The Heard Museum is proud to provide a wide array of events. Private, exclusive affairs for our Circles of Giving members and exhibit openings for our members as well as our signature nationally-recognized events such as the Indian Fair and Market and World Championship Hoop Dance, provide an integral part of the museum’s mission. To enhance this mission, events also help raise funds to support the museum and provide opportunities to participate in events that provide financial resources as well as an exceptional and enjoyable experience.
Heard Museum Golf Classic
Golf Classic has raised more than $1.2 million for Heard Museum since 1995 and is one of the premiere golf tournaments in the Valley. Spend a day testing your handicap on a lush, award-winning Sonoran Desert course while enjoying great weather, wonderful food and company, networking, awards and tee gifts for all. For more information on sponsorships of participating in the Heard Museum Golf Classic, contact contact Lynn Donahue by phone at 602.251.0271 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For nearly 85 years, the Heard Museum has been one of the world’s finest destinations for learning about American Indian art and cultures. We couldn’t think of a better time to celebrate this exciting milestone other than at our signature fundraising event, Moondance at the Heard. This year’s gala, to be held on Saturday, October 18, 2014, will honor the past chairs of the Heard Museum Board of Trustees for their leadership and achievements in growing and strengthening the Heard over the past 85 years. For more information on sponsorships or attending Moondance at the Heard, contact Rebecca Simpson by phone at 602.251.0245 or by email at email@example.com.
World Championship Hoop Dance Contest
Top American Indian and First Nations hoop dancers from the U.S. and Canada compete for the prestigious title of world champion. This two-day event combines artistry, sheer athleticism and cultural traditions to create a unique competition.
Heard Guild Indian Fair & Market
Join nearly 15,000 visitors, staff and volunteers at one of Arizona’s most significant cultural events. The Fair attracts collectors and entertainment fans alike for two days of non-stop performances, food, shopping and fun. Arizona’s largest Indian market continues a half-century tradition of showcasing more than 600 of the best Native artists, including new artists and returning favorites.