Keshi is thrilled to announce that our physical gallery is open for in-person visits.

We are currently limiting capacity inside the building. As a courtesy, we ask that visitors be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and wear a mask. Our staff is fully vaccinated and continue to wear masks as well.

Walk-in visits are welcome as long as capacity is not exceeded. Once full, visitors may have a short wait while we rotate guests through the gallery. 

In the mean time, we are still available for curbside pick up and welcome requests via phone or email.

 We look forward to seeing you soon!

Elahkwa. Don k'ettsannishhi' a:deya'du.

(Thank you. May you all happily exist.)

 

KESHI: THE ZUNI CONNECTION

      Keshi (kay-SHE) is the traditional greeting of the Zuni Pueblo people who live in beautiful western New Mexico. Our store is called Keshi The Zuni Connection because of our close ties with the people of the Zuni Pueblo. Established in 1981 as a co-op for Zuni arts and crafts, Keshi has always maintained personal relationships with individual carvers, jewelers, and potters. We continue to buy directly from the Zuni people. Our reasonable prices and complete authenticity reflect this. We host one of the largest selections of Zuni fetishes in the world and we feel honored to be involved with these kind and generous people. We welcome you to call or visit Keshi and experience a Zuni connection for yourself. 

      Elahkwa
      (Thank You in Zuni) 

       

      The Keshi Foundation

      In 2016 the Keshi Foundation (TKF) was created as a public charity 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation and sister organization to the Keshi gallery (Keshi, Inc.). With seed money from Keshi, Inc. and other donors, The Keshi Foundation Board and Advisory Committee review relevant and culturally appropriate projects to support and channel funds to those causes. With utmost respect for the Zuni People and with their vital input and collaboration, The Keshi Foundation acts as an outreach organization which receives, considers, and selects individual and group needs in the pueblo and assists in meeting those needs.
      To learn more about the Foundation and its project(s) please visit the
      Keshi Foundation website.

      If you have Zuni treasures(s) that you would like to donate to The Keshi Foundation, please contact Robin Dunlap at 505-660-0981 or at robindunlap108@gmail.com to discuss the pieces in your collection. Pieces that are donated will directly benefit the Zuni people. You may receive a tax deduction for your donation.