April Pante Project: The Heavens

Indian Pueblo Kitchen 486R+8H, Albuquerque

Chef Ray Naranjo’s Pante Project is a monthly event in which you can order a pre-prepared, Indigenous dinner online and pick it up contact-free, curbside at IPCC and in Santa Fe. Through an online video, Chef Ray will show you how the meal was prepared and explain the food’s cultural meaning...

$60

Seasons of Growth: Preparing for the Growing Season

Learn more about traditional farming practices in our monthly Seasons of Growth series. This month we will focus on the value and practice of sustainability with special guest Joseph Brophy Toledo (Jemez), from the Flower Hill Institute. April’s webinar will also feature a demonstration on using garden waste to upcycle your clothes.

Counter Narrative: RadioActive, The Nuclear Boom

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The Counter Narrative is a safe space to unbox and discuss trending, difficult, misunderstood, and often divisive topics. oin the IPCC in this three-month long series. We will be unboxing Nuclear Science and History in New Mexico from the Pueblo Perspective. See what is in store for this session...

View into the Collection

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This month, we celebrate and recognize Pueblo Traditions. Join our Curator of Collections as she highlights a collection of hand-sewn dolls made by Regina Cata. Cata was married into Ohkay Owingeh pueblo. She created an abundance of hand-sewn dolls, each representing traditional dances, or key figures from some of the 19 Pueblos...

Indigenous Wisdom Curriculum Professional Development Training

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) and Bernalillo Public School District’s Indian Education Department, are jointly hosting five monthly Indigenous Wisdom Curriculum Project professional development training webinars for Bernalillo District teachers, support staff, and administrators

Member Monday, Collections Processing Room

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In this final segment of Member Mondays, join our Curator of Collections in our last stop of our collections storage area: the Collections Processing Room. Learn more about the process of accepting and adding collection pieces to our permeant collection.

MOTHER’S DAY CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS EXPERIENCE

Indian Pueblo Kitchen 486R+8H, Albuquerque

Matriarchs are honored and revered in Pueblo culture, and this Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 9, Indian Pueblo Kitchen (located inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center) will be presenting a “Mother’s Day Contemporary Indigenous Experience,” as a unique opportunity to celebrate mom. The one-of-a-kind event welcomes families to enjoy a meal from our new menu curated by the Kitchen’s renowned Executive Chef Ray Naranjo (Santa Clara, Odawa), with a special experience for mothers and families in mind.

Pueblo Book Club: Last Hunters, First Farmers: New Perspectives on the Prehistoric Transition to Agriculture (SAR Series)

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Reports of children forcibly being removed from their homelands is news even today. However, this is nothing new as it relates to United States federal policy. Poems in this book are constructed as reports to the Department of the Interior and highlight the experiences of those in Indian boarding schools and the fight to maintain traditional ways of life.

Counter Narrative: Radioactive. Radon Daughter

Online

The Counter Narrative is a safe space to unbox and discuss trending, difficult, misunderstood, and often divisive topics. oin the IPCC in a three-month long series on . In this series we will be unboxing Nuclear Science and History in New Mexico from the Pueblo Perspective. See what is in store for this session...

View into the Collection

Online

Tune in monthly for a behind the scenes sneak peek of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's Collections with host and Curator of Collections, Amy Cisneros (Isleta).

View into the Collection

Online

Tune in monthly for a behind the scenes sneak peek of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's Collections with host and Curator of Collections, Amy Cisneros (Isleta).