Second Saturday at the Heard Celebration of Indigenous Art | Heard Museum
ADVANCING AMERICAN INDIAN ART
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Second Saturday at the Heard
Celebration of Indigenous Art

Join us for another wonderful Second Saturday at the Heard for live music and artist demonstrations in the Central Courtyard. Museum attendees and members have the opportunity to meet local indigenous artists in an intimate setting, learning about each artists own technique and approach to their art. Best of all, Second Saturdays are free to attend and open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This month come see local indigenous artists and discussing the artistic process involved in each piece they create including James Johnson (Tlingit),  Royce Manuel (Akmierl Aw-Thum), Piersten Doctor (Diné) and Tamarah Tsinnie (Diné).  Aaron White (Diné/ Northern Ute) will fill the courtyard with beautiful music throughout the day.

Please also bring the kids and create! Stop by for a fun paint activity “Adventures with Animals from Mesoamerica” with artist Oliverio Balcells.

 

Come enjoy the weather, and see all the Heard has to offer on this Second Saturday!


Second Saturdays are free to attend, but do not include museum admission.

James Johnson (Tlingit)

Canyon Records Recording Artist Aaron White.

Royce Manuel (Akmierl Au-Authm), 2013 recipient of the Spirit of the Heard Award, he is credited with reviving the practice of weaving the kia-ha, or Pima burden basket. Photo by R. Farthing


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Event Details

Saturday, January 11
10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Cost: Free

Location:
Central Courtyard

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