February 10-11, 2018
On February 10 & 11, 2018, top American Indian and Canadian First Nations hoop dancers will compete at the Heard Museum for the prestigious World Champion title and cash prizes. At the two-day competition, men and women compete on an equal field.
February 1, 8, 22; and Saturday, February 17, 2018
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Members $50 (includes one museum admission)
Non-members $70 (includes two museum admissions)
Prepare to be educated and entertained at the Prepare for the Fair lecture series. To kick off the 60th anniversary of the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market, three outstanding families will speak about the history of their art, their experiences at the Heard and the future as they envision it for their art and families. Each artist will display selected pieces of art.
Learn more about the Prepare for the Fair lectures at the Fair website: heard.org/fair.
Friday, March 2 2017, 5:30 – 8 p.m.
Tickets are limited and required
Members $75 | Non-members $100
You won’t want to miss this dazzling evening kick-off to the Fair weekend! This festive and highly anticipated evening highlights the very best of the best in 10 art categories and showcases the energy, creativity, and skills of our exhibiting Fair artists. You won’t want to miss seeing these breathtaking creations up close and congratulating the artists. You will also enjoy previewing a stunning array of “must have” fashions designed by Fair artists, bidding on exciting artworks and more during our silent auction, and relaxing with old and new friends while enjoying hors d’oeuvres, dessert and beverages.
See the full schedule for Best of Show at the Fair website: heard.org/fair.
Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4, 2018
Members $15 through February 2, 2018 (limit 4) | $20 from February 3
A long-standing nationally recognized event, the Fair is the second largest market of its kind in the country. Featuring more than 600 Native artists including well established and acclaimed talents along with a new and upcoming generation. Breath-taking works across a wide variety of traditional and cutting-edge media dazzle visitors each year. The Fair attracts over 10,000 guests and has become a gathering place for art lovers and the community to celebrate and learn about Native art and culture. Visit the Fair website for complete details: heard.org/fair.