Heard Museum - Phoenix Arizona

2013-2014 ANNUAL CALENDAR OF EXHIBITS & EVENTS

October 2013 through June 2014

 

About the Heard
Since 1929, the Heard Museum, a private non-profit organization, has enchanted visitors from around the world with the art, culture and history of American Indians, with an emphasis on tribes of the Southwest.

With more than 40,000 fine artworks and cultural artifacts in its permanent collection, 11 long-term and changing exhibit galleries, an education center, an award-winning Shop, the Books & More boutique bookstore, Coffee Cantina and Courtyard Cafe, the Heard Museum is a place of learning, discovery and unforgettable experiences. In addition to its flagship Phoenix location, the Heard Museum also operates a community museum in North Scottsdale.

New Exhibits Opening at Heard Museum Phoenix:

Georgia O'Keeffe in New Mexico: Architecture, Katsinam, and the Land
Opens Sept. 28, 2013; on display through Jan. 12, 2014
This traveling exhibition includes O'Keeffe's depictions of katsina dolls - a small but important facet of her work that has been largely unknown and rarely displayed - as well as a selection of O'Keeffe's New Mexico landscapes that express her unique view of the land over which the katsinam watch. The Heard is putting its unique touch on this exhibit; the paintings will be complemented with examples of the katsina dolls that inspired O'Keeffe's artistic vision and works by noted artists Dan Namingha (Tewa/Hopi), Ramona Sakiestewa (Hopi) and Alph Secakuku (Hopi), who also contributed to the exhibit catalog and authored the book Following the Sun and Moon.

The exhibit is organized by the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and the Montclair Art Museum. The exhibit was made possible in part by The Burnett Foundation and the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum National Council; presented locally by the Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation.

Latino Folk Tales: Cuentos Populares - ART BY LATINO ARTISTS
Opens Oct. 13, 2013; on display through Jan. 5, 2014
Latino Folk Tales: Cuentos Populares features the work of 10 award-winning artists whose work enhances stories collected from many Spanish-speaking regions including Mexico, New Mexico, Puerto Rico, Central and South America. This family-friendly exhibit will spotlight the vibrant artwork between the covers of popular children's bilingual picture books. The 60 original illustrations highlight Latino folk tales. The stories are primarily from Latin America and rooted in post-European contact times, but are also believed to contain elements of Native cultures prior to that time. Tour management by Smith Kramer Fine Art Services, Kansas City, Mo.

Stories Outside the Lines: American Indian Ledger Art
Opens Feb. 1, 2014; on display through Sept. 28, 2014
The Heard journeys beyond the Southwest in this exhibit, which has been expanded from its original showing at Heard Museum North Scottsdale. Ledger book drawing began in the late 19th century when, as a legacy of warfare, the U.S. government was placing Native people on reservations. The tribes that were relocated were largely tribes of the Great Plains, and many of their cultures had traditions of recording events on animal hides using natural pigments. Confined to a reservation or faced with imprisonment, Indians turned to the materials they had available to them - ledger books and pencils, provided by traders and government agents - to record events and past achievements in their lives. The tradition has continued through the years as contemporary artists create stories and scenes inspired by these artists from long ago.

The Houser/Haozous Family: Celebrating a Century
Opens April 5, 2014; on display through April 26, 2015
The Houser/Haozous Family: Celebrating a Century pays homage to the birth of a child and a modern Indian nation through the art of an acclaimed family of artists. In 1914, the Chiricahua Apache people were released from their status of prisoners of war and given allotments of land in and around Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Some headed west to join the Mescalero Apache in New Mexico, while other Chiricahuas stayed to claim land allotments in Oklahoma. Eventually, this group of Apaches was recognized as the modern Fort Sill Apache Tribe. Shortly after, Allan Houser, who would grow to become one of the century's greatest American Indian artists, was born at Fort Sill, Oklahoma on June 30. The exhibit commemorates these anniversaries of creativity and freedom through art of Allan Houser and sons Bob Haozous and Phillip Haozous. The stories and art of Fort Sill Apache prisoners of war has long served as inspiration for this family's art. The Houser/Haozous Family: Celebrating a Century will show art that reflects tradition, family-centeredness, the importance of song/music, concern for the environment and art that stimulates dialog and acts as a catalyst for change.

