Category: Exhibitions

The Coe Center has a history of exhibiting Native art in conjunction with numerous institutions and collectors around the world. In addition, each year our Hands-On Student Curators exhibit their work under a common theme. These activities are supported by open access to the Coe Collection.

2017-18 Catch-22: Paradox and Paper

2017-18 Catch-22: Paradox and Paper

August 2017 – March 2018 Catch 22: Paradox on Paper, a selection of provocative works of contemporary art on paper from the collection of retired New York school teacher Edward J. Guarino, guest curated by Nina Sanders (Apsaalooke). This exhibition offered a...
2016-17 A View from Here: Northwest Coast Native Arts

2016-17 A View from Here: Northwest Coast Native Arts

The Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts was pleased to present A View from Here: Northwest Coast Native Arts. This exhibition gathered exquisite carvings and prints from the collection of Richard and Joan Chodosh. Including works from some of the region’s most...
2013 Plain and Fancy: Native American Splint Baskets

2013 Plain and Fancy: Native American Splint Baskets

August 10 – December 29, 2013Most Native American peoples weave baskets using various forms of grasses and shrubs, everything from sea grass, used by Eskimos and Aleuts, to willow, bracket fern and redbud used in California and the Great Basin. Fewer use...