The Heard Museum hosts Educator Events throughout the year. Visit our events page for upcoming events. All events are free but registration is required.
Sign up for a $30 Education membership (for students and teachers) today to receive email updates on special member-only events plus:
For more information, or if you want to take advantage of this educator membership please visit: heard.org/membership
The Heard Museum’s Books & More shop accepts school Purchase Orders (PO) for educational materials such as books and DVDs. This service is available Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 4 p.m. Please call Books & More at 602.251.0258 to schedule your visit so that staff can be available to assist. Staff will need a printed copy of the PO to complete your order after you have selected your titles. As a non-profit, the museum shops do not charge sales tax.
The Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives is a comprehensive research facility offering extensive information about Indigenous art and cultures from around the world and an unparalleled resource collection on nearly 25,000 American Indian artists. Library hours are Tuesday through Friday 10:00 AM to 3:45 PM.
Every spring, student artists are invited to submit work for the Annual Heard Museum Guild American Indian Student Art Show & Sale (SASS). The event features the artwork of American Indian students in grades 7-12 from communities across the United States.
Teachers with students participating in the current year’s show may apply for art supply grants for the following school year.
Learn more about the current year’s application process at heardguild.org.
Art cards are a fun way to introduce children in elementary school to artwork by American Indian artists. They are designed to help children look at art carefully and exercise their interpretation skills. Each card has a suggested art activity that can be done with the help of an adult or independently. Every card is also aligned to Arizona K-12 visual art standards. Fill out the form below to get your free download.
Take a virtual field trip throughout Arizona’s tribal communities. Learn more about the state’s cultural centers and hear from tribal leaders.