Continuing Exhibits at Heard Museum Phoenix:

RETHA WALDEN GAMBARO: ATTITUDES OF PRAYER
Continues through December 2013
Experience the power of contemplation and meditation through the compelling sculpture of Creek artist Retha Walden Gambaro. This award-winning sculptor did not begin her stellar career until age 52, yet she has captured the hearts of collectors and institutions up and down the East Coast. This is believed to be the first exhibit for Gambaro west of the Mississippi.

Elegance from Earth: Hopi Pottery
Continues through March 4, 2014
This exhibit features families of Hopi potters, who often learn pottery techniques from elders and share designs. These superlative artists truly create elegance from earth. Families and their matriarchs with pots on display in the exhibit include Nampeyo, Helen Naha and Joy Navasie, among others. Sponsored by Peabody Energy and Wick Pilcher Insurance.

CHOCOLATE, CHILI AND COCHINEAL: Changing Taste Around the World
On display through Nov. 30, 2014
Explore chocolate, chili and cochineal dye, celebrated through both art and special programs during this exhibit. These three products of the Americas have added beauty and zest to the lives of people around the world. The merits of chocolate and chili should be at once recognizable. Cochineal is a red dye made from insects that feed on prickly pear cactus, and has been prized throughout the world since the 16th century.

Cochineal was used to dye bayeta cloth, and the yarns of the cloth became prized fibers for Navajo weavers. The rich crimson dye also colored the paint used in Hispanic santos, artistic depictions of the saints. These three contributions to the world are in the vein of recent popular books 1491 and 1493 by Charles C. Mann. Sponsored by The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation and the Arizona Humanities Council.

Ongoing Exhibits at Heard Museum Phoenix:

HOME: NATIVE PEOPLE IN THE SOUTHWEST
Experience the living cultures of the Southwest's American Indian people in the 21st century. This signature exhibit presents art from the Heard's permanent collection that tells many stories of "home" for Southwestern Native peoples. Organized by region and presented in first-person voice, HOME reveals the importance of family, community, land and languages in the lives of American Indian communities.
Stories are told through interviews and recollections with artists and tribal members, commissioned works of art, photomurals, poetry, films, a media room and an indigenous plant garden. More Information: heard.org/home

AROUND THE WORLD: THE HEARD MUSEUM COLLECTION
Tour the global span of the Heard's permanent collection. This exhibit focuses on more than 75 years of collecting and preserving Native art and cultures in the Southwest and beyond. Starting with examples of work collected by museum founders Dwight and Maie Heard, and including donations by artists and collectors such as Byron Harvey III and Richard Faletti, the exhibit features objects and artwork from indigenous peoples of North and South America as well as Oceania.

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY
Sponsored by The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust This interactive, kid-friendly exhibit explores the meanings behind the designs and symbols depicted in American Indian artwork. Whirlwind, saguaro, lizard, maze and coyote track designs are displayed alongside image-laden artwork from the Northwest Coast and the Arctic tundra.

REMEMBERING OUR INDIAN SCHOOL DAYS: THE BOARDING SCHOOL EXPERIENCE
This groundbreaking exhibit explores the controversial 1879 U.S. federal government mandate designed to "civilize," assimilate and Americanize American Indian children by sending them to Indian boarding schools. Learn how Native children were separated from their families and often stripped of cultural identity and language. Through sounds from the past, poignant black-and-white photomurals, and the voices and words of boarding school attendees, this moving exhibit traces the history and evolution of the American Indian boarding school experience.
Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Rockefeller Foundation, Intel Corporation, Mr. & Mrs. William Freeman, Bank of America, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Lynn and the Roger S. Firestone Foundation.

