Poeh Cultural Center

Poeh Cultural Center Visit the Poeh Cultural Center to experience Pueblo Indian history, Smithsonian pottery collection exhibit, Native American arts & crafts gift shop, artisan demonstrations, dances and traditional arts classes. Owned and operated by the Pueblo of Pojoaque.
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Visit the Poeh Cultural Center to experience Pueblo Indian history, Smithsonian pottery collection exhibit, Native American arts & crafts gift shop, artisan demonstrations, dances and traditional arts classes. Native American owned and operated on the Pueblo of Pojoaque.

05/07/2020
Michael Billie Tutorial

Michael Billie from Farmington, NM has provided a demonstration video! Keep up the fantastic creativity everyone!

#stayhome #keeptraditionsalive #practiceyourart

Every Thursday At 2 PM - Facebook Live Native Artist Support Info.May 7, (Artist Trainings)Stephen Fadden - Program Dire...
05/06/2020

Every Thursday At 2 PM - Facebook Live Native Artist Support Info.

May 7, (Artist Trainings)
Stephen Fadden - Program Director

#talkingcircles

05/06/2020

• The Poeh Museum •
(Tewa poeh, "pathway") is a museum in Pojoaque, New Mexico, U.S.A.
It’s traditional name is “Po’su wae geh”, which translates to “water gathering place” in the Tewa language.
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In 1988, the Pueblo of Pojoaque established the Poeh Cultural Center as the first permanent tribally owned and operated mechanism for cultural preservation and revitalization within the Pueblo communities of the northern Rio Grande Valley.
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The Poeh has since become a resource for Pueblo people to learn the arts and culture of our ancestors.
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Music: By Tony Duncan, “Grandmother Moon”
from the album Earth Warrior (Light of our Ancestors)
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#TewaCountry #POEHmeansPath #DIWAEPOWA #Tewalangauge #newMexicoTrue #pottery #Smithsonian #partnerships #hiddengems #culturalCenter #Historic #virtualtour #worksofArt #stayhome #curators #workingtogether #pojoaque #tonyduncan #grandmothermoon

Here, at the Poeh, old rhythms of life and ways of making beauty are still important. In the Tewa Pueblo language Poeh t...
05/06/2020

Here, at the Poeh, old rhythms of life and ways of making beauty are still important. In the Tewa Pueblo language Poeh translates to “path” and the Poeh Cultural Center embodies that pathway.

TRIBALLY OPERATED & OWNED SINCE 1988
OVER 100 TRIBAL NATIONS SERVED.

www.PoehCenter.org/support
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“Remember the sky that you were born under,
know each of the star's stories.
Remember the moon, know who she is.
Remember the sun's birth at dawn, that is the
strongest point of time. Remember sundown
and the giving away to night.
Remember your birth, how your mother struggled
to give you form and breath. You are evidence of
her life, and her mother's, and hers.
Remember your father. He is your life, also.
Remember the earth whose skin you are:
red earth, black earth, yellow earth, white earth
brown earth, we are earth.
Remember the plants, trees, animal life who all have their
tribes, their families, their histories, too. Talk to them,
listen to them. They are alive poems.
Remember the wind. Remember her voice. She knows the
origin of this universe.
Remember you are all people and all people
are you.
Remember you are this universe and this
universe is you.
Remember all is in motion, is growing, is you.
Remember language comes from this.
Remember the dance language is, that life is.
Remember.”


"Remember." written by Joy Harjo from the book ‘She Had Some Horses’ ©1983.
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#PoehmeansPath #mothersDay2020 #Memories #Motherhood #NativeArts #Poetry #SelfExpression #Horses #NativeLanguage #NativeBusiness #Matriarch #JoyHarjo #Community #MotherEarth #Dibé #sheep #Diné #velvet #cradleboard #respect #parenting #BuyLocal #Bossbabes

VIRTUAL TOUR: DI WAE POWA__________________________________100 of the pots from six pueblos (Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Oh...
05/05/2020

VIRTUAL TOUR: DI WAE POWA
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100 of the pots from six pueblos (Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Ohkay Owingeh, Santa Clara, Tesuque, and Nambé) were successfully returend home and were reunited with the descendants of their makers. The six Tewa-speaking Pueblos — Nambé, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Ohkay Owingeh (formerly San Juan), Santa Clara, and Tesuque — line the Rio Grande north of Santa Fe.

After several years of negotiation, the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, has agreed to a long-term loan with the Poeh Museum & Cultural Center (in Pojoaque, NM) for the exhibition Di Wae Powa: Return of Historic Tewa Pottery.

Enjoy the photos and try to imagine the hands of the makers working the clay from earth to finished pieces. They Came Back: Di Wae Powa.

