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November 2017

38th Annual Native American Student Art Show

November 4, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - January 5, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

The future of Native culture lies with children, which is why the IPCC founded this special annual exhibition to encourage Native youth to learn an art and develop their own creativity. Student artwork will be on display in the IPCC’s Artists Circle Gallery from November 4 through January 5. This year’s theme is “Storytelling.” We’re inviting students to create art showcasing their interpretation of this theme. This Year's Winners Include: K-2 Drawing/Painting: 1st – Dartagnan Calabaza, Laguna/Santo Domingo Pueblo, 7 2nd – Xamina Mariano, Laguna Pueblo, 5 3rd – Lailohna Ray, Laguna Pueblo, 5 HM – Gavin Sarracino, Lagun Pueblo, 5 K-2 Mixed Medium: 1st - Andrew Blevins, isleta Pueblo, 7 3-5 Drawing/Painting: 1st – Michael Padilla, Isleta Pueblo, 9 2nd – Josiah E. Jojola, Isleta Pueblo, 10 3rd – Kree K, Isleta Pueblo, 9 HM – Ezra Smith, Santa Clara Pueblo, 8 3-5 Mixed Medium: 1st – Carlos Ray Elementary Native American Students, Various Tribes 2nd – Brook Vigil, San Ildefonso Pueblo, 10 3rd – Bradyn Rodrigues, Nambe Pueblo, 10 HM – Izabela R Lujan, Nambe Pueblo, 10 3-5 Three-Dimensional: 1st – Maityaitsa Fry, Laguna/Acoma/Chickasaw/Cherokee, 9 2nd – Dante Marmon, Laguna Peublo, 9 3rd – Andrew and Aiden Chopito, Zuni Pueblo, 10 HM – Wynter Denipah, San Juan/Santa Clara, 8 6-8 Drawing/Painting: 1st – Dylan Lente, Isleta Pueblo, 11 2nd – Sage Pino, Acoma Pueblo, 13 3rd – Aaliyah Lujan, Isleta Pueblo, 11 HM – Joey Martin, Isleta Pueblo, 11 9-12 Drawing/Painting: 1st – Miya Chavez, San Felipe Pueblo, 14 2nd – 31 3rd – Arianna Beyal, Navajo, 17 HM – Samantha Poncho, Mescalero Apache, 17 9-12 Mixed Medium: 1st – Hailee Williams, Mescalero Apache, 17 9-12 Three-Dimensional: 1st – Nicholas Taylor, Santa Clara Pueblo, 15 BEST OF SHOW: Leanna Lauis, Tesuque Pueblo/Tohono O'odham/Akimel O'odham/Wailaki, 16 – From 9-12 Mixed Medium Category Thank You To Our Sponsors Sponsors                     