WE ARE! ARIZONA�S FIRST PEOPLE
Perfect for families and school groups, this interactive gallery invites visitors to learn more about the past, present and future of Arizona's 21 federally recognized tribal communities. From the importance of land and family to the preservation of languages and traditions, We Are! opens a door on the contemporary worlds of Native America. Sponsored by Virginia Ullman, The Arizona Republic, the Dorrance Family Foundation and Mr. & Mrs. William Freeman.

HISTORY AND COLLECTIONS OF THE HEARD MUSEUM
In 1929, Dwight Heard and Maie Bartlett Heard founded the Heard Museum, establishing what has become an internationally recognized center for Native cultures and art. This exhibit traces the museum's history of more than seven decades, offering a glimpse into the Heard�s unparalleled collections of American Indian art and cultural materials with an emphasis on the Southwest.

Major Public Events

Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community � FEATURING BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE
Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013; 7 p.m.
Hear as legendary singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie (Cree) speaks about her career and her current role as a Native rights and education activist. Her song "Until It's Time for You to Go" was recorded by Elvis Presley, Barbra Streisand and Cher, and her "Universal Soldier" became the anthem of the peace movement. For her very first album she was voted Billboard's Best New Artist. However, Sainte-Marie was blacklisted by mainstream American media for her anti-Vietnam War role and her strong support of American Indian rights for years. In the meantime, she made 18 albums of her music, three of her own television specials, scored movies, garnered international acclaim, helped to found Canada's Music of Aboriginal Canada JUNO category, raised a son, earned a Ph.D., taught Digital Music as adjunct professor at several colleges, and won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for the song Up Where We Belong. Lectures are FREE to the public.

SPIRIT OF THE HEARD AWARD
Friday, Oct. 11, 2013; 4 p.m.
Royce Manuel (Akimel O'odham) will be honored for his work in reviving a nearly extinct art form � the O�odham burden basket. Manuel, who is nearly self-taught, has worked to keep traditional ways alive through his relentless search for books, personal instruction (some of his instruction came from his grandmother) and other research in order that he could relearn these handiworks. Manuel, 60, a retired firefighter, is also teaching his hard-won skills to other O'odham people and is fast becoming a cultural treasure. The ceremony is FREE and open to the public.

HEARD MUSEUM SHOPS ANNUAL FALL SALE
Friday - Sunday, Oct. 11 - 13, 2013; Friday and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Don't miss the Heard Museum Shops Annual Fall Sale on October 11, 12 and 13. This twice-yearly shopping event offers discounts on the finest authentic American Indian artwork. Almost everything from katsina dolls and jewelry to baskets, textiles, pottery and fine art will be 10% off.
Heard Museum members save an extra 10% off all purchases � for a total of 20% off. And, the Shop does not charge sales tax, so you save even more on your purchases! (Berlin Gallery, consignment purchases and sale items are ineligible for additional discounts.)

MOONDANCE GALA
Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013; 6 p.m.
The Heard Museum's benefit gala event is an evening of elegance and glamour. The 2013 Gala honorees are Mr. and Mrs. F. Wesley Clelland and the Clelland Family. Event co-chairs are Mary Bonsall and Patti Hibbeler.
Tickets are $500 per person and can be purchased by calling 602.346.8192. For sponsorship information, please call 602.251.0211.
Sponsors to date include: APS, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and SRP.

NAVAJO WEAVERS MARKETPLACE
Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
From sheep to finished rug, Navajo weaving is steeped in tradition. Join more than 60 weavers as they display and sell their creations and demonstrate the dyeing, carding, spinning and weaving processes that combine with inspiration to create woven masterpieces. Enjoy lectures on collecting, book signings, films and more. Free and open to the public (museum admission additional).