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READ MORE: https://www.ne
wmexico.org/nmmagazine/articles/post/tewa-pottery/

And Virtual Tour:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0J2kaNbrk_0

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#TewaCountry #POEHmeansPath #DIWAEPOWA #Tewalangauge #newMexicoTrue #pottery #Smithsonian #partnerships #hiddengems #culturalCenter #Historic #virtualtour #worksofArt #stayhome #curators #workingtogether #pojoaque

National Congress of American Indians
05/05/2020

National Congress of American Indians

The murder rate of Native women is 10x the national average on some reservations. Their disappearances/murders are often connected to domestic violence/sexual assault. Join us in wearing red tomorrow. #MMIWGActionNow #NoMoreStolenSisters #MMIWG

05/05/2020
Artkala4u

Artkala4u

Amazing Hair rubber band craft idea

May the 4th be with you All. _____#nativeartist #michaelToya #jemezpueblo #starwars #georgelucas #princess #droid #cultu...
05/05/2020

May the 4th be with you All.
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#nativeartist #michaelToya #jemezpueblo #starwars #georgelucas #princess #droid #culture #storytelling #artwork

Jemez Pueblo artist Michael Toya with one of his amazing Pueblo-style Star Wars creations.
#MayThe4thBeWithYou

More information from New Mexico’s Governor’s office. #stayhome #newmexiconews #update #poehcenter #communitynews #besaf...
05/04/2020

More information from New Mexico’s Governor’s office.

#stayhome #newmexiconews #update #poehcenter #communitynews #besafe

The timeline for reopening New Mexico depends upon New Mexicans.

Gathering with people and failing to stay home will worsen the spread of this virus. It will lead to more illness and death.

We cannot win this fight if we let our collective guard down.

#StayHomeSaveLives

04/30/2020
Native Artists get 100% of sales from Native Artist Marketplace. We're proud to support Native Arts.#nativeartistmarketp...
04/29/2020

Native Artists get 100% of sales from Native Artist Marketplace. We're proud to support Native Arts.

#nativeartistmarketplace #nativearts

Call For Artists! Submit your artwork proposal for a virtual exhibit working with the theme: "Protecting The Cultural Co...
04/29/2020

Call For Artists!
Submit your artwork proposal for a virtual exhibit working with the theme: "Protecting The Cultural Community"

Submit by Friday, May 29
Accepted Artists Will Receive $100
Open To All Native Artists

Contact: Lynda Romero - [email protected]

Thursday At 2 PM - Facebook Live Native Artist Support Info.May 7, (Artist Trainings)Stephen Fadden - Program Director#t...
04/29/2020

Thursday At 2 PM - Facebook Live Native Artist Support Info.

May 7, (Artist Trainings)
Stephen Fadden - Program Director

#talkingcircles

Every Thursday At 2 PM - Facebook Live Native Artist Support Info.April 30, (Artist Opportunities)Karl Duncan - Executiv...
04/29/2020

Every Thursday At 2 PM - Facebook Live Native Artist Support Info.

April 30, (Artist Opportunities)
Karl Duncan - Executive Director
& Jake Viarrial- Tourism Coordinator

#talkingcircles

Thank you Santa Fe Community Foundation for your support! Find our Native community resources at, www.poehcenter.org/sup...
04/29/2020

Thank you Santa Fe Community Foundation for your support!

Find our Native community resources at, www.poehcenter.org/support

Today, the Santa Fe Community Foundation announces a sixth round of grants through the COVID-19 Response Fund with total grant awards now well exceeding a half million dollars.

In this sixth round, the following 12 nonprofits were awarded a total of $57,500:

•Collaborative Educators Network/Santa Fe Botanical Garden
•Fathers New Mexico
•Gerard's House
•New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness
•New Mexico School for the Arts-- Arts Institute
•Performance Santa Fe
•Pueblo of Pojoaque for the Poeh Cultural Center
•Rosie the Respirators/NM Voices for Children
•Rural Community Assistance Corporation
•Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association
•Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra
•Women's Jewelry Collective/Solace Crisis Treatment Center

Over the past six weeks generous donors have responded to the urgency of the crisis with profound giving and we feel privileged to have stewarded those contributions to more than a half million dollars in grants to nonprofits serving Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, and Mora counties.

To date, the COVID-19 Response Fund has been able to provide over $537,400 in grants to 88 organizations addressing community needs.

While still supporting emergency issues like food security, grants are increasingly addressing the important educational needs to keep our children’s learning moving forward with the closure of schools and also to shore up the income security of residents across our region. For six weeks in a row, we have mobilized and delivered resources to nonprofits that are keeping our communities strong through this crisis, but we also need to recognize that needs are only increasing and we hope every person who can give to the Fund will do so.

