Known as a Gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) is a space where Pueblo people can tell their story. With a mission to “preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect, the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico,” IPCC is a leader in educating visitors about the legacy of resilience, accomplishments, and living history of Pueblo people.

Alongside hosting traditional Pueblo dances year round and featuring collections of Pueblo artists’ murals and pottery in their museum, IPCC also offers an exciting schedule of cultural, educational, and community activities, including:

Consumed by Design: Exhibit Opening with Marla Allison 

February 25, 2pm-5pm

Pottery Girl by Marla Allison

Celebrate with painter Marla Allison of Laguna Pueblo as she unveils her work in an innovative new show. This marks the first time the IPCC has hosted an exhibit in which the art is for sale, promoting a contemporary Pueblo artist’s career while providing art collectors a new avenue to support IPCC’s nonprofit’s collections and curatorial department. Free with museum admission. Exhibit open through June 2017.

Seasons of Growth Gardening Class

March 12, 9am-11am

Photo Credit: IPCC. Community Harvest

Kick off the 2017 growing season at IPCC’s brand-new Seasons of Growth classes in their Community Teaching Garden. Cultivate knowledge and grow skills on the second Sunday of every month, from planting heirloom seeds to harvesting crops come fall. Each session will offer a hands-on learning experience guided by IPCC Cultural Education staff and expert guests. $5.