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Photo from a newly installed permanent mural, Morning Prayer by Mallery Quetawki, tells the Emergence Story of the Zuni. Mallery Quetawki is from the Pueblo of Zuni.

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Cultural Center

ince 1976 the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has showcased Pueblo Indian art, culture, food and history to its thousands of visitors each year who seek an introduction into a true “Pueblo Experience.” Owned and operated by the 19 Pueblo Indian Tribes of New Mexico, the Center is located on 11 acres in the heart of Albuquerque and consists of a culturally vibrant indigenous commu- PUBLIC EVENTS Jun 20 Coffee and Conversation: “Indian nity of educators and artists within an urban setting. Reorganization Act and its Impact on the Pueblo of Laguna”. Free Admission. 5:30-7pm Inside the Center, permanent exhibits highlight the Jul 18 Coffee and Conversation:“ Pueblo Languages” Speaker: pueblo people’s creativity and adaptation from 300 Maintaining Dr. Christine Sims of Acoma Pueblo, Linguist and Educator. Free Admission. 5:30-7pm B.C. to present, making possible their survival, Aug 22 Coffee and Conversation: “Mount Taylor: A National Trust Historic Site”. diversity and achievements for thousands of years. Free Admission. 5:30-7pm The Center’s impressive exhibition galleries host a Sep 12 Coffee and Conversation: “The Return of Taos Blue Lake: Religious Freedom variety of changing historical and fine art exhibits of and Cultural Identity”. Free Admission. 5:307pm and by Native Americans with emphasis on tradi- Oct 5-14 Balloon Fiesta Week at IPCC. Daily traditional dance performances. tional and contemporary Pueblo history and art. Oct 6, 7, 13, 14 Fall Indian Arts Market in the Signature events and weekly public programs Courtyard. 10am – 4pm Oct 20 From Field to Feast: Celebrating including the popular weekend traditional Native ancient foodways and cooking traditions of the Pueblos. 9am – 4pm American dance performances makes the Center an Oct 25 Joe Sando Day: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of a Pueblo Historian. 10am-3pm attractive venue for people of all ages. Our 4th Annual Joe Sando Day will feature

EXHIBITIONS 100 Years of State and Federal Policy: The Impact on Pueblo Nations. Showing until February 2013.

Admission: Adults $6, Seniors $5.50, Students $3, NM Residents $4

Saints of the Pueblos.

MORE INFORMATION

Gathering the Clouds. Closes August 31, 2012

Call 866-855-7902 toll free or visit www.indianpueblo.org for more information.

A:shiwi A:wan Ulohnanne, The Zuni World. From October 1, Open 7 days a week. Closed major holidays. 2012 – October, 2013

papers written in honor of Mr. Sando’s work. Nov 11 Honoring Our Veterans. 10am-12pm Nov 14 Coffee and Conversation: “Pueblo Indian Suffrage and the Legacy of Miguel Trujillo”. Free Admission. 5:30-7pm Dec 1,8,15 Ornament making at the Pueblo House Classroom. 12-2pm Dec 8 2nd Annual Pueblo Fiber Arts Guild Show and Sale. 9am-4pm Dec 15, 16 Winter Indian Arts & Crafts Show. 10am – 4pm

LOCATION

The Center is located just off of I-40 between Menaul and Indian School NW. 2401 12th St. NW Albuquerque, NM 87104 ALBUQUERQUE

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