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
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,
Pottery-making – “Lewis Family Legacy.” Sisters Carmel and Dolores Lewis of one of the most renowned Pueblo pottery families demonstrate pottery-making and discuss their family history.
Pottery Storytellers – “Stories in Time and Clay.” Well-known potter Gachupin from Jemez Pueblo provides an artist demonstration and discussion about storytellers. She uses traditional pottery methods passed down through generations, making her own natural clay and pigments, and is known for the incredible level of detail and sophisticated painting of