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Press Releases & News
Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Awards $123 Million in Surprise Grants to 71 Nonprofits—the Largest Single-Day Grant Initiative in Arizona History
Ornament Magazine: ‘Small Wonders: A Beautiful Tradition of Change’
Essex News Daily: Montclair Art Museum to present ‘Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles’
AZ Central: Two Heard Museum exhibitions featured in article, ‘Must See Art Exhibitions and Shows for August 2021’
Press Release | Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market Returns to Historic Campus for the 2022 Event
Visit Phoenix: ‘Experience American Indian Culture in Phoenix’
Cowboys & Indians Magazine Online includes All at Once: the Gift of Navajo Weaving in the article, ‘Summertime Art Exhibitions and Events’
Press Release | Popular Heard Museum exhibition Leon Polk Smith: Hiding in Plain Sight extended through July 3
Travelawaits.com: ‘4 Unique Must-Visit Museums In Phoenix’
Press Release | Heard Museum Announces Next Grand Gallery Exhibition Remembering the Future: 100 Years of Inspiring Art
Native News Online: ‘Bank of America Sponsors Heard Museum to Overcome Pandemic Losses’
New Times: ‘Arizona Photographers Named 2021 Guggenheim Fellows — And More Metro Phoenix Arts News’
New Times: ‘Seven Art Exhibits You Need to See in Metro Phoenix This Spring’
Bank of America’s Masterpiece Moment—a new video series that celebrates great works of art profiles Allan Houser’s Earth Song
Phoenix New Times: ’15 Women Curators to Know in Arizona’ includes Heard curators Diana Pardue and Erin Joyce
AZFamily.com profiles new exhibition, Small Wonders
Press Release | Pandemic-themed Soft Sculpture Figure Named “Best of Show” at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market
Press Release | 2021 Hoop Dance Contest Winners
Widewalls: ‘Revisiting the Art of Leon Polk Smith’
Forbes | Bank Of America Teams With Leading Art Museums Through New ‘Masterpiece Moment’ Program
Visit Arizona includes Heard Museum in its ‘Insider’s Guide to Phoenix’ article.
AZ Foothills Magazine: ‘The 2021 Heard Museum Hoop Dance Contest Goes Virtual’
Press Release | All At Once: The Gift of Navajo Weaving exhibition opens
Press Release | Heard Museum’s annual Hoop Dance Contest is going virtual
AZ Central includes Heard Museum’s First Friday event with Chip Thomas and Esther Belin in their “December Must-See Arts Events.”
Heard Museum included in Forbes.com travel article on Uptown Phoenix
Chicago Tribune and The New York Times include Heard Museum in article, “How to Staycation in 6 American Cities.”
Press Release | Holidays at the Heard – Nov. 27, 2020 through Jan. 1, 2021
AZ Foothills Magazine: ‘Heard Museum Announces New Grand Gallery Exhibition: “Leon Polk Smith: Hiding in Plain Sight”‘
Press Release | Heard Museum Explores One of the Great American Artists of the 20th Century with New Grand Gallery Exhibition
DTPHX: ‘The Heard Museum: A Staple Thing to Do in Phoenix Since 1929’
RVMattress.com includes Heard Museum in top 20 list of Arizona attractions to visit
New York Times: ‘Movies and Museums Are Coming Back. Should You Go?’
Larger Than Memory named “Best Art Exhibit” in Phoenix New Times’ Best of Phoenix 2020
Wiki.ezvid.com names Heard Museum one of the 5 “must see” museums in the Western U.S.
Indian Country Today: ‘Larger Than Memory’ is larger than life at Phoenix museum
Henry Luce Foundation: Survey of Contemporary Indigenous North American Art Opens at Heard Museum
AZ Family profiles Larger Than Memory and interviews Chief Curator Diana Pardue and artist Stephen Yazzie (Diné/Laguna)
AZ Red Book: Heard Museum Presents ‘Larger Than Memory’
Ornament Magazine: ‘Richard Chavez: Meticulous Geometry’
New Times Arts Roundup features Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Indigenous Art from North America
Wide Walls Magazine: Surveying Contemporary Art From Indigenous North America
Artful Jaunt: A Show of Indigenous Artists in Phoenix Has Questions For Museums Everywhere
Press Release | Heard Museum’s largest exhibition of contemporary Native art, Larger Than Memory, opens Sept. 4
Smithsonian collaboration helps the Heard Museum reunite Yup’ik masks
ASU Cronkite News: School-to-prison pipeline has deep roots in tangled history of tribal schools
ANDREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION AWARDS MAJOR GRANT TO HEARD MUSEUM
Heard Museum’s Away From Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories Wins 2020 AASLH Award of Excellence
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awards major grant to Heard Museum
Press Release: Heard Museum Announces Full List of Participating Artists for Larger Than Memory Exhibition
Heard Museum Reopening Media Advisory
Red Book includes articles on Larger than Memory and Hoop in its April 2020 travel issue (see pages 13 & 18)
New Times includes Heard@Home in list of favorite creative spaces online.
Heard Museum is no. 1 on the list of Destination Mundo: The 5 Best Things to Do in Phoenix, Arizona
Hyperallergic reviews Maria Hupfield: Nine Years Towards the Sun
March 24, 2020 | Message from the Heard Museum CEO concerning COVID-19
Downtown Devil recommends the Heard Museum Digital Library in their article, “How To Keep Yourself Occupied At Home.”
Heard Museum Temporarily Closed.
Scheduled to reopen April 6th, 2020.
Travel website Lonely Planet names Heard Museum one of the best art museums in the US
Exhibition Press Release: Larger Than Memory
ArtDaily: “The Heard Museum presents David Hockney’s first exhibition in Arizona.”
PR Newswire : “The Heard Museum presents David Hockney’s first exhibition in Arizona paired with Indigenous California Basketry.”
Heard Museum Reopens Landmark Boarding School Exhibition, Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories
Josef Albers in Mexico Press Release
Heard Museum Guild Announces 61st-Annual Indian Fair & Market, March 2-3
Heard Museum to present original exhibition featuring rare works by Henri Matisse and the Native Alaskan Masks that inspired him
Andrew Mellon Foundation awards Heard Museum Fellowship grant to support textile conservation
Large-scale exhibition of masterworks by T.C. Cannon opens at Heard Museum
Iconic Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition extended through Sept. 4, 2017
Press Release- World Championship Hoop Dance Contest Results 2017
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