“Degrees of Tradition” Comes Full Circle

“It surpassed my expectations of what I thought it was going to be,” says Acoma artist Jonathan Juanico of his debut solo show, “Degrees of Tradition,” which opened at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s Artists Circle Gallery on January 19, and runs through April 8. “I was floored at how

Continue reading

Plant a Seed in Our Resilience Garden

  Spring is almost here, and that means we’re entering seasons of growth—specifically our Seasons of Growth Learning Series here at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Through this program now in its second year, anyone and everyone can come experience Pueblo agricultural practices firsthand on the third Sunday of each

Continue reading

10 Treasures for Travelers (and Locals) at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

What are some of the top things you look for when you travel — food, new experiences, art, culture, entertainment, lodging? The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center features all of these in one convenient location. Whether you’re visiting from across the world or across the street, we’ve got a lot to

Continue reading

“Guy’s Family Road Trip” on the Food Network

August 11, 2017Take a tour of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center with Guy Fieri!We’re excited to play a starring role in his all-new show, Guy’s Family Road Trip, debuting on the Food Network on Friday August 18 at 7pm MST and 10pm MST, and again on Sunday August 20 at

Continue reading

Felix Vigil, Meditations on the Journey

June 26, 2017Here at the IPCC we’re excited to announce the next artist to be featured in out Artists Circle Gallery: multimedia artist Felix Vigil! Vigil is a classically trained fine artist who draws on heritage from both Jemez Pueblo and Jicarilla Apache forebears. We hope you’ll join us when

Continue reading

Summer Solstice Blues Fest

May 22, 2017Join us for our first-ever Summer Solstice Blues Fest on Friday, June 16!Local bands will share their live music with a family-friendly crowd in our mural-lined courtyard, including Memphis P. Tails, Felix Y Los Gatos, and Levi Platero, who hails from the Navajo Nation. Our museum exhibits and

Continue reading

Mother’s Day at the IPCC

May 1, 2017With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’re looking forward to hosting families for a day of cuisine, gift-giving, and cultural experiences here at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center! In honor of mothers everywhere, we’re taking $2 off museum admission on Sunday, May 14, so you can celebrate

Continue reading

Traditional Teachings Camp: Hands-On Fun for All Ages

April 17, 2017Here at the IPCC our Cultural Education Team is busy getting ready for our annual Traditional Teachings Camp! With sessions for both adults and kids, we invite everyone to join in the fun. Of course, these aren’t your average summer day camp: they’re an exploration of Pueblo culture

Continue reading

American Indian Week: Dancing, Art, & Cuisine

April 10, 2017We’re just a couple weeks away from our 38th Annual American Indian Week, and we couldn’t be more excited for the festivities ahead! There’s going to be something for everyone here April 24-30, including Native dances, art workshops, jewelry vendors, and New Native American Cuisine.First up is a

Continue reading

Two New Exhibits, One Grand Opening

April 3, 2017Following months of renovation, the dust will soon settle in our South Gallery here at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center! Our museum team and maintenance crews have been hard at work designing two all-new exhibits, and we’re excited to unveil both in one grand opening on Saturday, April

Continue reading