Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
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The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center "Gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico"
IPCC South Entrance

Photo of the south entrance to IPCC

The 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, opened the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) in August 1976 to showcase the history and accomplishments of the Pueblo people from pre-Columbian to current time.
Thousands visit IPCC each year to experience Pueblo culture and hospitality.
The environment at IPCC provides a peaceful respite for visitors. The plaza's circular form, adorned by murals painted by renowned Pueblo artists, beautifully accentuates the architectural design of the center.

The Center's focus is a 10,000 sq. ft. museum featuring the authentic history and artifacts of traditional Pueblo cultures and their contemporary art. The permanent exhibit highlights the Pueblo peoples' creativity and adaptations that made possible the survival, diversity and achievements of each of the 19 Pueblos.

Our new exhibition galleries are devoted to changing historical and fine art presentations reflective of the Native American people of the southwest with an emphasis on Pueblo art and history.

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