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April 2017

38th Annual American Indian Week

April 24 - April 30
Cellicion Traditional Dancers-min

The IPCC has something for everyone during American Indian Week: traditional Native dances several times each day, workshops led by Native art experts each afternoon, and artists offering authentic handcrafted work for sale. The Pueblo Harvest Cafe will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner as usual, as well as host a special concession window in the courtyard! Spring Art Market: Sat. April 29 - Sun. April 30, 9 am - 5 pm The last weekend of American Indian Week is unmissable for art lovers! Our courtyard transforms into a bustling marketplace with over fifty artist booths featuring pottery, jewelry, paintings, and more. Enjoy all the activities of our week-long cultural celebration with an extra emphasis on art. Free with museum admission. Traditional Native Dances IPCC Courtyard Monday, 4/24 11 am & 2 pm: Southern Slam (Zia Pueblo) 12 pm & 3 pm: Hopi/Tewa Sinom Dancers (Nambe Pueblo) Tuesday, 4/25 11 am & 2 pm: Southern Slam (Zia Pueblo) 12 pm & 3 pm: Kallestewa (Zuni Pueblo) Wednesday, 4/26 11 am & 2 pm: Southern Slam (Zia Pueblo) 12 pm & 3 pm: Acoma Dance Group (Acoma Pueblo) Thursday, 4/27 11 am & 2 pm: Fontenelle Family Dancers (Zuni Pueblo, Cheyenne, Omaha) 12 pm & 3 pm: Acoma Dance Group (Acoma Pueblo) Friday, 4/28 11 am & 2 pm: Fontenelle Family Dancers (Zuni Pueblo, Cheyenne, Omaha) 12 pm & 3 pm: Acoma Dance Group (Acoma Pueblo) Saturday, 4/29 10 am & 1 pm: Cellicion Dance Group (Zuni Pueblo) 11 am & 2 pm: Sky City Dance Group (Acoma Pueblo) 12 pm & 3 pm: White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers (Apache) Sunday, 4/30 10 am & 1 pm: Cellicion Dance Group (Zuni Pueblo) 11 am & 2 pm: Sky City Dance Group (Acoma Pueblo) 12 pm & 3 pm: White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers (Apache) Art Workshops Shumakolowa Native Arts Monday, 4/24 1 pm: Andrew Thomas (Navajo), Zuni Fetishes Tuesday, 4/25 1 pm: Shane Smith (Navajo), An Exploration of Native Jewelry Wednesday, 4/26 1 pm: Andrew Thomas (Navajo), Rug Traditions Thursday, 4/27 1 pm: Ira Wilson (Navajo), Distinguishing Authentic Work from Imitations Friday, 4/28 1 pm: Shanna Outie, Hopi Crafts & Symbolism Saturday, 4/29 1-3 pm: Pam Lujan-Hauer (Taos Pueblo), Pottery Demonstration Sunday, 4/30 1-3 pm: Pam Lujan-Hauer (Taos Pueblo), Pottery Demonstration

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Bow & Arrow Pairing Dinner & Museum Experience

April 26 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bow and Arrow Pairing Dinner-min

Take a tour of both New Native American Cuisine and the IPCC’s beautiful permanent exhibit in one remarkable evening of culture. Museum Director Monique Fragua (Jemez) will be your guide through Pueblo art and history while the Pueblo Harvest Cafe’s award-winning culinary team caters to your senses with five courses of savory fare, perfectly paired with beverages provided by local Native-owned Bow & Arrow Brewing Co. For reservations call 505-724-3510. $65.  

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May 2017

Pueblo Book Club – Storyteller

May 9
Leslie Marmon Silko Storyteller

2-4 pm & 6-8 pm, IPCC Pueblo House Join fellow book-lovers in our monthly discussion of literature related to the Pueblo experience. In May we’ll explore the classic Storyteller by writer Leslie Marmon Silko, who created the collection by weaving together family photographs, short stories, and poetry influenced by the rich storytelling tradition of her home, the Pueblo of Laguna. Free. The Pueblo Book Club books are available for purchase at Shumakolowa.com!

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Seasons of Growth Gardening Class

May 14 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Mother Earth Day-min

Our new hands-on learning series continues in the Resilience Garden this month with activities guided by IPCC Cultural Education staff. In this session we’ll discuss planting and transplanting, work the soil, handle seedlings, and explore the Pueblo belief that it’s a blessing to be able to grow our own food from seed to harvest. Join us on the second Sunday of every month this spring and summer to cultivate your knowledge of Pueblo agriculture and cultivate practical skills. While the class is limited to ten participants, everyone is invited to participate in an hour of volunteering afterward. For reservations email bsandoval@indianpueblo.org. Suggested Donation: $5.

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A Voice Inside the Shell: Heishi Demonstration with Nick Rosetta

May 20 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Nick Rosetta

Nick Rosetta is a jewelry artist from Santo Domingo Pueblo known for his exquisite handcrafted heishi beads. From cutting and grinding to sanding and polishing, Rosetta is one of only a few artists who still creates these iconic shell and gemstone beads entirely by hand. Join him at Shumakolowa Native Arts for a special discussion of his work, from the history of heishi to the tools and materials he uses. Free.

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