Don’t miss this opportunity to completely immerse yourself in one of the most comprehensive experiences of Native American culture that phoenix has to offer.
This weekend, Saturday, March 1st through Sunday March 2nd, the Heard Museum is hosting its annual Indian Fair and Market. Complete with works by over 600 artists from across the United States, multiple stages for performances of culturally relevant music and dance, and cuisine that boasts Southwestern and indigenous flavors, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The fair will also feature live mural paintings by muralist Thomas “Breezze” Marcus, and music and dance performances by Grammy Award nominees R.C. Nakai and Will Clipman (2014), Joe Tohonnie Jr. and the Apache Crown Dancers (2014), and Radmilla Cody (2012).
Audiences will have the opportunity to preview the winning artworks of 2014 at the Best of Show Reception held before the festivities begin, on Friday, February 28th at 5:30pm. During the reception, visitors will enjoy a delicious dinner, fashion walkabout, live mural painting, and silent auction. Tickets must be purchased in advance, as reservations are limited ($100 for non-members, $75 for Heard Museum Members). For more information and a schedule for the evening please click HERE.
Admission to the 56th Annual Indian Fair and Market ranges from $20 for single-day admission to $125 for the deluxe admission package. Please visit the website HERE for more information and to purchase tickets. The ticket price also includes admission to all of the Heard Museum’s galleries.
When: Saturday, March 1st: 9:30 am – 5:00pm / Sunday, March 2nd: 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Heard Museum, 2301 North Central Avenue, phoenix
Price: Tickets range from $20 - $125. Visit the Heard Museum website for more information, and to purchase
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