With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) has embarked on the Journeys and Pathways project, creating a record of twenty-first century Pueblo women through oral histories. As a museum and library, the IPCC already possesses a noted collection of Pueblo pottery and murals. Its archives are dedicated to documenting the culture and history of the Pueblo people, as well as supporting the conservation efforts of the different Pueblos. This NEH challenge grant, which has helped the IPCC raise an additional $90,000 in local dollars, is filling a gap in the organization’s collections and ensuring that Pueblo women’s perspectives are part of the archival record. At the same time, the project is allowing the IPCC to make the life stories of women leaders available to younger generations.
View By Location
Or View By Impact Area