IPCC Now Open Thur-Sun!
Please read our Welcome page & get tickets, before planning your visit.
Currently we are offering our events in a virtual format, with a vast array of interesting and informative experiences.
Events at Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
We hope you will join us online for these IPCC virtual events which offer a unique way to experience Pueblo culture. Virtual events include lecture series, pick-up meals, book club, collections tours, Indigenous agriculture workshops and many other special events. For more information, check out our events calendar.
Looking for a calendar of New Mexico Pueblo Feast Days? See Feast Day Calendar
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.
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...
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.
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.
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...