@iaca.com
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