12th ANNUAL HEARD MUSEUM SPANISH MARKET
Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 9 & 10, 2013; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Strolling mariachis and artwork by Hispanic artists from Arizona and New Mexico highlight this festive, casual and friendly annual marketplace, the largest of its kind in Arizona.
Chat with more than 75 artists as they sell a range of distinctive and unique artwork. With art in every price range, Spanish Market offers buyers a wide selection of objects from different Hispanic traditions, including Santos, pottery, embroidery, furniture making, painting, printmaking, and silver and tinwork. Booksignings take place in the museum's Central Courtyard, where the Courtyard Cafe will offer a menu of festive and traditional foods. The Market is free with a suggested donation of $10, which includes museum admission.
Sponsored by SRP and BMO Harris Bank.

Thanksgiving Day Harvest Feast
Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Harvest Feast is an authentic, cuisine-based way to celebrate Thanksgiving Day and experience the Heard Museum with family and friends. The menu bridges American Indian culture and professional kitchen expertise as the Courtyard Cafe prepares an inspired menu using indigenous ingredients.

4th ANNUAL ORNAMENT MARKETPLACE
Thursday - Sunday, Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, 2013; 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday
Enhance your holidays with wonderful Native-themed ornaments hand-crafted by American Indian artists from the Heard Museum Shops during this fourth annual event! Choose from hundreds of ornaments in a variety of art forms for yourself or for unique holiday gifts. Prices vary. Also at Heard Museum North Scottsdale. Admission to the Heard Museum Shop is always free � and we never charge sales tax! (museum admission additional) More Information: heard.org/ornaments

HOLIDAYS AT THE HEARD
Dec. 26 - 31, 2013; 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Sundays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A Southwestern tradition, Holidays at the Heard is a great way to spend time with family and friends. Exciting performances and artist demonstrations introduce visitors to traditional and contemporary American Indian music, dance and art throughout the week. Included in general museum admission. More Information: heard.org/holidays

24th ANNUAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HOOP DANCE CONTEST
Saturday & Sunday, Feb. 8 & 9, 2014; 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Experience the fast-paced precision and grace of hoop dancing at the World Championship Hoop Dance Contest. More than 70 top Native hoop dancers from the United States and Canada compete for cash prizes and the World Champion title.

Visitors can enjoy dance performances as well as delicious frybread and other American Indian foods. $18 adults; $13.50 seniors (65+); $12 American Indians and Heard Museum members, $7.50 for children age 4-12, FREE for children under 4 (includes museum admission). More Information: heard.org/hoop.

HEARD MUSEUM GUILD INDIAN FAIR & MARKET BEST OF SHOW RECEPTION
Friday, Feb. 28, 2014; 5:30 to 8 p.m.
More than 300 artists from the Heard's renowned Indian Fair & Market participate in this prestigious juried competition. Visitors can view the 2014 Fair & Market award-winning pieces at this special twilight evening dinner and reception. Enjoy the art and mingle with today's most talented American Indian artists. The Best of Show reception is held at the museum. Tickets will go on sale in December 2013 at the Museum and in December 2013 at heard.org/Fair.

56th ANNUAL HEARD MUSEUM GUILD INDIAN FAIR & MARKET
Saturday, March 1, 2014; 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. & Sunday, March 2, 2014; 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Experience one of the Southwest's largest and most prestigious events: the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. This year, celebrate the rich musical tradition of tribes and the hand-crafted instruments used for tuneful expression. Meet Signature Artist Stetson Honyumptewa, an award-winning Hopi katsina doll carver, and experience "live mural" painting. Celebrate the rich musical tradition of tribes and the hand-crafted instruments used for tuneful expression. The Indian Fair features more than 600 top American Indian artists. Visitors get firsthand access to artists and can view and purchase handmade, authentic work by the best jewelers, sculptors, painters, potters, weavers, bead workers, katsina doll carvers and basket makers. Fair weekend also includes music by recording artists, cultural dance performances, art demonstrations, and chefs demonstrating culinary uses of native ingredients. The Indian Fair & Market is the museum's largest annual fundraiser.

