In honor of our 90th anniversary, we will be partnering with Canyon Records for three First Fridays. Canyon Records of Phoenix, Arizona, producer and distributor of Native American music, is one of the oldest independent record labels in the music industry as well as one of the oldest cultural institutions in the state of Arizona.
Join us for live music from Southern Scratch throughout the evening in our Crossroads Gallery.Southern Scratch is headed by Ron Joaquin, son of legendary waila musician Angelo Joaquin, Sr. For more than 50 years the Joaquin name has been synonymous with the very best of waila – the popular dance music of the Tohono Oâ€™odham of the Sonoran desert.
CUT + Paste Phoenix will also be on site so come be inspired by waila and create you own collage!
The Museumâ€™s Courtyard CafĂ© and Cantina will be open from 6 p.m. â€“ 8 p.m. serving up delicious food and libations inspired by Yosemite!
FREE ADMISSION 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Please note:Â While general admission is free there is a $5 charge for our special exhibitionÂ David Hockneyâ€™s Yosemite and Masters of California Basketry
Heard Museum Policies
Help us keep you and the artwork safe by:
â€Ł Remembering the artwork should not be touched
â€Ł Food and beverages (including bottles of water) are not permitted inside the Museum.
â€Ł Backpacks (large and small) can be checked in our admissions lobby as they may damage the art. Shoulder bags are allowed.
Getting Here by Light Rail
The closest station to the Museum is the Encanto/Central Avenue stop, See thisÂ linkÂ to download the metro light rail brochure, containing a full map, fare details and operating hours.
A limited amount of parking is available at the Museum. Light Rail, ride share, and bike share, and park-and-ride are highly encouraged
The museum has free general admission from 6 to 10 p.m. every First Friday except March. Last entry into the exhibitions is at 9:30 p.m.First Fridays at the Heard are generously funded by: