Rating: 5 stars 19 19 reviews
2301 N Central Ave Phoenix AZ 85004 USA
The mission of the heard museum is to educate visitors and promote greater public understanding of the arts, heritage and life ways of the indigenous peoples of the americas, with an emphasis on american indian tribes and other cultures of the southwest.
The heard museum is a private non-profit museum that pursues an educational mission of educating the public about the arts and history of american indians and other indigenous peoples of the americas with an emphasis on peoples of the southwest usa. The heard accomplishes this task by: organizing exhibits that showcase both its collection of more than 40,000 fine artworks and cultural artifacts in its permanent collection and artworks from others; holding special events that highlight one or more aspects of native art, cultures, and/or history; hosting more than 12,000 school children touring the museum each year; supporting the careers of american indian artists in the heard museum shops and books & more, a boutique bookstore and gift shop; offering indigenous ingredients within the menu of the museum's cafe and coffee cantina; and by offering programming such as lectures, book signings and presentations by experts in art, history, and cultures. Approximately 118,000 people visited the museum during the year.
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