Bahpíbo, and Welcome to the Poeh Arts was founded to help Native American, specifically the northern pueblo tribes and regional communities preserve and promote the culture of Northern New Mexico.
To preserve and promote Pueblo and Native American cultural arts.
To facilitate a path for the Pueblo and Native American cultural arts through teaching and outreach opportunities.
Culture – We value historic traditions, heritage and spirituality.
Community – We value a responsible learning environment.
Creativity – We value artistic expression and learning.
The Poeh Arts Program provides art education to Native Americans and especially Tewa, Tiwa, and other Pueblo Indians. The art education comprises both Traditional and Vocational Arts and complements the overall goals of the Poeh Cultural Center, which are among others, to be a resource place for Pueblo tradition and teaching the arts. Traditional Art classes are offered on a seasonal basis and include Basketry, Embroidery, Hide Tanning and Moccasin making, among other media. Art classes include Jewelry, Pottery, Weaving, Sewing and Embroidery
Tewa Pueblo Pottery Demonstration by San Ildefonso Pueblo Artist Erik “Than Tsideh” Fender.
Mr. Fender teaches pottery at the Poeh Cultural Center, a tribally led program of the Pueblo of Pojoaque.
Learn the basics of setting up a Facebook Business Page for artists.
Get quick tips and be guided through the process of how to reach new customers, make the sale and deliver the goods.
Created by Stephen Fadden, Program Director at the Poeh Cultural Center.
Open: Mon thru Fri – 10am to 5pm
Roxanne Swentzell Tower Gallery: Monday thru Friday 10am-4pm
78 Cities of Gold Road
Santa Fe, NM 87506
Museum Info: (505) 455-5041
Administration: (505) 455-5040