Giving Growth

Giving Growth

“I can personally identify with the loneliness that the COVID epoch has bestowed upon us all. It is my hope that through this project, our outreach and art can begin to help restore and serve as another example of how vital community and cooperation are.”—Jamison Chās...
The voice woven into my sister’s clothes…

The voice woven into my sister’s clothes…

Artist Unknown (Tarahumara/Raramuri), Girl’s Skirt and Blouse, 2004, Muslin with red piping, Blouse: 11.75 x 28.75 in. (29.37 x 71.87 cm), Skirt: 19 x 38 in. (47.5 x 95 cm). LA0023 A piece holds power in its history. The hands that created it wove their identity,...
Jazmin Novak in Residence at the Coe

Jazmin Novak in Residence at the Coe

Please welcome, Jazmin Novak, our new Artist in Residence at the Project Space! Jazmin is a Navajo sculptor born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In 2021 she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts and a minor in Performing Arts at the Institute of...
Layli Long Soldier in Residence at the Coe

Layli Long Soldier in Residence at the Coe

  The Coe is thrilled to announce that the poet Layli Long Soldier (Oglala Lakota) will be writer-in-residence at the Coe from February through March 2022. As part of our ongoing commitment to sharing our wealth of space and supporting local Indigenous artists in...
Project Space as Artist Work Space Activated!

Project Space as Artist Work Space Activated!

Since Nani Chacon (Diné and Xicana) completed her stunning mural, You can’t take it with you… so give it all away on the exterior of the Coe’s new Project Space, we have been quietly sharing our wealth of space with members of our creative community. We feel honored...