2301 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Monday - Saturday; 9:30am-5pm; Sunday, 11am-5pm; 1st Fridays, 6-10pm.
$18 Adults/$13.50 Seniors/$7.50 Students
June 15, 2017 - December 31, 2017
Over the Edge: Fred Harvey at the Grand Canyon and in the Great Southwest
Drawing on a rich resource of ephemera that features the Fred Harvey and Santa Fe Railway companies’ activities at the Grand Canyon, this exhibit is illustrated with materials produced by the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway.
October 7, 2017 - April 15, 2018
Of God and Mortal Men: Masterworks By T.C. Cannon from the Nancy and Richard Bloch Collection
The paintings by T.C. Cannon that comprise the Bloch Collection represent the finest examples by a multifaceted artist whose voice and talent resonate and inspire nearly forty years after his untimely passing.
November 3, 2017 - July 15, 2018
Awa Tsireh: Pueblo Painter and Metalsmith
This exhibit will chronical Awa Tsireh’s painting and metalwork career drawing from collections of the Heard Museum, art museums across the U.S., and the collection of Norman L. Sandfield.
Since its founding by Dwight and Maie Heard in 1929, the Heard Museum has grown in size and stature to become recognized internationally for the quality of its collections, its educational programming and its festivals. Dedicated to the sensitive and accurate portrayal of Native arts and cultures, the Heard is an institution that successfully combines the stories of American Indian people from a personal perspective with the beauty of art.
Through innovative programs, world-class exhibitions and unmatched festivals, the Heard Museum sets the standard nationally for collaborating with Native people to present first-person voices. Partnerships with American Indian artists and tribal communities provide visitors with a distinctive perspective about the art and cultures of Native people, especially those from the Southwest.
Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
Recommendation by Deborah Ross
“Frida Kahlo: Her Photos”
Dan, Arlo and Michael Namingha