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.

“The Giant Eskimo” by James Kivetoruk Moses

“The Giant Eskimo” by James Kivetoruk Moses

James Kivetoruk Moses (Inupiaq, Seward Peninsula, Nome Region, Alaska), The Eskimo Giant, c. 1970. Pen and Ink on cardboard. Private Collection   James Kivetoruk Moses (1903-1981) was a self-taught Inupiaq painter who created profoundly perceptive narrative works...

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Story Telling through Will Wilson —Special Offer

Story Telling through Will Wilson —Special Offer

With little doubt, you know that art museums and institutions across the nation have been dealt a particularly hard blow; many are struggling with budgetary concerns, closed doors, and staff lay-offs. Being creative and making oneself accessible in a virtual world has...

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Collection Spotlight with Tahnee Ahtoneharjo-Growingthunder

Collection Spotlight with Tahnee Ahtoneharjo-Growingthunder

Photo by Jason S. Ordaz   Collections Spotlight, a program developed in partnership with First American Art Magazine, is a free interactive, online discussion that brings together the public, scholars, and Native artists who select artworks from the Coe’s...

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James Kivetoruk Moses: Master Artist, opens 2021

James Kivetoruk Moses: Master Artist, opens 2021

James Kivetoruk Moses (1903-1981) was a self-taught Inupiaq painter who created profoundly perceptive narrative works about the Seward Peninsula region of northern Alaska and its Indigenous peoples, histories, and environment. His paintings are direct and optimistic,...

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