Visitor Guide & Map
Highlights for July - September 2012
Landscape, Form and Light
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Welcome to the Heard Museum!
For more than 80 years, the Heard Museum
has attracted visitors from around the globe
who come to learn about the arts and cultures
of the Native peoples of the Americas. We
hope you enjoy this oasis of Spanish Colonial
architecture, with courtyards, water features
and sculpture gardens. The Heard Museum,
which has more than 130,000 square feet of
galleries, classrooms and performance space, is
known worldwide for its exhibits and programs
celebrating Native artists, and for its Shop, which
provides the opportunity to purchase museumquality,
authentic American Indian artworks.
The Heard Museum actively collects and exhibits American Indian art, from
centuries-old drawings and pottery to contemporary paintings, sculpture,
ceramics, jewelry, textiles and photography. The Heard is nationally and
internationally recognized for the quality of its exhibits, which provide insight
into the cultures and histories of Native people, and for the sensitivity of its
presentation and interpretation of American Indian art.
Our changing exhibit schedule and slate of annual festivals mean there is always
something interesting to see and do at the Heard. Plan to have lunch in our
Courtyard Café, which has received rave reviews, visit our Museum Shop and
our Bookstore, or ask us about private use of our facility for business events or
Our staff hopes you enjoy your visit. Whether you are a visitor or a resident
of Phoenix, we hope you will consider joining the museum. Members receive
free admission year round; a 10% discount in our Shops, Cafés and on online
sales; a subscription to our magazine; and invitations to special events. And
importantly, you will be helping to support this very special museum.
President and CEO
ON THE COVER: Dan Namingha (Tewa-Hopi), b. 1950,
“Tranquility”, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 48”x84”.
On exhibit in Namingha Family: Landscape, Form and
Light through January 27, 2013
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012
Basket Dancer, Bronze, 57" h x 19.5" w
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MuSEuM nEwS & EVEntS
RUN with the
H E AR D
october 6, 2012
The Heard Museum invites you to
run for wellness during its inaugural
Run with the Heard wellness race
on Saturday, October 6 at Heard
Museum Phoenix, starting at 7:30
a.m. The event includes a 5K run/walk
for runners age 12 and older, a 1-mile
fun walk and a kids’ 100-yard dash.
The 3.1-mile course starts on Central Avenue in front of the Heard Museum.
The morning kicks off at 7:30 a.m. with a Native runner blessing. The 5K is a
timed event with awards in five categories, including barefoot runners. In fact,
the first wave of this inaugural event will be set aside just for barefoot runners
or runners with five-finger shoes.
Running is a vital part of Southwestern tribal communities, and participating
runners will follow in the footsteps of an ancient and timeless heritage.
Heard Museum Trustee Ryan Desmond, who plans to bring his family to
participate, says, “As a member of the board of trustees, I’m often reminded of
how much our Native cultures have contributed to our community through their
incredible artwork, beautiful music and rich storytelling. This year, the Heard
invites you to join us as we celebrate yet another important facet of Native life:
the ancient tradition of running!”
In addition to supporting the
educational mission of the Heard
Museum, proceeds from Run with the
Heard will benefit Wings of America
(Wings), a nonprofit American Indian
youth development organization. The
mission of Wings is to enhance the
quality of life for American Indian
youth. In partnership with Native
communities, Wings uses running
as a catalyst to empower American
Indian and Alaska Native youth to take
pride in themselves and their cultural
identity, increasing self-esteem, health,
wellness, leadership, hope, balance
8 NEWS & EvENTS
Above: Long-distance runner Louis Tewanima (Hopi,
1888-1969), winner of an Olympics silver medal in
the 10,000-meter run, pictured on May 6, 1911, after
winning a marathon in New York City. Image from the
Bain News Service. Courtesy Library of Congress.
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012
All race participants will receive one free admission ticket to the Heard Museum;
an event T-shirt, made of technical fabric and featuring a logo design by a
Native artist; and a goodie bag. After the race, enjoy healthy food, music and a
Desmond says, “Lace up your running shoes or put the little one in a stroller
and come Run with the Heard!”
