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Heard Museum


address  2301 N. Central Ave.
 Phoenix, AZ  85004
cross street E. Monte Vista Rd.
phone (602) 252-8840
hours Mon.-Sat. 9:30 am-5 pm; Sun. 11 am-5 pm
parking Free in nearby lots
general adm $18; $13.50 seniors; $7.50 students and children 6-17; free for American Indians and children 5 and under
www.heard.org

Upcoming Events

Grand Procession: Contemporary Plains Indian Dolls from the Charles and Valerie Diker Collection

Sculpture
Grand Procession celebrates an exceptional collection of dolls, also known as soft sculptures, created by Jamie Okuma (Luiseño and Shoshone-Bannock), Rhonda Holy Bear (Cheyenne River Sioux and Lakota) and three generations of Growing Thunder family members; Joyce Growing Thunder, Juanita Growing Thunder Fogarty and Jessa Rae Growing Thunder (Assiniboine and Sioux). The dolls provide a figurative reference to Indigenous peoples from the Great Plains and Great Basin regions who lived in those areas during the late nineteenth century. Holy Bear, Okuma, and the three Growing Thunder family members embellish each doll with tiny micro-beads in intricate detail. The 23 dolls included in the exhibition represent the largest private collection of its kind.
Event Info: (602) 252-8840
Price: Included in admission
Payment Via: Cash, All major credit cards
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Schedule
 • Mon 2/17/20 - Sat 2/22/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 2/23/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 2/24/20 - Sat 2/29/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/1/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/2/20 - Sat 3/7/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/8/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/9/20 - Sat 3/14/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/15/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/16/20 - Sat 3/21/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/22/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/23/20 - Sat 3/28/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/29/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/30/20 - Sat 4/4/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 4/5/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 4/6/20 - Sat 4/11/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 4/12/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 4/13/20 - Fri 4/17/20 at 9:30am-5pm 

David Hockney’s Yosemite and Masters of California Basketry

Folk Art/Crafts, Photography
The exhibition marks the first showing of Hockney’s work in Arizona and will highlight the influence of the American landscape on his seminal work while illuminating how Indigenous women inspired by the same landscape have made significant contributions to the field of art production. The objects on view will illustrate ways in which technology can be implemented in artistic creation, from the sophisticated technology of basketry to the innovative use of digital technologies like the iPad. Included are more than 20 spectacular examples of Mono Lake Paiute and Miwok basketry, made by 9 different artists in the early to mid-20th century, as well as 29 of Hockney’s iPad drawings printed on paper, and his rarely shown photographic collages from the 1980s.
Event Info: (602) 252-8840
Price: Included in admission
Payment Via: Cash, All major credit cards
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Schedule
 • Mon 2/17/20 - Sat 2/22/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 2/23/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 2/24/20 - Sat 2/29/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/1/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/2/20 - Sat 3/7/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/8/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/9/20 - Sat 3/14/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/15/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/16/20 - Sat 3/21/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/22/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/23/20 - Sat 3/28/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/29/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/30/20 - Sat 4/4/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 4/5/20 at 11am-5pm 

It's Your Turn Yosemite

Installations, History/Science
It’s Your Turn will immerse visitors in the landscape of the Yosemite Valley. Through a series of hands-on activities for children and families, you can try your hand at basket weaving, explore iPad drawing, and color postcards to send to your friends and family. Now, it’s your turn to be inspired by this amazing landscape!
It’s Your Turn: Yosemite explores the iconic landscape, plants and animals of Yosemite National Park and looks at how it has inspired artists to make work. Yosemite has been a creative inspiration for many people, from the Indigenous people who lived there for centuries to British artist David Hockney. Indigenous people created large, intricately designed baskets using the plants that grow in the valley, while David Hockney made photo collages and drew the landscape using his iPad.
Event Info: (602) 252-8840
Price: Included in admission
Payment Via: Cash, All major credit cards
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Schedule
 • Mon 2/17/20 - Sat 2/22/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 2/23/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 2/24/20 - Sat 2/29/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/1/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/2/20 - Sat 3/7/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/8/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/9/20 - Sat 3/14/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/15/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/16/20 - Sat 3/21/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/22/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/23/20 - Sat 3/28/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 3/29/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 3/30/20 - Sat 4/4/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 4/5/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 4/6/20 - Sat 4/11/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 4/12/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 4/13/20 - Sat 4/18/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 4/19/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 4/20/20 - Sat 4/25/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 4/26/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 4/27/20 - Sat 5/2/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 5/3/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 5/4/20 - Sat 5/9/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 5/10/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 5/11/20 - Sat 5/16/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 5/17/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 5/18/20 - Sat 5/23/20 at 9:30am-5pm 
 • Sun 5/24/20 at 11am-5pm 
 • Mon 5/25/20 at 9:30am-5pm 

Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market

Fair/Festival, Craft Show, Art Show
Begun 62 years ago, the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market continues to promote and support American Indian artists from across the United States and Canada. As a juried show and the second largest art market of its kind in the United States, you will find the best of the best work including traditional art forms and cutting edge contemporary pieces in a broad range of media including painting, sculpture, weaving and textiles (clothing, rugs, quilts, etc.), pottery, basketry, jewelry, glass, wood carvings, 2-dimensional art and more.
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Event Info: (602) 252-8840
Ages: All ages
Price: $22, $20 Seniors (advance); $25, $22 Seniors (onsite); $15 Heard Museum Members (limit 4); $10 American Indians; $9 Students/Children (6-17); free for children 5 and under
Event Website: https://heard.org/fair/
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Schedule
 • Sat 3/7/20 - Sun 3/8/20 at 9:30am-5pm