Monday, April 25 – Sunday, May 1
Join us at one of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s liveliest events and oldest traditions! We have something for everyone during American Indian Week – cultural dances several times daily, guided tours of our museum, dining at the Indian Pueblo Kitchen, shopping at the Indian Pueblo Store, and dozens of Native artists offering handcrafted work for sale.
Our Courtyard transforms into a bustling marketplace, with 45 artists booths featuring pottery, jewelry, paintings, and more. Enjoy all the activities of our week-long celebration with an extra emphasis on art, including a pottery demonstration by Claudia Mitchell (Acoma) and a painting demonstration by David Gary Suazo (Taos) and Geraldine Tso (Navajo)
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is so appreciative of our volunteers, who work tirelessly to make IPCC a wonderful place to visit. Are you interested in joining our volunteer team? Learn more at this month’s volunteer meeting. You’ll also hear from IPCC Digital Content Producer Carey Tully (Navajo), who will do a presentation of her portfolio.