Short Course | HOME: Native Peoples in the Southwest | Heard Museum
ADVANCING AMERICAN INDIAN ART

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Section of the HOME exhibition showing Pueblo pottery and a traditional beehive bread oven made from clay

Short Course | HOME: Native Peoples in the Southwest

Learn about the Indigenous peoples who have lived and thrived in the Southwest from Prehistoric to current times. This three-part course includes an exciting overview of the land, culture, and history of both the ancient peoples of the Southwest and the federally recognized tribes and pueblos who call Arizona and New Mexico home today.

Session Three on November 18 includes an introduction to the Native American Fine Art Movement and the Native American Literary Renaissance.

Each of the three sessions will conclude with a tour of the Heard Museum’s galleries. Whether you have lived in the Southwest for years or are new to the region, don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding and appreciation of this special place we all call home.

Questions about the class? Email class instructor Linda Hefter at hefteraz@cox.net.

Registration

To register, email Short Course Facilitator Susan Sherbocker at sjsherb11@gmail.com.

Register online at heardguildshop.com.

Event Details

Thursday, November 4
9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Cost:
Course Fee: $45

Location:
Monte Vista Room

Event Category:

This course meets Thursdays, Nov. 4, Nov. 11, and Nov. 18, from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.