Nanibah Chacon | Diné/Chicana, b. 1980 | What Dreams Are Made Of
By Sandra Hale Schulman After months of being closed due to the pandemic, the Heard Museum has reopened in a big way with its largest exhibition of contemporary Indigenous art in the museum’s 90-year history. "Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art From Indigenous North...
Video: AZ Family interviews Chief Curator Diana Pardue and artist Steven Yazzie about Larger Than Memory
AZ Family previews the exhibition Larger Than Memory and interviews the Heard's Chief Curator Diana Pardue and participating artist Steven Yazzie. Click here to watch the video.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Larger Than Memory, the Heard Museum has published a full-color companion catalogue showcasing work by each artist in the collection with topical essays by curators and scholars Christopher Green, Erin Joyce, David Martinez (Akimel...
On Sept. 4, The Heard Museum opens Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art from Indigenous North America, which was originally scheduled to open May 1. This original exhibition, curated by Diana Pardue and Erin Joyce, centers around works produced in the 21st century,...
The Heard Museum will open its largest exhibition of contemporary art on September 4. “Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art From Indigenous North America" will feature diverse works by more than 20 artists working in the United States and Canada during the 21st...
By Balasz Takac Although a commonplace, it is important to remember that all land within the territory of the United States and Canada belonged to Indigenous cultures for centuries (e.g. Alaskan Natives, Inuit people, Native Americas, etc.), as various communities...
By Karen Rosenberg "I know there is something larger than the memory of a dispossessed people. We have seen it," the acclaimed poet Joy Harjo writes in "Grace." That evocative bit of free verse has inspired the title of a new survey of contemporary Indigenous North...
The Heard Museum has announced a new exhibition Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art from Indigenous North America will open May 1, 2020. This original exhibition, curated by Diana Pardue and Erin Joyce, centers around works produced in the 21st century, highlighting...
The Phoenix New Times listed the Heard Museum's exhibition of contemporary American Indian art, Larger Than Memory, one of the 9 "Must-See" Spring exhibition in metro Phoenix. “Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art From Indigenous North America at the Heard Museum will...
Diné, b. 1975
Diné/Chicana, b. 1980
Cahuilla, b. 1954
Cherokee/Choctaw, b. 1972
Cherokee/Muscogee (Creek), b. 1978
Dane-zaa, b. 1970
Non-enrolled, b. 1956
Kanaka Maoli, b. 1977
CANNUPA HANSKA LUGER
Lakota/Mandan/Arikara/Hidatsa, b. 1979
TANYA LUKIN LINKLATER
Alutiiq, b. 1976
nehiyaw (Plains Cree)/English/Scottish/Dutch, b. 1988
Cree Nation, b. 1965
White Mountain Apache, b. 1973
Zagime Anishinabek, b. 1977
Diné, b. 1994
Chemehuevi, b. 1977
NEAL INUKSOIS AMBROSE-SMITH
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation, b. 1966
JAUNE QUICK-TO-SEE SMITH
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation b. 1940
Diné/Puerto Rican, b. 1965
Kaska Dena/Jewish, b. 1983
C. MAXX STEVENS
Seminole/Mvskoke, b. 1951
Seneca, b. 1967
KATHY ELKWOMAN WHITMAN
Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, b. 1952
STEVEN J. YAZZIE
Diné, b. 1970