To apply to the COVID-19 Response Fund at the Santa Fe Community Foundation visit:

santafecf.org/nonprofits/grantseekers

Tax deductible donations* to the COVID-19 Response Fund can be made in the following ways:

Visit SantaFeCF.org or by calling (505) 988-9715. Text “covid” to (505) 333-4714 to give.

*The Santa Fe Community Foundation is not taking an administrative fee for this Fund. 100% of donations received are directed to nonprofit organizations serving our region.

These talking circles will be a space to discuss how things are going in the Native artist community. We will be listeni...
04/28/2020

These talking circles will be a space to discuss how things are going in the Native artist community. We will be listening, sharing our resources and answering your questions.

Free & Open
Respectful Place
Thursdays at 2:00pm - Facebook Live

April 30, (Artist Opportunities)
May 7 (Artist Trainings)
May 14 (Artist Grants & Planning)

Pueblo of Laguna covid-19
04/26/2020

Pueblo of Laguna covid-19

Thank you to the POL Behavioral Health Services and Social Services for continuing to offer support to our community. If you need someone to talk to about anxiety and/or stress, call 552-6513.
#MentalHealth #TraditionalWays #StayHealthy

04/26/2020
Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute

Roxanne Swentzell of Santa Clara Pueblo on cold frames for your garden.

Part 1 of making little greenhouses or cold frames for early planting or seedlings starts.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
04/24/2020

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Zia Pueblo received its first delivery this morning from the Pueblo Relief Fund that launched just last week. Right now, Native communities are being hit hard by the pandemic, comprising 44% of cases in New Mexico.

Contributions both large and small combine to provide essential supplies for Pueblo nations. Please help if you're able to: http://pueblorelieffund.org/

Pueblo of Pojoaque
04/24/2020

Pueblo of Pojoaque

Come and get tested today and tomorrow at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino in Pojoaque. #togetherwearestronger #staywell

Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute
04/24/2020

Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute

04/23/2020
Crayola

Crayola

#Live - Craft Box Girls by Lynn Lilly shares 3 recycled crafts you can make at home to celebrate Earth Day

Find more at home activities here--->>> https://crayola.com/athome

Indianz.Com
04/22/2020
Indianz.Com

Indianz.Com

Ohkay Owingeh is reporting promising developments in the fight against the #Coronavirus. After widespread testing on the reservation in northern #NewMexico, no #COVID19 positive cases have been detected.

New Mexico Department of Health
04/21/2020

New Mexico Department of Health

Interested in making your own homemade face mask? Here is an easy to follow video tutorial: https://youtu.be/r1FLAYYzj9M.

KOB 4
04/21/2020
KOB 4

KOB 4

The hotel is housing COVID-19 patients from other New Mexico tribes as well as others who await their test results.

Native Art is vital to Native identity. Please support Native artists that are being affected by this unprecedented chan...
04/19/2020

Native Art is vital to Native identity. Please support Native artists that are being affected by this unprecedented change in history and way of life by visiting and purchasing items on Native Artist Marketplace. A little bit can go a long way. Buy directly from a Native Artist.

Poeh Cultural Center encourages everyone to support their local Native Artist and communities. Together we will move forward in healthy and positive ways by supporting the artists that bring creations to life.

#buynative #supportnativeartists #nativeartistmarketplace

KOB 4
04/17/2020
KOB 4

KOB 4

People will also be able to text with a peer if they are not ready to talk over the phone.

Poeh Cultural Center supports Native Artists during Pandemic. We are happy to announce our support programming for Nativ...
04/15/2020

Poeh Cultural Center supports Native Artists during Pandemic. We are happy to announce our support programming for Native Artists.
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1.) Visit this link to Read More: www.poehcenter.org/support

2.) VISIT THIS LINK IF YOU ARE A NATIVE ARTIST or just support this work. We appreciate all input and collaborations.

NATIVE ARTIST MARKETPLACE:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/143963350376035/

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#keepmakingart #continuingculture #nativeart

Protect the Sacred
04/10/2020

Protect the Sacred

**Clarification - 6pm Mountain Time** Navajo Nation and Indian Country! We're excited to announce our next FB Live Stream tomorrow night at 6pm MT with our heroic friends: Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer, Radmilla Cody, Mark Ruffalo, Taika Waititi, and #PaulRudd! We're calling on all of our Native heroes and sheroes (that's you, Navajo and Native youth) to #stopthespread of #COVID19. Join us here on our FB Page tomorrow night. We hope to see our youth tuning in because we're announcing our Navajo Hero & Shero Challenge! Ahéhee'! [Designed by Navajo Artist Taylor Bennett-Begaye]

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78 Cities Of Gold Rd
Santa Fe, NM
87506

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