Founded in 1976 by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) is a premier destination for education, arts and entertainment. Through our renowned collection Pueblo pottery and artifacts, a rotating schedule of exhibitions and unique cultural arts and education programs for students and adults, we share the history and living culture of the first people of New Mexico. Our sister corporation, Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc. (IPMI), was created to support the IPCC, and provides dining, entertainment and shopping for both visitors and the local Albuquerque community. Shumakolowa Native Arts is a trusted source for handcrafted Native American art, and Pueblo Harvest Café is an award-winning restaurant that blends Native, Southwest and contemporary cuisine. In 2015, the largest Starbucks in the state opened on the property, also owned by IPMI. Together IPCC and IPMI have created a vibrant place for people of all cultures to share, learn, celebrate and discover.
Employees participating in a Yoga Class as part of the Wellness Program
Our softball team - Resilience
Employees participating in a Healthy Food demonstration as part of our Wellness Program. Our executive chef demonstrated the cooking and all participants were able to try samples of food
Sales associates in Shumakolowa Gift Shop, describing authentic native jewelry piece
I'm trusted to work alone and be independent, and I also like the benefits I am offered.
My co-workers and friendly customers.
The people and environment are fun. When I come to work, it's like a second family.
The people I work with and the people I work for.
The culture and overall mission of IPCC.