Cost: Heard Museum members, $25; non-members, $35. The 100-yard kids’
dash is free for kids age 12 and under. Entry forms are available at both Heard
Museum locations, or visit imathlete.com/events/Heard5k.
For more information, call Sage Grossi at 480.518.3742 or Karalyn Shirley at
HEARd RECEivES GRANT fRoM TouRiSM CARES
The Heard Museum recently received a $10,000 grant from the organization
Tourism Cares to replace windows in the historic museum building. Tourism
Cares is a nonprofit organization created by tourism professionals that aims to
help preserve cultural and educational sites. The organization awards grants
only to nonprofit organizations,
such as the Heard Museum. In
addition, two private donors,
Collette Vacations and Trip Mate,
matched Tourism Cares’ grant. The
Heard Museum was one of only
six cultural sites to receive a grant
from Tourism Cares this year.
The windows replaced in the
Heard’s historic museum building
were the original windows that have
been in place since the museum’s
1929 opening. The Tourism Cares
grant and matching funds provided
the opportunity to replace the old
windows with dual-pane, energyefficient
glass while preserving the
historic façade windows and parts
of the old museum, which is on the
National Register of Historic Places.
The Heard Museum was very
honored to receive this generous
grant from Tourism Cares, Collette
Vacations and Trip Mate to help
preserve our wonderful museum.
Dr. Letitia Chambers
Heard Museum President & CEO”
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012 NEWS & EvENTS 9
The Art of Ceremony: American indian Painting
of the 20th Century – Through September 2
Drawn from the Heard Museum and the Albion P. and
Lynne G. Fenderson collections, The Art of Ceremony
offers into the artists’ visions of ceremony.
Native American Bolo Ties: vintage and
Contemporary Artistry – Through November 4
This exhibit explores Arizona’s official state neckwear: the
bolo tie, which has been made even more distinctive by
contemporary American Indian artists, who create bolo ties
that are distinguished by individuality and ingenuity.
Retha Walden Gambaro: Attitudes of Prayer
– Through December 31, 2012
Experience the power of contemplation and meditation
through the compelling sculpture of Creek artist Retha
Beyond Geronimo: The Apache Experience
– Through January 20, 2013
See the world through the eyes of Apache leaders
including Geronimo and how modern Apache artists
respond to the man and the myth.
Namingha family: Landscape, form and Light
– Through January 13, 2013
Two generations of Hopi artists express their cultural and
Elegance from Earth: Hopi Pottery
– Through June 30, 2013
Learn how three prominent Hopi families maintain cultural
motifs and techniques through working with clay.
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012
Return to Forever SHIMABUKURO
The Grascals. The
& MAC MCANALLY.
The Miles Davis
Experience. k.d. lang
and the Siss Boom
Bang. Amexica. Vince
Gill. Celtic Thunder.
Aussie Floyd. Mattias
Klum. Native American
Celebration. Blast! Ray
Chen. Star Trek Live.
Brian Skerry. Dave Koz.
The Santa Class.
Holiday Doo Wop.
Forever Tango. Jon
Anderson. Roz Savage.
A fun-filled, side-splitting, awe-inspiring lineup:
Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn Stott with the Assad Brothers, Forever
Tango w/ Cheryl Burke, Itzhak Perlman, Jon Anderson,
Motherhood the Musical, Jan Lisiecki, My Fair Lady, and so
many more exciting performances you won’t want to
miss. Fill in the pieces of your calendar with great shows
at Mesa Arts Center.
Latin Dance Theater.
Visit MesaArtsCenter.com for the full lineup,
along with a preview of our upcoming classes and exhibits.
Mesa Arts Center | One E. Main Street | 480.644.6500
Itzhak Perlman. Lorna
Luft. Jake Shimabukuro
& Mac McAnally. You
Say Tomato, I Say Shut
Up. Jan Lisiecki.
Gazillion Bubble Show.
Lily Tomlin. David Benoit
& Brian Culbertson. Miss
Abigail’s Guide to
Dating, Mating &
Marriage. Taylor’s Irish
Cabaret. Michael Davie.
Alvin Ailey. Bill Cosby.
Motherhood the Musical.
Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn
Stott with the Assad
Brothers. Paco de Lucia.
