SPRING 2019

The Poeh Culture Center and Museum is currently enrolling students for the Spring 2019 Semester classes. The semester will last for 12 weeks and it begins February 4, 2019. Please note that class sizes are limited, so be sure to register now if you’d like to participate. Public is welcome to seasonal workshops, and please check back for upcoming workshops.

Class sizes are limited, so be sure to register now if you’d like to participate. Courses are open to Native American students only, with first preference to Tewa students.

Non-class hours studio use fee included in registration fee during semester only.

APPLICATION HERE! poehcenter.org/…/Poeh-Student-Arts-Class-Application-SP2019.pdf

NATIVE STUDY

(Enrollment to Native American Students only)

Jewelry – Instructor Erik Fender
One 6-hour class each week
Mondays: 3:00pm-9:00pm
$130 registration fee
First Day of Class: February 4, 2019

Pueblo Embroidery – Instructor Shawn Tafoya
Two 3-hour classes each week
Mondays and Tuesdays: 5:30pm-8:30pm
$100 registration fee
First Day of Class: February 4, 2019

Sewing Traditional Clothing – Instructor Evonne Martinez
Two 3-hour classes each week
Mondays and Tuesdays: 5:30pm-8:30pm
$60 registration fee for each 6 week period
First Day of Class: February 6, 2019
This first 6-week section is for beginners only. The second 6-week section as well as Intermediate and Advanced students.

Pueblo Pottery – Instructor Shawn Tafoya
Two 3-hour classes each week
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 5:30pm-8:30pm
$90 registration fee
First Day of Class: February 6, 2019

Rain Sash Weaving – Instructor Chris Velarde
Two 3-hour classes each week and 2 Saturdays
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 5:30pm-8:30pm
$90 registration fee
First Day of Class: February 6, 2019

Micaceous Pottery – Instructor Michael Bancroft
One 6-hour class each week
Saturdays: 9:00am-3:00pm
$90 registration fee
First Day of Class: February 9, 2019

Contact Program Director Stephen Fadden for more information: (505) 455-5063  sfadden@pojoaque.org

Benefits of Joining

  • Eligible for free of charge shared artist space at: local Native arts markets
  • Eligible for free of charge artist space at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino
  • Use Artist Resource Office featuring information on art markets, residencies, fellowships, educational programs, and support in artist portfolio, photography, biography, resume development
  • Special use of studios
  • Consignment consideration in Museum Gift Shop
  • Student Discount on Gift Shop purchases
  • Joining a community of artists
  • One of the most affordable arts programs