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 next Collections Spotlight event, a partnership with First American Art Magazine, will be on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at 3 pm MDT and will feature two guests, Lydia Louise Goings and Tonya E. Carroll. This interactive, online discussion brings together scholars and...
Kenneth Johnson is a contemporary Native American designer and metalsmith with an extensive career.
Rachel has led the development of the current center from idea to reality.
Vanessa Elmore is an art appraiser and has been in the art industry for over twenty years.
Randy J. Brokeshoulder is of Hopi, Navajo, and Absentee Shawnee heritage. He is a third-generation katsina carver and the great-grandson to Guy Maktima of Hotevilla—Third Mesa, Arizona. He currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico, as a finance banker and artist.
Haŋ mitakuyapi. Suŋgina Duzaham Wiŋyan emakiapi. Mnisda Wakiyaŋ Iŋga tiwahe etaŋhaŋ ouhepi. Damakoda nakun Nakoda, de Tatanka Oyate. Cante waste yuha, ciyuzihapi. (Greetings our relatives. My name is Jessa Rae Growing Thunder. The Growing Thunder family comes from...
Gerald G. Stiebel has been a dealer for over fifty years specializing in European arts.
Will Wilson is a Diné photographer who spent his formative years in the Navajo Nation.
Rachel de W. Wixom’s extensive experience includes ten years as Head of Publications of the Whitney Museum of American Art
Bess assists in developing and coordinating public programs including workshops, conversations, research visits and demonstrations with Native American artists.
Samantha Tracy is Diné from Fort Defiance, Arizona, and is a recent graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), where she received a BFA in Museum Studies.
Collections Spotlight, a program developed in partnership with First American Art Magazine, is an interactive, online discussion that brings together diverse scholars and Native artists who select artworks from the Coe’s collection to interpret and discuss. The...