IPCC Virtual Programs
IPCC Open Tues-Sun!
Currently we are offering our in-person and virtual events, with a vast array of interesting and informative experiences.
A Virtual Gateway to the 19 Pueblos
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 Indigenous Connections and Collections to Pueblo Book Club, and a View Into the Collection, IPCC offers extensive programming on a vast array of topics.
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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Indigenous Connections and Collections
Blog connecting readers to Indigenous resources, information, and fun stuff at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) and online.
View Into the Collection
Discover more about our extensive cultural heritage collection in our quarterly video series, View into the Collection with host and Curator of Collections, Amy G. Johnson of Isleta Pueblo.
Pueblo Book Club
The Pueblo Book Club will meets four times a year. It is dedicated to exploring Native American authors and books about the Pueblo experience, and often features authors or other special guests that contribute to the discussion.
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JOURNEYS AND PATHWAYS:
Contemporary Pueblo Women in Leadership, Service, and the Arts Oral History Project.
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Pueblo Revolt Online Exhibit
From presentations and recipes to how-to videos, discussions, and downloadable educational materials, the Pueblo Revolt is covered from many different angles.
VIEW ONLINE EXHIBIT
Online Mural Tour
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.
This virtual program was developed during Covid and is no longer updated. You can still watch and learn from many of the past tours!
Watch past commemorations.
Indigenous Peoples’ Day
See highlights from past celebrations.
Stories By The Fireside: A Pueblo Tradition
Each Saturday in December, experience the age-old tradition of storytelling by the fireside. Watch stories from previous events.
Three Kings Celebration
The new year brings in newly elected officials on many of the Pueblos. We celebrate our rights to existence and pray of blessings to be upon our people, especially our new leadership