Indian Pueblo Cultural Center invites community to participate in 'Zia' exhibit

Photo courtesy: IPCC

'Ours | The Zia Sun' exhibit opens Friday, February 22, and runs through October 20, 2019.

Event Announcement

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) located at 2401 12th St. NW in Albuquerque is reaching out to the community to participate in an upcoming exhibit on the iconic Zia sun symbol by submitting photos and physical objects to be put on display for “Ours | The Zia Sun,” opening Friday, February 22, and running through October 20, 2019.

“Because the Zia sun has become a symbol of community and identity, we want to invite everyone to be involved,” says IPCC’s Curator of Exhibitions, Rachel Moore (Hopi). “We want the community to share their images and objects and be part of the exhibit, then come see it and learn more about this symbol that holds such great importance to our Pueblo people.”

Image courtesy: IPCC

People who want to contribute photos can submit their entries at www.IndianPueblo.org/OurZia or by using #OurZia when posting to Instagram or Facebook. Physical objects can be dropped off at IPCC after scheduling with curator Rachel Moore, and returned when the exhibit closes, if desired. The deadline to enter is February 10.

For more information, or to inquire about lending an object, please contact Rachel Moore at rmoore@indianpueblo.org or 505-724-3564.

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