We are pleased to help you stay connected and learn about Pueblo and Native American culture, by offering our videos, virtual events and programming. From Tour Tuesdays, Seasons of Growth, and a View Into the Collection, IPCC offers extensive programming on a vast array of topics. With subjects including Native American art, history, cuisine as well as deep dives into emerging issues of significance to Pueblo people, we’re hard at work developing virtual programs and educational learning opportunities. Attend online events like Pueblo Book Club, virtual museum tours, exhibits and more.
Virtual visitors can also enjoy an online tour of our murals. Each tells a unique story of Pueblo culture and history, and IPCC created this online outreach and engagement in order that our audience may continue to learn about and enjoy these exceptional static works.
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Pueblo Book Club
A monthly online discussion on various books related to Pueblo culture.
Watch our commemoration of the second statewide Indigenous Peoples’ Day holiday. Our virtual celebration includes cultural dance and flutist performances, artist demonstrations, a historical presentation and dignitary remarks, and more!
Providing 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.
IPCC is home to more than 20 indoor and outdoor murals by great Pueblo artists, with new ones currently in progress. We’ve temporarily made many of the murals and their backstories available in a digital format.
Each Saturday in December, experience the age-old tradition of storytelling by the fireside. This year’s events will be virtual, featuring storytelling, musical performances, dances, a winter solstice presentation, and more!