Learn what home means to Native people in the
Heard’s signature exhibit HoME: Native People in the
Southwest. In addition to cultural objects, the exhibit
showcases the traditions of Native people of the past and
present and examines Native people’s definition of home.
Don’t miss the Navajo hogan, the Pueblo horno or the 400
katsina dolls on display!
Get hands-on in the family-friendly exhibit Every Picture
Tells a Story. Created around seven distinct geographic
regions, the exhibit illustrates how local wildlife and
vegetation inspire Native artists. Use your artistic skills
and make a paper cuff bracelet inspired by the vast grassy
plains or a felt wall-hanging from the icy Arctic tundra in
this fun and educational exhibit.
We Are! Arizona’s first People is a celebration of Arizona’s
Native cultures, a center for cross-cultural understanding,
and the only gallery display in the state to include all 21
of Arizona’s federally recognized tribal communities. It
showcases how Native cultures have experienced warfare,
migration and forced relocation to adapt and triumph over
adversity and return to vibrant, growing communities.
A powerful and moving exhibit, Remembering our
indian School days: The Boarding School Experience
examines the system of off-reservation Indian boarding
schools. The exhibit shares a wealth of details about
children who were removed from their homes, separated
from their families and stripped of their cultural identity
and language. Walk through the experience of four
generations of Indian-school alumni through their firstperson
recollections, memorabilia, writings and art.
Tour the rich cultures of the Earth in the exhibit Around
the World: The Heard Museum Collection. It focuses
on more than 75 years of collecting and preserving Native
art and cultures in the Southwest and beyond. Enjoy
selections from the museum’s collection of works by Native
peoples of Canada and Mexico as well as Guatemala, New
Zealand and Sudan. Around the World includes works
from the Heards’ original collection as well as important
works from donors such as Byron Harvey III.
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Buying or Selling
Know the Law!
Under the Indian Arts and
Crafts Act, Native American art
and craftwork must be marketed
truthfully regarding the Native
American heritage and Tribal
affiliation of the producer.
Take Home a Treasure
from Indian Country-
Buy works produced by
members of federally
For a free brochure on the Act, including how to file
a complaint, please contact:
U.S. Department of the Interior
Indian Arts and Crafts Board
Toll Free: 1-888-ART-FAKE or 1-888-278-3253
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Web: www.iacb.doi.gov
Joan Hill, Muscogee Creek Nation, Sacred Ceremony of the Temple Mound, Painting, ©1989
Native American Art
Kiowa Boy’s Shirt (Circa 1870s)
Actively purchasing and locating Native American Objects
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SAMuEL And BEtty KitcHELL GALLERy
Meet here for guided tours.
HOME: nAtiVE PEOPLE in tHE SOutHwESt (ongoing)
nicHOLS ScuLPtuRE GARdEn
Retha Walden Gambaro: Attitudes of Prayer (Through Dec. 31, 2012)
EdwARd JAcOBSOn GALLERy (LOwER And uPPER GALLERiES)
Beyond Geronimo: The Apache Experience (Through January 13 2013)
JAcK StEELE PARKER GALLERy (uPPER LEVEL) (ongoing)
Around the World: The Heard Museum Collection
EASt GALLERy (uPPER LEVEL) (ongoing)
Remembering Our Indian School Days: The Boarding School Experience
fREEMAn GALLERy (ongoing)
Every Picture Tells a Story
The Art of Ceremony: American Indian Painting of the 20th Century
(Through September 2)
uLLMAn LEARninG cEntER (ongoing)
We Are! Arizona’s First People
SAndRA dAy O’cOnnOR GALLERy
Native American Bolo Ties: Vintage and Contemporary Artistry
(Through November 4)
Namingha Family: Landscape, Form and Light (Through January 2013)
LOVEnA OHL GALLERy
Elegance From Earth: Hopi Pottery (Through June 2013)
Namingha Family: Landscape, Form and Light (Through Jan. 27, 2013)
BiLLiE JAnE BAGuLEy LiBRARy And ARcHiVES
Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012 GALLERy iNfo 17
Monte Vista Room
Ground floor Galleries
Second floor Galleries
Half floor Galleries
Native People in
Billie Jane Baguley
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Jack Steele Parker Gallery
Library and Archives
Stairs to Galleries
Jack Steele Parker Gallery
Billie Jane Baguley
Library and Archives
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HEARd SHOPS & BERLin GALLERy
Visit the Heard Museum Shop, Books & More, and the Berlin Gallery this
summer to purchase interesting items that will connect you to the cultures and
traditions of American Indians. Purchases are great for home décor or as gifts
for special occasions, with many art pieces to choose from.
