Founded in 1988 by Tribal Council Resolution, the Poeh Museum is a unique hub of Pueblo culture that serves Native and non-Native peoples alike. The Poeh Museum is a key resource for the promotion and preservation of Native American Pueblo art and culture, with a primary focus on the artists of the six Tewa-speaking Pueblos of northern New Mexico. 

As part of the Poeh Cuiltural Center, its programs focus on the preservation of traditional and contemporary Pueblo art and culture. Its rapidly growing collections include contemporary, historical, and archaeological works, which are invaluable resources to artists and researchers from both within and outside the Pueblo community.

The Poeh Museum hosts three rotating exhibitions a year, drawing on well-known artists, faculty, and students from the Poeh Arts program and the museum’s permanent collection. The Permanent Collection was unveiled on August 14, 2005

Exhibitions & Dates