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Organization name: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

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GM-10681-76Public Programs: Humanities Projects in Museums and Historical OrganizationsIndian Pueblo Cultural CenterPlanning for Development of Interpretive Exhibits4/1/1976 - 12/31/1976$17,477.00Julia Cohen   Indian Pueblo Cultural CenterAlbuquerqueNM87104-2302USA1976Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralHumanities Projects in Museums and Historical OrganizationsPublic Programs174770174770

To develop an exhibit that will provide a focus on the heritage and culture of the 19 New Mexico Indian Pueblos; present Pueblo human achievements and cultural events as they relate to the development of the American Southwest; and furnish opportunity for exchange between the Pueblo people and the non-Indian community

GM-11017-77Public Programs: Humanities Projects in Museums and Historical OrganizationsIndian Pueblo Cultural CenterThe Pueblo People: Adaptation in a Changing Universe8/1/1977 - 7/31/1978$69,563.00Angelina Medina   Indian Pueblo Cultural CenterAlbuquerqueNM87104-2302USA1977Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralHumanities Projects in Museums and Historical OrganizationsPublic Programs695630695630

To circulate quality exhibit and provide a series of seminars which l) provide an interpretive focus on the heritage and culture of the Pueblo Indians; 2) present Pueblo human achievements and cultural events as they relate to the development of the American Southwest and the American heritage; and 3) furnish opportunity for exchange between the Pueblo Indian, other tribes, and the non-Indian community.

GZ-*1492-80Public Programs: Humanities Projects for YouthIndian Pueblo Cultural CenterBreaking the Invisible Shield: Perspectives for Youth on the Pueblo Indian Way of Life7/1/1980 - 9/30/1981$30,000.00Fred Sturm   Indian Pueblo Cultural CenterAlbuquerqueNM87104-2302USA1980History, GeneralHumanities Projects for YouthPublic Programs30000023573.530

To support a project which offers Indian youth and other young people, opportunities to understand the history, culture, and contributions of Native Americans. Youth will participate in theatre, dance, music, story-telling, and the development of a museum exhibit on the Pueblo Indian.

ZR-256705-18Challenge Programs: Creating Humanities Communities GrantsIndian Pueblo Cultural CenterJourneys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership, and the Arts2/1/2017 - 1/31/2021$90,000.00Rose Diaz   Indian Pueblo Cultural CenterAlbuquerqueNM87104-2302USA2017U.S. HistoryCreating Humanities Communities GrantsChallenge Programs090000090000

An oral history project to interview women from the New Mexico Pueblos which will produce teaching and public programming tools including an exhibition, lectures, workshops, and a documentary film.

This project offers the opportunity to collect the experiences of the new generation of women who have had advanced opportunities for education, community activism, and field advancement. Our goal is to focus on the journeys and pathways of an intergenerational group of Pueblo women who have often been the "first" in their fields or have contributed to their communities in lasting ways. Using oral history methods, the project will interview women from the nineteen New Mexico Pueblos to document the voices and agencies of these extraordinary individuals who achieve outside their traditional roles while maintaining connections to their community lives.