The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's museum is the preeminent place to discover the history, culture, and art of the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. Our permanent collection houses thousands of rare artifacts and works of art, including a world-renowned collection of historic and contemporary Pueblo pottery, as well as baskets, weaving, painting, murals, jewelry, and photographs.
the Pueblo Harvest Cafe is a full-service restaurant and bakery known for its extraordinary New Native American Cuisine, which incorporates traditional Pueblo flavors into contemporary cooking. Our seasonal menus bridge cultures by pairing indigenous ingredients with culinary influences from around the world, promoting Native cuisine as a living, vibrant part of the modern food world that’s accessible to all.
The premiere shopping destination for Native Art, Shumakolowa was founded in 1976 to gather and showcase work from Pueblo and Southwestern Native artists. Discover traditional and contemporary arts from award‐winning, internationally renowned artists as well as emerging talents, and shop art that is valuable for its beauty, craftsmanship and connection to tradition.
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We were recently updating a page on our website and were surprised when we came across some text using the outdated term “Anasazi.” We recognized
- 05 JulRead more
Fighting Fires and Chasing Dinosaurs: An Interview with Artist Levon Loncassion Levon Loncassion is an award-winning artist from Zuni Pueblo, with works at Mesa Verde
- 02 JanRead more
One of the beautiful things in life is that everywhere you look, there’s a story behind what you see. We want to share with you
- 22 FebRead more
From red rocks to white hills and green fields, this is the place where Towa words ride the wind, reaching the ears of corn along
- 09 JanRead more
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