Have you noticed? A lot of our knowledge about nature came from our amazing American Indians who have maintained a symbiotic relationship with Mother Earth since the beginning of time. If you’ve found peace and joy in the beautiful indigenous culture, you should definitely be a part of the 63rd Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market. We promise you it will be the experience of a lifetime.
2301 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004
The Heard Museum dedicates itself to advocating, supporting, and advancing American Indian art. The museum tells the untold story of the indigenous people and showcases the beauty and vitality of American Indian art. The museum actively interacts with tribal communities by finding shared interest and bringing more attention to the sophisticated American Indian culture.
To keep everybody safe, Heard Museum has decided to host this year’s fair as a hybrid event, featuring both online and on-site activities.
The fair will feature over 300 native artists from over 75 tribal affiliations, American Indian music, and cultural performances. The fair will also resent a juried competition, following with a Best of Show award ceremony.
All fair events go live on March 5th at 9 am, so you better keep a close eye out for updates online!
All proceeds will go to supporting the Heard Museum to continue being the culture pioneer showcasing indigenous art and culture. Pay attention that there are multiple tickets this year for the juried competition and the award ceremony, respectively.
If you are more interested in the on-site events, then all you need to pay for is the general museum admission fee. However, if you want to directly check out available artwork for purchase, the shop requires no admission or tickets at all!
As we all know, arts and culture organizations have had a challenging time due to the pandemic. Therefore, now is the perfect time to do your part and keep the Heard Museum going. The Heard Museum has multiple membership tiers for individuals, families, and organizations. Alternatively, you can also join their Circle of Giving.
Now an artist who might need help instead? Check out our pandemic relief resources for Phoenix artists!