Admission per day: adult general admission $20; students with I.D., veterans with I.D. and American Indians with tribal I.D. $10; children age 16 and under free. Admission includes the festival and museum admission. Tickets go on sale on Dec. 1, 2013. More Information: heard.org/fair.

Heard Museum Council American Indian Art & Artifacts Appraisal Day
Saturday, March 22, 2014; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Learn more about those items lurking in your closet or collecting dust on your display shelves! Bring them to Heard Museum Phoenix during American Indian Art & Artifacts Appraisal Day. Leading Native art traders will examine your treasures and offer information about materials, dates, artists and traditions.
$30 for the first item, $25 for the second item, $20 for the third and subsequent item(s). (Limit 10 items per person, please.) Heard Museum members receive $5 off per item.

HEARD MUSEUM GUILD AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENT ART SHOW & SALE
Saturday - Monday, April 5 - 7, 2014; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
View and purchase work by more than 500 students from the U.S. and Canada at this unique event, which celebrates the achievements of young Native artists. The students receive 80% of their sales, and more than 200 cash prizes are given to top artists. Selected images are made into note cards. Student Art Show proceeds have funded over $275,000 in scholarships to American Indians and over. Free with regular museum admission. Free with regular museum admission. More Information: heard.org/StudentArt

HEARD MUSEUM SHOPS ANNUAL SPRING SALE
Friday - Sunday, April 5 - 7, 2014; Friday and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Find that perfect gift for family, friends or just yourself at the Heard Museum Shops Annual Spring Sale. This twice-yearly shopping event offers discounts on the finest authentic American Indian artwork. Almost everything from katsina dolls and jewelry to baskets, textiles, pottery and fine art will be 10% off. Heard Museum members save an extra 10% off all purchases - for a total of 20% off. And, the Shop does not charge sales tax, so you save even more on your purchases! (Berlin Gallery, consignment purchases and sale items are ineligible for additional discounts.)

A GATHERING OF CARVERS: KATSINA DOLL MARKETPLACE
Saturday, April 12, 2014; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The nation�s largest gathering of Hopi katsina doll carvers takes place at the Heard Museum as more than 100 artists gather to show and sell their unique creations. Enjoy musical performances, booksignings, carving demonstrations and drawings. Admission to the Marketplace is free; museum admission additional. More Information: heard.org/KatsinaDollMarketplace

BLUE STAR MUSEUM INITIATIVE
Monday, May 26 through Monday, Sept. 1, 2014
The Heard Museum is proud to be part of the Blue Star Museum Initiative! The program offers free admission to the Heard for all active-duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day, May 27, through Labor Day, Sept. 1, 2014. The program is available to any bearer of a Geneva Convention common access card (CAC), a DD Form 1173 ID card, or a DD Form 1173-1 ID card, which includes active-duty military members (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard), National Guard and Reserve members, and up to five immediate family members.

Teacher Appreciation Month
June 1 - 30, 2014
The Heard Museum is thanking K-12 teachers from Arizona schools with a special offer in June. During Teacher Appreciation Month, the Heard will give teachers with valid school ID a 50% discount off the adult admission price of $18. This offer is good for the teacher and one guest. The Heard hosts free tours for schools, so this is a great way for teachers to learn more about how a visit to the Heard can benefit their students. The museum's educational programming meets Arizona State Standards for American Indian culture and history instruction, and the museum is also a great place for kids of all ages to learn more about the rich artistic expressions of Native peoples.
Spend the day enjoying the Heard's 11 exhibit galleries, take one of several public tours to gain a deeper perspective into the exhibits, have lunch or a snack at the Courtyard Caf� or the Coffee Cantina, and browse the selections at our boutique bookstore Books & More and our award-winning Heard Museum Shop.

