As the Gateway to the 19 Pueblos, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center seeks to provide opportunities and connections to Pueblo artisans and entrepreneurs.
ROTUNDA EMBROIDERY MURAL PROJECT
Call out for Pueblo artists interested in working on a wall mural. It will be located, in the South Entrance of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, in the Artist Circle Gallery.
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Bob Chavez Scholarship for the Arts Application
This scholarship is named in honor of Manuel “Bob” Chavez of Cochiti Pueblo, who dedicated 50 years as a volunteer teaching art at St. Catherine’s Indian School. Many students were able to explore Native arts and feel at home in his classroom.
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Native American Student Art Show
Young artists, enter your work in this annual art show! Learn a craft and develop your own creativity, recognizing that the future preservation and evolution of our culture lies with you.
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The Indian Pueblo Innovative Entrepreneurship program (IPIE)
The Indian Pueblo Innovative Entrepreneurship (IPIE) program is a new initiative presented in partnership with the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Creative Startups designed to support Indigenous entrepreneurs in New Mexico.
It is a series of 10 free business workshops taking place Fall 2020 – Spring 2021.
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The Artists Circle Gallery
Through this program we seek to collaborate with contemporary Pueblo artists who draw on the past to influence our culture’s evolution and guide us into the future. This space features rotating shows while providing art collectors a new avenue to support the growth and care of our special object collection, which contains nearly 4,000 items of historical and cultural significance to our 19 Pueblo communities.
Daily Artist Program
This program supports the mission of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center by showcasing Native American hand-made art, creating an outlet for artists to sell their work directly, and encourages dialogue with our guests while educating about Pueblo arts and culture.
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Indian Pueblo Kitchen
Our restaurant will soon include a teaching kitchen that will offer exciting opportunities for students to learn Indigenous cooking techniques and restaurant operations in an engaging, collaborative environment.
ARTIST CHOSEN FOR INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER ART PIECE
The Albuquerque Community Foundation and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center are pleased to announce the artist and artwork chosen for a public art project in Albuquerque’s City Council District 2, located on the traffic circle at Menaul Blvd NW and 12th Street NW.
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