To support his education, the Cold Lake band helped out, as did the Canadian Native Arts Foundation, the University of New Mexico, and his own three-credit course on drawing (painting, pencil, charcoal, etc.
What does CNAF stand for?
CNAF stands for Canadian Native Arts Foundation
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We have 16 other meanings of CNAF in our Acronym Attic
- Clasificación Nacional de Actividades Económicas
- Computer Networks at Ease (Australia)
- Consejo Nacional de las Artes Escenicas (National Council for Performing Arts; Cuba)
- Contributions to North American Ethnology (periodical)
- California Newspaper Advertising Executives Association
- Consortium of National Arts Education Associations
- China National Association of Engineering Consultants
- Committee on National Accreditation of Environmental Laboratories
- Chevron North American Exploration and Production Company (ChevronTexaco; petroleum engineering)
- Caisse Nationale des Allocations Familiales (French: national family allowances fund)
- Carnation Nutra-Analogue Foods Ltd.
- Combined Name and Address File
- Commander, Naval Air Forces
- Component-Numbered Air Force
- Compressed Non-Asbestos Fibre (product feature)
- China National Academy of Fine Arts
- Council of North American Film Archives (est. 1998)
- Conseil National des Associations Familiales Laïques (French: National Council of Secular Family Associations)
- Confédération Nationale des Associations Familiales Catholiques (French: National Confederation of Catholic Family Associations)
- Commander, Naval Air Force Reserve (US Navy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Bell represents the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, formerly the Canadian Native Arts Foundation and puts the show together.
Each year, the Canadian Native Arts Foundation selects 14 leading Aboriginal Canadians who have contributed to this country, including a lifetime achievement award and a youth award winner.
Presented by the Canadian Native Arts Foundation and sponsored by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, as well as 24 other public-and private-sector sponsoring bodies, the awards show was the fourth-annual celebration of excellence in Aboriginal Canada.
Mohawk composer and conductor John Kim Bell is the founder and president of the Canadian Native Arts Foundation, as well as founder and chair of the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards.
It will be administered by the Canadian Native Arts Foundation and will provide money for Metis and non-Status students and others who "may fall between the cracks," said John Kim Bell, president of the foundation.
The Canadian Native Arts Foundation, Canadian Aboriginal Science Engineering Association and the Calgary Foundation have each submitted proposals to assist in managing the fund.