The future of Native culture lies with children, which is why the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) founded the Annual Native American Student Art Show, a special annual exhibition that encourages Native youth to learn an art and develop their own creativity. This year it celebrates its 38th year, and student artwork will be on display in the IPCC’s Artists Circle Gallery from November 4 through January 5. This year’s theme is “Storytelling.” IPCC is inviting students to create art showcasing their interpretation of this theme. Free with museum admission.
Photo from a previous year’s Pueblo Shop & Stroll: A Fireside Tradition. (Photo Credit: IPCC)
Holiday joy and festivities come to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center with their annual Pueblo Shop & Stroll: A Fireside Tradition happening Friday, December 1 from 5:00-8:00pm . Shop a bazaar featuring Native artists selling handcrafted clay ornaments, nativity sets, jewelry, art, and gifts. Meanwhile, kids will have fun with holiday arts and crafts. At day’s end, enjoy a special nighttime Native dance while sipping hot cocoa beside the bonfire or strolling among hundreds of luminarias. Free with museum admission.
Check out more events that IPCC is hosting in December on their website.