53rd Annual Heard Museum Guild  Where Art Meets Entertainment

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NOTICE: The Heard Museum will close at 4 p.m. on Friday, March 2 for the Best of Show Reception. The museum will reopen at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.

Artist Changes:

These artists have cancelled:

  • B 11 Gwen Stella
    C 59 Hector Valencia
    F 33 Rondina Huma
    G 01 Laverna Goldtooth
    G 50 Linda Durant
    Booth Changes:
    A 36 Arland Ben CHANGE to F 33
    B 53 Lance Yazzie D 30
    B 53 larry Yazzie D 27A
    B 53 Victoria McKinney from K-08
    Additions to Fair:
    A 36 Paul Tenoso
    A 46 Arlene Kast
    A 48 Harlan Coonis
    A 49 Wanda Aragon
    A 53 Dina Velarde
    D 38 Gerald Tso/ David Gary Suaza
    D 63 Luanne Aragon/Ray Garcia
    D 64 Benson Halwood
    D 65 Sally Parker/Melvin John
    E Vangie Suiana
    F Emma Yepa
    F 22 Richelle Sandoval
    G Glen Nipshank
    J 14 Diane Douglas Willard/
    Gianna Willard
    J 14 James Fendenheim
    K -08 Sani Pointe

    K 09 Jhane Myers Noisecat


    Best of Show Reception Entrance Change: Please note that during the Best of Show Reception on Friday, March 2, the ONLY entrance will be at the Central Avenue gate. Will Call is also located at the Central Avenue entrance.

  • Entrance Change: Please note that during the Fair, the only entrance is at the Central Avenue front gate. The Monte Vista gate is only for artists, volunteers and people with disabilities (drop-off point only; handicapped parking is again located at the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona lot at the southwestern corner of Central and Encanto. NO drop-offs will be allowed at Central Avenue.)

  • Advance Tickets: Advance ticket sales are now closed; tickets will be available at the gate. Cost: $20 for adults; children 16 and under free; $10 for students with I.D. and American Indians with tribal I.D.

  • Artist List: Visit heardguild.org for the latest artists' list, including specialty and booth location.

  • Campus Map: The map will be available soon; please check heardguild.org or heard.org/fair.

  • Heard Museum Shop Hours: On Friday, March 2, the Heard Museum Phoenix Shops (including the Shop, Berlin Gallery and Books & More) will open at 10 a.m. and close at 3 p.m.; the Shop will re-open at 5:30 p.m. and close at approximately 8 p.m. The shops will open at 9 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, March 3 and 4.

  • Special Shop Appearances: While visiting the Fair, stop into the Heard Museum Shop and see these special guests:

    • Art Quintana, Antique Jewelry

    • Terry DeWald, Antique Baskets

    • Steve Getzwiller, Navajo "tapestry" rugs

    • Ed Tewanama, Hopi Katsina Carver (tentative)

  • Special Berlin Gallery Appearances: While attending the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market Best of Show evening on March 2, please join us and meet several artists represented by the Berlin Gallery.

    • On Saturday, March 3, many Berlin Gallery artists will be in the gallery during Indian Market weekend to discuss their work, including mixed media artist Sarah Sense (Chitimacha/Choctaw), who will be signing copies of her recent catalogue Weaving the Americas, A Search for Native Art in the Western Hemisphere, which accompanied her recent solo exhibition in Chile.


NEW! Special Lodging Offers
If you haven't yet made your lodging arrangements, several local hotels are offering special Fair rates!

Ask for the Heard Museum Rate to receive these special offers. Please contact specific hotel for the specific offer dates.


Welcome to Arizona's Largest Indian Market!

  • More than 700 of the nation's finest American Indian artists
  • Music and dance performances throughout both days
  • Jewelry, textiles, sculpture, pottery, paintings, carvings and more
  • Artist demonstrations)
  • Admission includes the museum's 10 exhibit galleries
  • Convenient parking and front-door access via Metro Light Rail














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