The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a place where Pueblo people can tell their story through permanent and rotating exhibits, frequent cultural and educational events, and our cultural dance program. As the gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, the IPCC is essential for residents and visitors to New Mexico, providing an introduction for understanding the state's landscape, legacy, and story of continuance.
Through our permanent exhibit, "We Are of This Place: The Pueblo Story," we share the Pueblo people's legacy of resilience, telling the Pueblo story in the words and voices of Pueblo people. The exhibit's design is inspired by traditions that have been passed down for generations, and its displays honor our land and all living things.
"We Are of This Place: The Pueblo Story" opened in April 2016 as part of our year-long 40th Anniversary celebration. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center first opened its doors to the public in 1976, and this marked the museum's first major renovation exhibit since our founding. Through it, we seek to do justice to the history and accomplishments of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.
Admission to the IPCC museum is a key source of funding for our nonprofit institution. Since we had to temporarily close our museum to the public due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, we would appreciate any donation you can make to IPCC. As always, we appreciate your support and recognize how important you are to helping us achieve our mission of preserving and perpetuating Pueblo culture.