The Great Things We Do

About IPCC

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a world-class museum and cultural center created as a place where Pueblo people can tell their story. As the gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, the center is a necessary first stop for visitors to New Mexico, providing an introduction for understanding the state’s landscape, legacy, and story of continuance. The center hosts cultural Native American dances every weekend year-round, and offers an exciting schedule of cultural, educational, and community activities.

OUR MISSION
To preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture, and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.

Cultural Education
Collections at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Collections
Library and Archives at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Library & Archives
Daily Artist Vendors at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Daily Artist Vendors
Programs & Events
Museum & Exhibits

Make a Donation to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Today

Resilience | Up to $99

  • Recognition on IPCC website

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Evergreen | $100 – $149

  • Pueblo Horizons newsletter subscription
  • Recognition on IPCC website
  • Two single-use guest passes
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Storyteller | $150 – $249

  • Pueblo Horizons newsletter subscription
  • Recognition on IPCC website
  • Four single-use guest passes
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Coral | $250 – $499

  • Exclusive Pueblo pottery ornament made by Lupita Lucero from Jemez Pueblo (Measures 1 in. x 3in.)
  • Pueblo Horizons newsletter subscription w/ acknowledgment
  • Four single-use guest passes
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Amber | $500 – $999

  • Exclusive Pueblo pottery made my Eric Louis from Acoma Pueblo (Measures 3.5 in. X 3.5 in)
  • Pueblo Horizons newsletter subscription w/ acknowledgment
  • Recognition on IPCC website
  • Two membership cards
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Turquoise | $1,000 – $1,499

  • Exclusive Pueblo pottery by Eric Louis from Acoma Pueblo (Measures 5.5 in. x 4 in.)
  • Pueblo Horizons newsletter subscription w/ acknowledgment
  • Recognition on IPCC website
  • Four membership cards
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Bow Guard | $1,500 – $2,499

  • Exclusive Pueblo pottery plate by Florinda Vallo from Acoma Pueblo (Measures 10 in. wide)
  • Recognition in Pueblo Horizons newsletter
  • Recognition on IPCC website and digital signage (name and/or logo)
  • Four single-use day passes
  • Four membership cards
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Arrowhead | $2,500 – $4,999

  • Exclusive carved wood arrowhead by Mario Sandoval from San Felipe Pueblo (Measures 7.5 in. x 12 in.)
  • Recognition in Pueblo Horizons newsletter (name and/or logo)
  • Recognition on IPCC website and digital signage
  • Six single-use day passes
  • Four membership cards
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Bow & Arrow | $5,000 – $9,999

  • Exclusive Pueblo pottery by Geraldine Lovato from San Felipe Pueblo (Measures 7.5 in x 5 in.)
  • Recognition in Pueblo Horizons newsletter (name and/or logo)
  • Recognition on IPCC website and digital signage
  • Group tour for six people
  • Eight single-use day passes
  • Four membership cards
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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Sage | $10,000

  • Exclusive Pueblo pottery by Geraldine Lovato, stand by Mario Sandoval from San Felipe Pueblo (Stand and bowl together measure ~ 9 in. by 14 in.)
  • Recognition in Pueblo Horizons newsletter (name and/or logo)
  • Recognition on IPCC website and digital signage
  • Group tour for ten people
  • Ten single-use day passes
  • Four membership cards
  • Exclusive access to IPCC digital content

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For gifts above $10,000, benefits will be tailored to the donor.

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Visitors experience inspirational exhibits and events that are fun and educational, while advancing understanding of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.

5,000 +
Titles in our library
2,000 +
Students visited our museum in 2018 from 48 schools
2,500 +
Objects in our permanent collection
20 +
Pueblo artist-created murals adorn our campus
6,500 +
Photographs in our archive
Thank you to all

IPCC Supporters

Sage | $10,000

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Bow & Arrow | $5,000 – $9,999

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Bow Guard | $2,500 – $4,999

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Arrowhead | $1,500 – $2,499

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  Del Dixon

Turquoise | $1,000 – $1,499

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Amber | $500 – $999

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Cynthia Gefvert

Patrick Dixon

Coral | $250 – $499

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Eric Gustafson

Geraldine Rohrkemper

Julie Cason

Storyteller | $150 – $249

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Joseph Sabatini

Stephen Krum

June Anglin

Frances McCain

Cynthia Hamilton

Evergreen | $100 – $149

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Bryson Dean

Barbara Schuler

John Adam Farris

Ti Mikkel

Arla S. Ertz

Lane Bennett

Jay and Wendy Rodman and Wilkins

Cyprian Devine-Perez

Erika Rickel

Resilience | Up to $99

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Lawrence Balthasar

Earl & Judy Boebert

Sarah Payne

Linda Bloom

Earl & Judy Boebert

Janet Hawkins

Arlene Tomczuk

Karen Lee

Faith Fielder

Anna Budinger

Elena Miller

Fannie Lucero

Karen Lee

Tierney Lorenz

Ned Torres

John Stucker

Kenzie Carter

Ronald Castillo

Faith Fielder

Pete Reser

Anna Budinger

Maria Cristina Di Stefano

Bonnie Little

Abbey Lin Wells

Jacquelyn Booth

Leia Shutz

Gail Stephens

Stephen Mahfood

Stephanie Narrow

Irene Fertik

Susan Bortzjohnson

Erin Roundy

Ronald Castillo

Abbey Lin Wells

Sammye Meadows

Bonnie Little

Debbie & Joel Karasik

Janet Garza

Debbie and Mike Piattelli

Elaine Watson

Debbie & Joel Karasik

Jamie Allee

Fannie Lucero

Elena Miller

Janet Garza

Eleanor Oster

Sarah Crane

Karen Lee

Sammye Meadows

Bruce Bleakman

Alex DeRadke

Andrew Witter