The 600-member Heard Museum Guild offers great opportunities for fellowship, learning and fun, all while giving back to the museum. Founded more than 50 years ago, the purpose of the Guild is to support the mission of the museum both physically and financially.
Guild members provide support to many of the museum's areas and also plan a variety of festivals, events and programs that raise money for the museum and provide learning opportunities to Guild members and the public. To learn more about Guild traveling tours and trips, click here.
Guild events and activities include:
- Indian Fair & Market
- American Indian Student Art Show & Sale
- Notecard Committee
- Las Guias (Docents)
- Las Guias Speakers' Bureau
- Information Desk
- Tourism Marketing Outreach
- Museum Shops
- Library Book Sale
- Fall and Spring Luncheon Committees
- Hospitality for artists at the Spanish Market, the Katsina Doll Marketplace and the Navajo Weavers Marketplace
In addition, educational speakers are featured at monthly Guild meetings that are held in the Steele Auditorium at 9:30 a.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. Heard Guild Presents offers Both the Shops and Las Guias also hold educational events throughout the year.
To see the Heard Museum Guild's Web site, click here.