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4th Annual Pueblo Film Fest

November 17 - November 19
4th Annual PFF

Experience the only film festival in the country devoted to the work of Pueblo filmmakers and actors, as well as to films that explore the Pueblo experience! The weekend includes film screenings, presentations, and discussions with renowned Pueblo filmmakers. This year we'll show a mix of classic Native-made movies as well as new work, and even host interactive workshops and a casting call! Everyone is invited to come be entertained, learn what’s happening in the film world, and forge new connections with those in the industry. Suggested donation of $10 for admission. This year's screenings and workshops will include:    Friday November 17: 6 pm: Opening Reception w/ appetizers & drinks 7 pm: Special Screening of Rumble: Indians Who Rocked the World by Catherine Bainbridge Tells the story of a profound, essential, and, until now, missing chapter in the history of American music: the Indigenous influence. Films Saturday November 18: Located at Chaco Ballroom I & II 10:00 am - Opening Remarks 10:05 am - Racing the Rez by: Brian TruglIo Focusing on five teens living on the Navajo and Hopi reservations, Racing the Rez unfolds over two years of careful, patient observation, and offers a rare view into the surprising complexity and diversity of contemporary reservation life. 11:02 am - Break 11:15 am - Grab by: Billy Luther (Laguna) A community-wide prayer of abundance, thanks, and renewal, Grab Day exists at the intersection of traditional Native and contemporary Western cultures. 12:15 pm - lunch break 1:15 pm - Defending the Fire by: Silver Bullet Productions With a focus on the spiritual and historic journey of Native American Warriors, Silver Bullet Productions will present the story of the Warrior, the importance of cultures in modern quests, and the lessons of war through the lens of these cul- tures. 2:15 pm - break 2:30 pm - Frontera!  by: John Jota Leaños This animated documentary tells the story of the 1680 Pueblo Revolt. Guest: Lee Moquino from Laguna (voice of Po’pay) 2:50 pm - break 3:00 pm - Veiled Lightning/NATIvE Voltage by: Ashley Lynn Browning (Santa Clara & Pojoaque) & Jaima Chevalier This film explores the culture of protest in Native America and beyond – as seen through the lens of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. Workshops Saturday November 18: Located at Silver & TurquoIse room 10:30 am - Pitch Your Story: Learn How to Pitch a Film Facilitators: Beverly Singer (Santa Clara) Jonathan  Sims (Acoma) Sunday November 19: Located at Chaco Ballroom I & II 10:00 am - Welcome! 10:05 am - our Spirits Don’t Speak English by: Chip Richie This film uncovers the dark history of U.S. Government policy which took Indian children from their homes, forced them into boarding schools, and enacted a policy of educating them in the ways of Western Society. 11:25 am - Break 11:35 am - Albuquerque Indian School Exhibition Film by: Jonathan Sims (Acoma) AIS Alumni speak about their experiences at the Albuquerque Indian School while photos of the property, students, and events are shown. 12:05 pm - Lunch Break 1:05 pm - More Than a Word by: Kenneth Little & John Little (Standing rock Sioux) This film analyzes the Washington football team…

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Museum Store Sunday

November 26
Museum Store Sunday

Museum Store Sunday is THE day to support museum stores worldwide, and you can take part by starting your holiday shopping at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s museum store! Owned and operated by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, Shumakolowa Native Arts offers an unsurpassed collection of original, handcrafted works of Native American art, as well as exclusive gifts like Pueblo pottery mugs. Shop in person or online at Shumakolowa.com!

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Educator Open House

November 29 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Educator Open House at IPCC

To honor and celebrate Native American Heritage Month, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center invites educators from near and far to come experience our museum, learn about our hands-on activities, and hear first-hand about the impact and importance of our Pueblo Curriculum Project. This exclusive Open House is a unique opportunity for those interested in incorporating the Pueblo story in their educational work through history, art, and culture, and to learn how the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center can enrich their programming and connection to Pueblo culture. Free. Breakout sessions in Chaco III: 4:30 – 5:00pm Overview of Pueblo Curriculum 5:00 – 5:30pm Elementary Focus Breakout 5:30 – 6:00pm Middle School Focus Breakout 6:00 – 6:30pm High School Focus Breakout 6:30 – 7:00pm General Questions

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December 2017

Pueblo Shop & Stroll: A Fireside Tradition

December 1 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Holiday joy and festivities come to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center with our annual Pueblo Shop & Stroll. Shop a bazaar featuring Native artists selling handcrafted clay ornaments, nativity sets, jewelry, art, and gifts. Meanwhile, kids will have fun with holiday arts and crafts. At day’s end enjoy a special nighttime dance by the White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers while sipping hot cocoa beside the bonfire or strolling among hundreds of luminarias. White Mountain Apache Crown Dances: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm ***Fire Dance*** 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm 8:00 pm - 8:30 pm Free with museum admission.   Complete your evening with our special concert on the night of Shop & Stroll, A Night of Harmony with Joanne Shenandoah in our Chaco Ballrooms at 7 pm! Click here for details.

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