HEARD MUSEUM NORTH SCOTTSDALE - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA


Exhibits at Heard Museum North Scottsdale

STORIES OUTSIDE THE LINES: AMERICAN INDIAN LEDGER ART
On display through Oct. 27, 2013
The Heard goes beyond the Southwest in our Plains art exhibit. Ledger book drawings began in the late 19th century when, as a legacy of warfare, the U.S. government was placing Native people on reservations. The tribes that were relocated were largely Plains tribes, and many of their cultures had traditions of recording events on animal hides using natural pigments. Confined to a reservation or faced with imprisonment, the Indians turned to the materials they had available to them - ledger books and pencils, provided by traders and government agents - to record events and past achievements in their lives. The tradition has continued through the years as contemporary artists create stories and scenes inspired by these artists from long ago. This collection includes drawings and a few hide paintings.

American Indian Fashion: From LLOYD KIVA New to Now
Opens Nov. 23, 2013; on display through Oct. 26, 2014
Since the mid-20th century, American Indian fashion and design have reinforced Native identity and provided a platform for Native expression. The exhibit, which will be on display at our Heard Museum North Scottsdale community campus, will use clothing and accessories from the Heard collection and other private collections to examine how materials, design, style and accessories honor tradition and create innovative statements on Native identity and culture. Featured artists include legendary Cherokee designer Lloyd Kiva New, Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti) and other acclaimed artists.

Ongoing Exhibits at Heard Museum North Scottsdale:

CHOICES AND CHANGE: AMERICAN INDIAN ARTISTS IN THE SOUTHWEST
This long-term exhibit features paintings, sculpture, jewelry, baskets, katsina dolls and pottery from the renowned Heard Museum collection. The show contains a wide-ranging selection of pieces that reveal how individual artists create work that changes in response to new stimuli. See how work from multiple generations of artists bridges both a past rich in tradition and a dynamic and changing American Indian culture.

Events at Heard Museum North Scottsdale:

HEARD MUSEUM SHOPS ANNUAL FALL SALE
Friday - Sunday, Oct. 11 - 13, 2013; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Start the holiday shopping season early and get your friends, family or yourself a gift that will be treasured for a lifetime at the Heard Museum Shops Annual Fall Sale on October 11, 12 and 13. This twice-yearly shopping event offers discounts on the finest authentic American Indian artwork. Almost everything from katsina dolls and jewelry to baskets, textiles, pottery and fine art will be 10% off. Heard Museum members save an extra 10% off all purchases - for a total of 20% off. And, the Shop does not charge sales tax, so you save even more on your purchases! (Berlin Gallery, consignment purchases and sale items are ineligible for additional discounts.)

Heard Museum Council American Indian Art & Artifacts Appraisal Day
Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Learn more about those items lurking in your closet or collecting dust on your display shelves! Bring them to Heard Museum North Scottsdale during American Indian Art & Artifacts Appraisal Day. Leading Native art traders will examine your treasures and offer information about materials, dates, artists and traditions. $30 for the first item, $25 for the second item, $20 for the third and subsequent item(s). (Limit 10 items per person, please.) Heard Museum members receive $5 off per item.

ORNAMENT MARKETPLACE
Thursday - Sunday, Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, 2013; Thursday, Friday & Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Enhance your holiday home with wonderful Native-themed ornaments hand-crafted by American Indian artists from the Heard Museum Shops during this second annual event! Choose from hundreds of ornaments in a variety of artforms for yourself or for unique holiday gifts. Prices vary. Also at Heard Museum Phoenix. Admission to the Heard Museum Shops is always free - and we never charge sales tax! (museum admission additional). More Information: heard.org/ornaments

NIGHTS AT NORTH
Wednesdays, Jan. 29 to Feb. 19, 2014; 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Presented by the Heard Museum Council. Spend the evening at Heard Museum North Scottsdale during this popular series. First, enjoy wine, beer, margaritas and other beverages in the Gallery Cafe during a cash bar reception. Then, hear fascinating lectures by artists, experts and authors about our tribal neighbors.

