Museum & Exhibits

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the Gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. Begin at our permanent exhibit, “We Are of This Place: The Pueblo Story,” to discover the Pueblo people’s legacy of resilience through their own words and voices.

Our temporary exhibits, the Artists Circle Gallery, Mural Collection, Pueblo Art Collection, and Student Art Show will help you gain a deeper understanding of Pueblo people – both past and present.

Learn more about our museum and exhibit below and get tickets to visit us today!

Permanent Exhibit

As the permanent exhibit at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, “We Are of This Place: The Pueblo Story” is inspired by the traditions that have been passed down for generations, honoring our land and all living things.

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Temporary Exhibits

Learn more about the evolving history and arts of the Pueblo people by exploring our four changing gallery spaces. Each of these spaces rotate at different times giving even the regular visitor something new to learn and experience.

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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.

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Mural Collection

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is home to more than 20 murals by great Pueblo artists. These vibrant works of art vividly convey the role of the seasons, dance, harvest, agriculture, and animals in Pueblo life.

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Pueblo Art Collection

Our collection represents the dynamic and ever-evolving history of Pueblo people, and we work to preserve this heritage and share it with future generations. We’re also dedicated to conserving and curating a collection of over 2,500 invaluable objects from each of the 19 pueblos, and other tribes of the Southwest.

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Student Art Show (Seasonal)

Indian Pueblo’s Native American Student Art Show is a tradition nearly as old as the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC). We founded the show in 1979 because we recognized that the preservation and evolution of Native culture lies with today’s children.

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