Festivals and programs provide a great opportunity to meet artists and learn about their artistic inspirations. From small group lectures and intimate marketplaces to the acclaimed Guild Indian Fair & Market, which draws more than 640 artists and nearly 10,000 visitors, thereâ€™s something for everyone!
As we celebrate the third year of recognizing Indigenous Peoplesâ€™ Day in the City of Phoenix, we are honored to bring you a day of programming that will provide voices and perspectives dedicated to the preservation of indigenous food sovereignty, cultural arts and well communities across the Americas. All ... Details →
Join us for our monthly Scene and Heard Film Series for a special Indigenous Peoples Day Showing of Warrior Women. About the Film Warrior Women is the story of mothers and daughters fighting for indigenous rights in the American Indian Movement of the 1970s. The film unveils not only ... Details →
Join us for our monthly Scene and Heard Film Series the film for November is, Ishi, the Last Yahi. After the film there will be a discussion with Dr. Mona Scott, a professor at Mesa Community College, on the reliability of the film to the continued treatment by modern ... Details →
Join us for our monthly Scene and Heard Film Series this month we will be screening, Fractured Land. There will be a discussion after the film with Dr. Manny Pino, an Environmental Activist, Professor of Sociology and Director of American Indian Studies at Scottsdale Community College. About the Film ... Details →
Join us for our monthly Scene and Heard Film Series this month we will be screening, Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian. There will be a discussion after the film about Charles Eastman with ASU American Indian Studies Associate Professor Dr. David Martinez (Gila River Pima), author of Dakota ... Details →