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The IACA Journal is published by the IACA-Education Fund four times each year for the benefit and enjoyment of IACA members, volunteers, sponsors, supporters and friends.

As additional issues are published, they will be posted here for your easy reference.

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Winter 2017

What is Indian Art?
Presidents Mesage
Welcome New IACA Members
IACA 2017 Board of Directors
Lines Blur Between Real and Fake Turquoise
Meet Your New IACA Board Members
Summer 2016

Buying and Selling Authentic American Indan Arts and Crafts
Presidents Message
New IACA Members
An Associations Vitaliy...How Does IACA Stack Up?
What Should We Allow?  Natural or Mass Produces Materials?
Spring, 2016

Shane R. Hendren, 2016 Artist of the Year
New IACA Members
Positive Outlook for American Indian Art in 2016?
IACA Member Artist Winners at the 2016 Heard Indian Market
Advertising and Promoting IACA Wholesale Markets
What do you think?  Are Wholesale Makets Obsolete?
Winter, 2016

Kathi Ouellet New IACA President:
New Board of Directors
Welcome New IACA Members
Value to IACA Members of Volunteers
Spring 2016 IACA Wholesale Market
Call for 2016 IACA Artist of the Year Candidates


Fall, 2015

IACA Fall Wholesale Market Set
The Gray Market: New Competition for the Industry
2016 IACA Survey to be Fielded
Challenging Issues in Today's American Indian Art Market: A Business of Arts Seminar
Summer, 2015

New Journal Format for Quick Read.
Edward Charlie IACA 2015 Artist of the Year
Welcome to New Members
Fall Wholesale Market Set
Wholesale Market Boosts Google Rankings
Become an IACA Board Member


  Fall, 2014 

Recognizing 32 Years of Artistic Excellence:
IACA Artist of the Year
IACA: 40 and Still Fighting!
History of the Creation of the IACA
Joe Douthett: A Force Dedicated to Protecting American Indian Art
40 Years of American Indian Art: From Fringe and Feathers to Modernism
  Summer, 2014 

IACA 2014 Artist of the Year
The Heard Museum Establishes IACA Research Collection
Pushing the Bounds of Tradition
Tree and Tradition: Maine Indian Basketry
Standing in Two Worlds, Iroquois in 2014
  Spring, 2014

Seminole Basket: The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Collection
Randy Chitto: Choctaw Clay Artist
Powwow at the Grand Village of the Natchez Indians
Patchwork: An Expression of Creativity
Winter, 2014

Native Arts for the Artic Regions of Our Continent
Millicent Rogers: The Name Behind the Museum
The Totem Pole Art of Tommy Josephs: Modern Themes and Traditional Carving Methods Keep Cultural Identity Alive in Alaska
Fall, 2013

Fall Harvest and The Three Sisters
Through Seasons and Generations: The Fragua Family of Jemez Pueblo
The Heritage of Art: Baskets and Pottery; The Transition from Function to Works of Art
Retail Profile: Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual
A Passion for Baskets: An Interview with Pat Harrington
Summer, 2013

2013 Artist of the Year, JT Willie
American Indian Beadwork: A Little History
Retail Profile: The Prairie Edge Story
From Traditional to Haute Couture. One Bead At A Time
Museum Profile: The Field Museum
IACA Markets: Beauty, Action, Friendship
Spring, 2013 

IACA and IACA-EF Gain New Board Members
IACA and IACA-EF - One Family
Retail Profile: Toh-Atin Gallery
Navajo Weaving in the 21st Century
Museum Profile: The Heard
Wholesale Profile: Shiprock Trading Post
Artist Profile: Susan Hudson
Fall, 2012

A Home for Art: The Eagle Collection
Heritage Market Moves to Santa Fe
Artist Profile: Debbie Lujan
Retail Profile: Case Trading Post
Scottsdale Community College Exhibit
New Artist Award: Sharon Abeyta
Summer, 2012

2012 Artist of the Year, Caroline Carpio
Profile: Gertrude Zachary
Profile: Katy's American Indian Arts
Plus
Fashion Spread
Plus
Association News

Spring, 2012

Perspective: Founding of IACA
Profile: Towayalane Trading Company
Profile: Pahponee
Profile: The Indan Crafts Shop
Plus
Fashion Shoot at Hotel Albuquerque
Plus
Association News

 

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