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.

Collection Spotlight with Tracy Newkumet Burrows

Collection Spotlight with Tracy Newkumet Burrows

Above photo: Tracy Newkumet Burrows (Caddo/Delaware)   The Coe Center has partnered with First American Art Magazine to present an interactive Zoom series in which Native artists discuss artworks in the Coe Collections. Collections Spotlight brings deep dives...

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#NMTWINNING—a partnership with Vital Spaces, Santa Fe

#NMTWINNING—a partnership with Vital Spaces, Santa Fe

The Coe Center is very excited to be partnering with Vital Spaces, IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, the Museum of International Folk Art, and the New Mexico Museum of Art for #NMtwinning. We challenge you to recreate or reinterpret...

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SPRING IS FOR THE BIRDS

SPRING IS FOR THE BIRDS

Our Santa Fe springtime snowstorm arrived and departed, leaving us with sunny skies, unknown fruit blossom outcomes, and birds! In keeping with springtime thoughts, this week I thought I would concentrate on birds, so I searched our collections database and found 106...

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Postcards from the Coe

Postcards from the Coe

Art, as an act of gift-giving, is central to history and the ongoing stories of creative making in communities around the globe. Making something and offering it freely to another is a profound act of generosity and even sacrifice. Gifts come in many forms: a tiny...

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2020 Hands-On Curatorial Program

2020 Hands-On Curatorial Program

(I’m Nostalgic for) Memories I’ve Never Lived Before   The Hands-On Curatorial Program provides an opportunity for high school students to work hands-on with the Coe collection of over 2,300 works of Indigenous art from around the world. Through museum visits and...

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Adrian Wall: Mapping Our History, Projecting Our Future

Adrian Wall: Mapping Our History, Projecting Our Future

The artist and musician Adrian Wall (Jemez Pueblo) will host a free evening public program at the Coe Center. This program has been postponed due to COVID-19. We plan on rescheduling with Adrian once the Coronavirus pandemic has subsided. Through a week of intensive...

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First Friday with Guest Artist Eliza Naranjo Morse

First Friday with Guest Artist Eliza Naranjo Morse

Introducing First Friday with Guest Artists! The Coe's monthly First Friday open house will now be graced by a roster of brilliant artists who will visit with guests, discuss favorite pieces, and more. On March 6, 2020 our guest artist is the wonderful Eliza Naranjo...

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Jhane Myers: A Plains Woman’s Journey

Jhane Myers: A Plains Woman’s Journey

Saturday, February 15, 2 pm at the Coe Center for the Arts, the artist, filmmaker, and producer Jhane Myers (Comanche and Blackfeet) will host the program, titled Jhane Myers: A Plains Woman’s Journey. The program is the culmination of Myers’ mini-residency at the Coe...

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FUNCTION: The Film Premiere was held on Nov. 15, 2019

click above image to view the film We made plates together, we dined together, we broke plates together in the act of connection and learning… The Story continues… in the short film FUNCTION produced in partnership with Littleglobe Held on Friday, November 15, 6 pm at...

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“How it was handed to me” The Caesar Family Legacy

“How it was handed to me” The Caesar Family Legacy

The Coe Center is pleased to host an unparalleled jewelry event on December 12th. How It Was Handed to Me: The Caesar Family Legacy, organized by Kenneth Johnson (Muscogee/Seminole) gathers jewelers and jewelry from New Mexico, Oklahoma, and beyond into a complex...

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