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Della Warrior, Otoe-Missouria, to lead New Mexico museum
Posted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Della Warrior, a member of the
, has been named director of the
New Mexico Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Warrior, a former president of the
Institute of American Indian Arts
in Santa Fe, was selected after a national search. She will start the job on June 24.
“I am thankful to be given this opportunity to work with an institution that has been vitally instrumental in showcasing the beauty of Native arts,”
Warrior said in a press release
. “My vision is for MIAC to become a leader in developing exhibits and programming that share the rich histories and vibrant cultures of Indigenous peoples by engaging Native people."
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