Native American Culture
- The Advanced Tribal Integrated Information Networks, Inc. (ATIIN) is a Native American owned and managed
business supporting other native businesses.
- Al Waquie United Indian Runners,
A non-profit running club promoting athletics and health.
- ENAN, the Educational
Native American Network is known as the "Grandfather of Indian
Networking". Their site is complemented by the beautiful artwork of
- Institute of American Indian Arts Museum,
located in Santa Fe is the nation's only congressionally chartered educational
institute devoted solely to the study and practice of the artistic and cultural
traditions of all American Indian and Alaska Native People.
- Office of Indian Education
Programs , or OIEP, of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is dedicated to proved
quality education opportunities from early childhood throughout life in
accordance with the Tribe's needs for cultural and economic well-being in
keeping with the wide diversity of Indian Tribes and Alaska Native villages as
distinct cultural and governmental entities.
- The Pueblo Culture Center has an excellent
site, written by Karen Strom, which we mirror here at VIVA New
The Pueblo Culture Center in Albuquerque is a beautiful museum and store, run
the pueblos themselves. If you are interested in authentic pueble jewelry,
pots, or art, or if you are interested in history you will not want to miss
Albuquerque landmark. It is just north or Interstate 40 on 12th Street.
- Mark Silversmith is a Native
American artist with a fine gallery in Farmington.
- Southwest Indian
Polytechnical Institute is a BIA funded college serving the needs of the
Native American Community.
- Zuni Mission Restoration Project is a
non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the Zuni mission
and it's unique murals.
- There are many native events held throughout the year, and we post the
we know about. Please see the Events page.
The Gallup area
lists many native events for western New Mexico.
For further research, see Native American
Resources on the Internet.
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Last updated April 21, 1996
Jim Peavler and Ron Wayne