SuMMER SHoP SALES
The Heard Museum Shop carries authentic handmade American Indian art,
including jewelry, textiles and pottery. Shop at the Heard Museum this summer
and save up to 65% on selected merchandise. Don’t let this fine opportunity
pass, as you will find unrivaled quality at unusually low prices.
Enhance your children’s reading and imagination this summer by bringing them
to Books & More to purchase a children’s book. Save 10% on your purchase
with the coupon you’ll receive upon arrival during Summer Sundays at the
Heard Museum in July.
REviSiTEd AT BERLiN GALLERy
The Berlin Gallery has many fine-art
pieces that are beautifully created with
a purpose and deep meaning relating
to each artist’s culture and traditions.
Don’t miss out on Extraordinary Animals
Revisited, an annual event held at the
Berlin Gallery, where artists will speak
about specific animals and highlight
their traditional importance. This is an
amazing opportunity for collectors to
purchase beautiful artistic works.
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM
February 18, 2012–January 6, 2013
Recognizing Arizona’s centennial in 2012, MIM celebrates
music making—both past and present. Music and musical
instrument makers of the last century are showcased in the
I Am AZ Music exhibition. Additional centennial activities
will be held throughout the year.
Free with museum admission
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The Urban Heart of Arizona
Home of the
Southwest Indian Art Fair
February 18 & 19, 2012
Visit us on the UA Campus in Tucson!
Bring in this ad for
2-for-1 museum admission
Valid through June 30, 2012.
Not valid for SWIAF, special events, travel tours,
workshops, or summer camps.
Celebrating the Enduring Cultures of the Southwest
Inside the Main Gate at Park Ave and University Blvd in Tucson
THE HUB OF
HIP & HISTORY
Experience history! Visit the Hotel Valley Ho after you’ve enjoyed the Heard Museum.
Established in 1956, Hotel Valley Ho is situated in the heart of historic Old Town
Scottsdale. Eat at Café ZuZu, swim + snack at OH Pool + Bar, and relax at VH Spa.
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SuMMER HiGHLiGHtS At tHE HEARd
fREE SuMMER SuNdAyS
From hands-on activities and story reading
to cool treats, Summer Sundays gives kids
and families a cool and creative way to
spend July Sundays. What’s even better,
mom and dad or grandpa and grandma
can explore the Heard Museum and enjoy
the activities for free as well, thanks to
support from Target. The Courtyard Café
free Summer SundayS at the
heard muSeum phoenix
Sundays, July 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29
will also offer special kids and family lunches. Stop into Books & More, our
boutique bookstore and souvenir shop, during Summer Sundays and receive a
coupon good for 10% off one children’s book!
Kids can enjoy several hands-on activities in addition to the dozens of interactive
or make-and-take activities in two of the museum’s galleries; Every Picture
Tells a Story and We Are! Arizona’s First People. They can also participate in a
different “scavenger hunt” in the museum each week. For more information,
iT’S A WRAP: LuNCHTiME LECTuRES, “BEyoNd GERoNiMo”
Wednesday, July 11, 12:15 p.m. - Encanto Room
Order lunch from the Courtyard Café in advance or bring your own to this
new lecture series. Janet Cantley, curator of the exhibit Beyond Geronimo: The
Apache Experience, will discuss the exhibit process along with Exhibit Design
staff. To order lunch, call 602.251.0204.
CELEBRATE iNdEPENdENCE dAy WiTH ESTuN-BAH!