HEARD MUSEUM SHOPS ANNUAL SPRING SALE
Friday - Sunday, April 4 - 6, 2014; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Check out the bargains at the Heard Museum Shops Annual Spring Sale. This twice-yearly shopping event offers discounts on the finest authentic American Indian artwork. Almost everything from katsina dolls and jewelry to baskets, textiles, pottery and fine art will be 10% off. Heard Museum members save an extra 10% off all purchases - for a total of 20% off. And, the Shop does not charge sales tax, so you save even more on your purchases! (Berlin Gallery, consignment purchases and sale items are ineligible for additional discounts.)

BLUE STAR MUSEUM INITIATIVE
Monday, May 26 through Monday, Sept. 1, 2014
Heard Museum North Scottsdale is proud to be part of the Blue Star Museum Initiative! The program offers free admission to the Heard for all active-duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day, May 27, through Labor Day, Sept. 1, 2014. The free admission program is available to any bearer of a Geneva Convention common access card (CAC), a DD Form 1173 ID card, or a DD Form 1173-1 ID card, which includes active-duty military members (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard), National Guard and Reserve members, and up to five immediate family members.

HEARD MUSEUM - 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85004
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday; Closed on Easter Sunday, Independence Day and Christmas.
Cost: $18 adults; $13.50 seniors (65+); $7.50 students with ID; $7.50 children (6-12);
children under 6 years, American Indians and Heard Museum members receive free admission.
Info: 602.252.8848
Web: heard.org

HEARD MUSEUM NORTH SCOTTSDALE � Summit at Scottsdale
32633 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Hours: (Summer hours, May 1 through Sept. 30) 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday, closed Independence Day (Winter hours, Oct. 1 through April 30) 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, every day except Christmas and Easter
Cost: $5 adults, $4 for seniors (65+), $2 for students with a valid student ID. Children under 6 years, Heard Museum members and American Indians receive free admission.
Info: 480.488.9817
Web: heard.org/north

HEARD MUSEUM SHOPS - 5 Ways to Shop!

HEARD MUSEUM PHOENIX SHOP
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday; Closed on Easter Sunday, Independence Day and Christmas.
Info: 602.252.8344 or 1.800.252.8344
Web: HeardMuseumShop.com AND BerlinGallery.org

BERLIN GALLERY
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday; Closed on Easter Sunday, Independence Day and Christmas.
Info: 602.252.8344 or 1.800.252.8344
Web: BerlinGallery.org

BOOKS & MORE
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday; Closed on Easter Sunday, Independence Day and Christmas.
Info: 602.251.0258 or 1.800.252.8344
Web: HeardMuseumShop.com

HEARD MUSEUM NORTH SCOTTSDALE SHOP
Hours: (Summer hours, May 1 through Sept. 30) 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday, closed Independence Day
(Winter hours, Oct. 1 through April 30) 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, every day except Dec. 25 and Easter Info: 480.488.9817

HEARD MUSEUM ONLINE SHOP
Web: HeardMuseumShop.com

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COURTYARD CAFE AT THE HEARD MUSEUM
2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85004
Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily; Closed on Easter Sunday, Independence Day and Christmas
Info: 602.251.0204
Web: heard.org/visit/dining

COFFEE CANTINA AT HEARD MUSEUM PHOENIX
2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85004
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday; Closed on Easter Sunday, Independence
Day and Christmas

GALLERY CAFE AT HEARD MUSEUM NORTH SCOTTSDALE
The Summit at Scottsdale
32633 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday; closed Sunday and Monday; closed on Christmas and Independence Day
February 1 through April 30: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily; closed on Easter Sunday
Info: 480.344.3385