Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
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The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, located in Albuquerque, is owned and operated by the 19 Indian Pueblos of New Mexico and dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of Pueblo Indian Culture, History and Art. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a non-profit that opened in August, 1976, to showcase the history and accomplishments of the Pueblo people, from Pre-Columbian to current time.

The center includes a 10,000 sq ft (1,000 m2) museum of the authentic history and artifacts of traditional Pueblo cultures and their contemporary art. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the center, an exhibit titled "We are of This Place: The Pueblo Story" opened on April 2, 2016.[1] The permanent exhibit highlights the creativity and adaptation which made possible the survival, diversity and achievements of each of the 19 Pueblos. The center also includes a small, changing exhibit that highlights the work of living traditional and contemporary artists. Traditional Indian dances and artist demonstrations are open to the public on Saturday and Sunday. More than 200,000 people visit the center each year.

Mission statement and philosophy[edit]

"To preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect, the accomplishments and evolving history of the Puebloan peoples of New Mexico."[2]


  1. ^ Fletcher, Zita. "Pueblo cultural center marks anniversary with new exhibit". Rio Rancho Observer. Retrieved 2016-05-05.
  2. ^ "About Us - Indian Pueblo Cultural Center".

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Coordinates: 35°06′38″N 106°39′32″W / 35.1105°N 106.6588°W / 35.1105; -106.6588