December 12, 2016 Across the street from the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, a Pueblo-owned Starbucks stands out for its unique Southwestern-style architecture. Details in the interior design honor its connection to Pueblo culture, including a horno-style fireplace and oversized photographs showing Pueblo landscapes.This Starbucks is also home to five beautiful handcrafted works
October 31, 2016 2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, and from the opening of our first permanent exhibit in April to our Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration in October, we’ve been celebrating Pueblo culture all year long. Throughout, we appreciated the support of our wider community,
October 17, 2016 Autumn months have historically meant two things for Pueblo people living off the land’s bounty in New Mexico: harvest and hunting. For centuries, cooler weather brought herds of bison to the southernmost edges of the Great Plains, where Pueblo hunting parties traveled to meet them each year.
October 10, 2016 Here at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center we’re happy to share new footage showcasing our museum’s first permanent exhibit, “We Are of This Place: The Pueblo Story.” We celebrated its grand opening on April 1 as part of our 40th anniversary year, and in the six months
September 26, 2016 In 1934, the U.S. government established a new federal holiday by designating the second Tuesday of October “Columbus Day.” For some it served to recognize a significant moment in world history; for many it gave undue glory to a foreign invader who repaid the Native population’s initial
July 18, 2016 At an elevation of 5,604 feet, Jemez Pueblo is over a mile high—the sort of place world-class athletes travel to train and build high-altitude endurance. But for the people of Jemez, the tall red mesas of northern New Mexico are simply home. Thin mountain air has never