Are big changes afoot at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center?
BY ARIANE JAROCKI
Big changes are afoot at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. In celebration of the center’s 40th anniversary, IPCC reveals their first new permanent exhibit in as many years. Aptly titled “We Are of This Place: The Pueblo Story,” the exhibit represents all 19 Pueblos and strengthens IPCC’s history of sharing Pueblo peoples’ history in their own voices.
Artifacts and stories told by artists and elders in Pueblo languages are available for visitor interaction. Puebloan stories are woven into a sensory experience that speaks both to history and traditions shaping modern Native lives.
A museum member preview happens from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 1, and the exhibit opens to the public on Saturday, April 2. Learn more at indianpueblo.org and watch the event preview below:
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