The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s cultural heritage collection represents the dynamic and ever– evolving creative expression of our Pueblo people. Our dedicated staff prioritize the long–term care and stewardship of our Pueblo creations. Thoughtful guardianship ensures continued access for our Pueblo communities, scholars, students in art history and Native American studies, curators, and generations yet to come.
Housed in our collection are 4,500 skillfully crafted worksincluding an extensive collection of pottery representing each of the 19 Pueblos. A range of other art forms amplify the creative endeavors of our Pueblo artisans and include jewelry, textiles, basketry, dance regalia, photographs, prints, paintings, hand–sewn dolls, beaded figurines, and stone carvings varying from small hand–held examples to large outdoor sculptures.
Discover more about our extensive cultural heritage collection in our quarterly video series, A View Into the Collection with host and Curator of Collections, Amy G. Johnson of Isleta Pueblo.