PROGRAMS

Through Big Ideas, Engage People

The Coe offers unique, hands-on programs and exhibitions to engage and support communities, artists, and students of all ages. This enables deeper appreciation of the value of cultures all over the world…because the more we know about one other, the more we can work together for the common good.

Marie Watt Sewing Circle was held on July 16, 2019

Marie Watt Sewing Circle was held on July 16, 2019

The Coe Center was honored to host artist Marie Watt (Seneca Nation) on July 17, 2019. Watt's focus while in Santa Fe was on the concept of “mother” and all its varied, complex connotations. This event, in collaboration with the Institute of American Indian Arts...

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Marie Watt Sewing Circle

Marie Watt Sewing Circle

The Coe Center is honored to host artist Marie Watt (Seneca Nation) who will lead a community sewing circle on Tuesday, July 16 from 4:30 to 7:30 pm at the Coe. This event, in collaboration with the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum of Contemporary Native Arts...

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2019 Coe Center Open House

2019 Coe Center Open House

Please join us August 15, 1-4 pm for the Coe annual open house which honors the Growing Thunder Family. Joyce Growing Thunder (Assiniboine-Sioux) will be in residence with her family. Joyce, her daughter Juanita, and her granddaughters Jessa Rae and Camryn have...

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FUNCTION with Cannupa Hanska Luger

FUNCTION with Cannupa Hanska Luger

The Coe has partnered with Cannupa Hanska Luger, an internationally renowned artist, and activist, to create a large scale, interactive artwork entitled FUNCTION. FUNCTION is a play on the functional aspects of clay as a tool for practical use, and of art and food as...

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Summer Hours at the Coe

Summer Hours at the Coe

The Coe has extended open hours beginning Saturday, July 12, 2019. We will be open every Saturday through August 31, from 1-4 pm, with the exception of Santa Fe Indian Market—Saturday, August 17...
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2019 Hands-On Curatorial Program Exhibition

2019 Hands-On Curatorial Program Exhibition

Exhibition opening at the Ralph T. Coe Center Friday, May 10, 5-7 pm What is storytelling to you? Think about how many stories you've told in your life and how many you’ve heard; throughout the world many stories have been told in their own way, either by art, song,...

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2019 FUNCTION

2019 FUNCTION

April 3, 6, 9, and 13: Plate-Making Workshops August 15: Dinner at the Coe Workshop & Dinner Reservations at Eventbrite The Coe Center has partnered with Cannupa Hanska Luger, an internationally renowned artist, and activist, to create a large scale, interactive...

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2019 Hands-On Curatorial Program

2019 Hands-On Curatorial Program

Now in its fifth year working with high school students, the Hands-On Curatorial Program provides an opportunity for high school students to work hands-on with the Coe collection of over 2,000 works of indigenous art from around the world. Through museum visits and...

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2018-19 IMPRINT

2018-19 IMPRINT

A multi-layered collaborative exhibition that challenges our assumptions about how art engages with the public. Through March 2019 The relationship of the imprint between artist and audience is emotional and transcends markets, sales, and high-stakes auctions. Six...

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2018 Hands-On Curatorial Program

2018 Hands-On Curatorial Program

Eye Opener In its fourth year, the Hands-On Curatorial Program at the Coe Center included high school students from the Academy of Technology and the Classics (ATC) and the Santa Fe Indian School (SFIS). Returning students Gailene Morgan (Meskwaki Nation & Tesuque...

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2018 Humor is the Best Medicine: Salve for Sore Nerves

2018 Humor is the Best Medicine: Salve for Sore Nerves

Opened Saturday, April 14, 2018 Humor is the Best Medicine: Salve for Sore Nerves: a Creating Side-By-Side Program with Teri Greeves and Ken Williams. Exhibition up through May 1, 2018. The Coe Center is hosting Teri Greeves and Ken Williams in a Creating Side-By-Side...

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2017 Wanesia Misquadace: Birch Bark Biting

2017 Wanesia Misquadace: Birch Bark Biting

I love our people, I love the process of connecting my heart, my designs, and my feelings into each piece I create, share, and connect. My research explores metalsmithing as a subject and object, engaging the field's history, methods, and outcomes while exploring...

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