On Wednesday, July 4, celebrate Independence Day with acclaimed music/dance
group Estun-Bah! Flutist Tony Duncan (San Carlos Apache/Hidatsa/Arikara/
Mandan) is the 2011 World Hoop Dance Champion. Estun-Bah will have two
performances at 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Steele Auditorium. Free with
museum admission to non-members.
iT’S A WRAP: LuNCHTiME LECTuRES, “BoLo TiES”
Wednesday, August 8, 12:15 p.m. - Encanto Room
museum hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
hands-on activities: 11 a.m. to 4
museum Shops: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Order lunch from the Courtyard Café in advance or bring your own to this new
lecture series. Diana Pardue, curator of the exhibit Native American Bolo Ties:
Vintage and Contemporary Artistry, will discuss working with collector Norman
Sandfield and Exhibit Design staff to create the exhibit. To order lunch, call
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012
Travel Navajo Nation
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park
Little Colorado River Gorge
Four Corners Monument
Window Rock Navajo Tribal Park
& Veteran’s Memorial
Bowl Canyon Recreation Area
HEARd MuSEuM 2012 BOARd Of tRuStEES
MARk B. BoNSALL, CHAiR
LEE PETERSoN, viCE-CHAiR
dR. GEoRGE BLuE SPRuCE, JR., SECRETARy
Arlene K. Ben-Horin
Howard R. Berlin
Robert B. Bulla
Robert A. Cowie
Ryan P. Desmond
Robert S. Diamond
Peter S. Fine
Patricia K. Hibbeler
Carrie L. Hulburd
James R. Huntwork
Jeffrey H. Kahn
Alice (A.J.) Monongye
William J. Nassikas
Susan H. Navran
HEARd MuSEuM NoRTH SCoTTSdALE
32633 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85262
480.488.9817 | heard.org/north
Scott H. O’Connor
Arthur L. Pelberg, M.D.
Bill Pepicello, Ph.D.
Joette B. Schmidt
John B. Stiteler
Richard B. West, III
Richard H. Whitney
James T. Bialac
Herbert J. Bool
Norma Jean Coulter
Robert J. Duffy
Mary G. Hamilton
Joel P. Hoxie
Dr. Thomas M. Hudak
Richard L. Johnes
f. WESLEy CLELLANd, iii, TREASuRER
dR. LETiTiA CHAMBERS, PRESidENT & CEo
Edward F. Lowry
Frederick A. Lynn
Dennis H. Lyon
Russ A. (Rusty) Lyon, Jr.
Carol Ann Mackay
Clint J. Magnussen
Robert L. Matthews
Miriam J. McClennen
Mary Ellen McKee
Dr. Wayne Lee Mitchell
Jack S. Parker
David E. Reese
Mary Dell Pritzlaff
William C. Schubert
Sheryl L. Sculley
Richard H. Silverman
John G. Stuart
Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Sunday – Monday
Open every day except December 25.
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012
Memo to Passionate Collectors: Join ATADA
The Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association has always welcomed collectors
as active members.
Associates -- a special membership for collectors -- receive the ATADA News four
times a year. The magazine’s stories and images are a passport to the vibrant
world of Tribal and American Indian art, tracking issues affecting our markets.
Dealers and collectors are profiled in every issue.
Associates are eligible to purchase discounted members-only group insurance
for their home collections.
To join: access www.atada.org and click on ‘Join ATADA Now.’
HEARd MuSEuM nORtH ScOttSdALE
tHROuGH tHE LEnS: diné PHOtOGRAPHERS
Contemporary Navajo life is artistically depicted through
the eyes of contemporary Navajo photographers in the
exhibit Through the Lens: Diné Photographers. This thought
provoking exhibition marks the first time ever that a show
curated by a regional museum of American Indian art/
culture has traveled to the Heard. This juried show presents
a fascinating and diverse range of photographers and
subjects. Through these compelling images, museum visitors
will see the many ways Navajo photographers celebrate
the beauty of and comment on their home and their
contemporary life. The photographs will also provide an opportunity to explore
similarities and differences between Navajo culture and mainstream culture.
tHROuGH OuR ViSitOR’S LEnS: SuMMER PHOtO cOntESt
Photographers who love to shoot but need some inspiration are invited to visit
Heard Museum North Scottsdale this summer. In celebration of the exhibit
Through the Lens: Diné Photographers, we are launching the “Through Our
Visitor’s Lens: Summer Photo Contest.”
