Free Summer Sunday in June | Heard Museum

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Free Summer Sunday in June

Escape the heat of summer and join us again for this annual series to enjoy free performances, activities, and free admission to the museum every 4th Sunday of the month through August.

This summer’s medium is printmaking. Each month we will have a different printmaker in the Crossroads Gallery with a hands-on print activity using color as the main theme. See our exhibition, Color Riot! for inspiration then make your very own colorful artwork!

Featured Artists and Schedule

All day – Printmaking artist Gabriela Muñoz
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Weaving demonstrations by Velma Craig (Diné) and Daniel Keams Jr. (Diné)
12 and 2 p.m. – Musical performance by Harmony Project

All special activities will take place in the Crossroads Gallery.

Velma Craig (Navajo) weaving at an upright traditional loom

Navajo weaver and Heard Museum Mellon Fellow, Velma Craig

Young Navajo man weaving on a vertical loom

Daniel Keams, Jr. (Diné)

Free Summer Sundays in June will feature printmaking. Serigraphy, or screen-printing is shown in this picture.

Screen printing demonstration


Summer Sundays are generously funded by:
Graphic drawing of sunburst in bright warm colors with text in the middle which reads Summer Sundays at the Heard

Event Details

Sunday, June 23

Cost: Free

Heard Museum Campus

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