Special First Friday: Guest Lecturer – Mateo Romero

Special First Friday: Guest Lecturer – Mateo Romero

Special Guest Lecturer: Mateo RomeroCochiti Pottery In The Coe Collection First Friday, February 3rd at 1:00 PM Mateo Romero is an award-winning, contemporary Cochiti Pueblo painter. Romero received his BA in Painting and Art History from Dartmouth College and his MFA...
2023 Hands-On Curatorial Program

2023 Hands-On Curatorial Program

2023 – Why and How Do Animals Matter In Our Lives? Hello friends of the Coe Center! My name is Lillia McEnaney. I come to the Coe Center after living and working in Santa Fe for almost five years. I am thrilled to join the organization as the director of the...
Lesson in Mindful Collections Management

Lesson in Mindful Collections Management

As an Anthropology major with a focus on archaeology, a component of my education is the proper management of the objects that are excavated or in some way have archaeological value through their history or context. These objects often end up in massive collections...
Giving Growth

Giving Growth

Giving Growth Countdown Day(s) : Hour(s) : Minute(s) : Second(s) “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...
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,...