28 HEARd NoRTH
Entering is easy: Just submit a photo taken at Heard
Museum North Scottsdale. By submitting a photo, you
could be the winner of The Ultimate Heard Museum Visitor
Gift Package! The gift package includes:
• A private tour of the Heard Museum Collection.
• A selection of Heard Museum merchandise worth more
than $50 from the Heard Museum’s Books & More shop.
• A $40 gift certificate to the Heard Cafés.
Here’s how to enter the contest:
1. Visit Heard Museum North Scottsdale.
2. Take a photograph of your visit. (Remember: no flash photography.)
3. Email your photo to email@example.com. Include your name, phone
number, email address and zip code. Limit one entry per person per week.
4. Check back to see if your photo has been selected as a “Through Our
Visitors’ Lens: Shot of the Week.”
The contest-winning photograph will be selected from among all of the “Shot
of the Week” selections. Photographs will be chosen by a committee of Heard
SuPPORt tHE HEARd – JOin tOdAy!
Members of the Heard Museum set its educational
mission in motion. From local families who don’t
want to miss any of the museum’s exhibits, activities
or events to philanthropists seeking to strengthen
and invigorate a beloved and believed-in institution,
members’ presence and contributions fill the
museum with life and energy.
Members at all levels help the institution provide
a dynamic forum for diverse American Indian stories
and artistic perspectives. By both learning and
adding their own voices to the institution’s ongoing
dialogue, they create an environment where cultural
distinctions and commonalities are equally treasured.
Heard Museum members are vital partners in
supporting the mission of our world-class programs
JoiN TodAy by visiting the Membership desk
in the lobby or heard.org/members, or call
Member Benefits include:
• Free admission
• 10% discount at the Heard Museum Shops
• 10% discount at The Courtyard Café
• Invitations to members-only events
• First notice of all upcoming events
• … AND MUCH MORE!
CiRCLES of GiviNG MEMBERSHiP
Circles of Giving, the Heard Museum’s premier membership
society, gives its members a way to support the Heard’s
educational programs at the highest level. Circles members
receive the museum’s most prestigious benefits, including
exclusive seating at major events like the Indian Fair and Hoop
Dance, unique educational offerings, collectors’ seminars,
preview receptions for new exhibits and opportunities for
interaction with artists and key staff members.
for more information, visit the Membership desk in the lobby or
call the Circles of Giving office at 602.346.8192.
July, Aug., Sept. – 2012 MEMBERSHiP 29
A Sense of Place
Historic Museum of native cultures 3 unparalleled setting
with beauty and character 3 distinctly rich, memorable and
unique events 3 Perfect for intimate dinners or for receptions
for up to 1000 guests 3 State-of-the-art facilities for day or
evening conferences and lectures 3 Located in downtown
Phoenix 3 Minutes from Sky Harbor Airport and accessible
by light rail, the Heard Museum is a true oasis in the heart
of the desert and the city.
to plan a site visit, please contact our events planner at
602.251.0230 or firstname.lastname@example.org or online at
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HEARd MuSEuM doWNToWN · PHoENix
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Phoenix, AZ 85004
602.252.8840 | heard.org
Seniors (65+) $13.50
Student with valid ID $7.50
Children ages 6-12 $7.50
Children under 6 Free
Heard Museum Members Free
American Indians with tribal ID Free
Monday – Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Open every day except December 25.
Public tours are offered daily at noon, 2 and 3 p.m., beginning at the Information
Desk; free with museum admission. Gallery talks are offered on a varying schedule.
Private group tours are also available; call 602.251.0213 to schedule a private tour. MY
Special programs are available to groups of children and adults, including the
Guild Speaker’s Bureau. Please call 602.252.8840 for more information.
• No flash, video light or tripods are allowed in the galleries.
• c opyright for many works of art in the museum rests with the artists.
The Heard Museum does not assume liability for violation of copyright law by
a photographer (Title 17, United States Code). Photography may not be used
for publication without written permission from the museum and/or artists.
distinctive Events and Celebrations at the Heard Museum
The Heard Museum offers space rental for private receptions, corporate meetings,
weddings and events. Visit heard.org/visit/hostanevent or call 602.251.0230 for details.
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