Of One Mind: An Excerpt Adapted from Substance of Stars
Guest curator Sean Mooney reflects on the meaning behind the exhibition Substance of Stars.
New Acquisitions for Substance of Stars
Discover newly acquired works by Marie Watt, Thomas ‘Breeze’ Marcus, Jacob Butler, Dwayne Manuel, Kevin Aspaas and Sally Black.
In Conversation: Jamie Jacobs
Collections Coordinator Olivia Barney discusses the exhibition Substance of Stars with one of its guest curators Jamie Jacobs.
The Importance of a Native Narrative
A Native narrative shines a light on the origin of a culture. Learn about this through the exhibition He’e Nalu: The Art and Legacy of Hawaiian Surfing.
In Conversation: Brenda Mallory
Collections Coordinator Olivia Barney talks with artist Brenda Mallory, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, about her work, themes and exhibition The North Star Changes.
Creating a Land Acknowledgement
Learn about the creation of the Heard Museum Land Acknowledgement Statement and its significance.
Southwest Silverwork, 1850-1940
By the 1800s, metal in all its various forms became integral to Native culture, but it was silver, the metal of the moon, that captured the attention of Native populations.
The Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives
Learn the fascinating history behind the library and archives at the Heard Museum.