Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
 
   
Volunteer at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
  Volunteering at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) owned by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico offers educational programming and exhibitions tracing the cultural heritage, history, and contemporary expressions of the Pueblo people of New Mexico. A unique institution, IPCC devotes itself to advancing understanding of Pueblo cultures, traditions, and people.

To achieve its goals and objectives the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center needs a dedicated, industrious volunteer group. No experience is needed and all training is provided. Current Volunteer roles include:

Greeter: Welcomes visitors and gives an overview and an introduction to the museum.
 
Museum Docent: Provides guided tours for visitors through our permanent exhibit displaying ancestral and contemporary arts and crafts of the 19 Pueblos.
 
Gallery Docent: Provides guided tours for visitors through our ground floor galleries, which welcome new exhibits throughout the year.
 
Pueblo House Classroom Assistant: Works with children doing hands-on projects to educate them about Pueblo life, history, and culture.
 
Archive Volunteer: Assist IPCC staff to document, catalogue and store IPCC and other historical documents.
 

Contact Information:

Emma Lee Clarke, Cultural Arts and Education Specialist
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2401 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM  87104 

Call 505-212-7051

Or contact online here

 

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