The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center invites guests of all ages the opportunity to learn more and experience Pueblo culture through a variety of recurring programs and events for individuals, families, and groups. Events occur on our campus with some special programs accessible virtually.
Start with our Events Calendar, then explore our events, cultural dance program, and culinary events and classes. Visit with and purchase direct from artists in our courtyard, and visit our Resilience Garden.
Help young people learn and grow with our Indigenous Wisdom Curriculum Project, join our monthly Pueblo Book Club in-person or virtually, and listen to our unique “Counter Narrative” podcast that offers Indigenous perspective on a compelling variety of topics old and new.
Learn more about our events and programs below and get tickets today.
Join us for a variety of virtual and in-person events, including artist demos, cultural dances, lecture series, pick-up meals, book club,
Throughout the year, join IPCC as we celebrate Pueblo Culture through special events and culturally relevant holidays. As an indigenous institution in the heart of Albuquerque, these signature events are opportunities for our Pueblo people, neighbors, and guests to gather, celebrate, and learn.
Resilience Garden, which is managed using traditional Pueblo farming techniques and features endangered Pueblo crops. Everyone is invited to walk through the garden’s paths to appreciate agriculture in action. The Resilience Garden demonstrates the Pueblo people’s agricultural and culinary traditions, as well as IPCC’s core values of sustainability and stewardship.
Provides teachers with educational plans for K–12 students in New Mexico (download curriculum here) to learn about Pueblo culture and history. The curriculum serves as a counter-narrative to the presentation of the history of New Mexico in schools today.