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D e s e r t B o ta n i c a l G a r D e n Nestled among the landmark red rocks of Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden allows you to experience the beauty that is the Sonoran Desert. The Desert Botanical Garden brings to life the many wonders of the desert. Discover saguaros, prickly pears, agaves and desert wildflowers along the trails. Enjoy tours, workshops, concerts, seasonal exhibits, festivals and unique Garden gifts. For membership information please call 480 941.3517 or visit dbg.org/support Join the conversation Get the latest info for the Garden at

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LETTER FROM THE DiREcTOR AND cEO Welcome to the Heard Museum! For more than 80 years, the Heard Museum has attracted visitors from around the globe who come to learn about the arts and cultures of the Native peoples of the Americas. We hope you enjoy this oasis of Spanish Colonial architecture with courtyards, water features and sculpture gardens. The Heard Museum, which has more than 130,000 square feet of galleries, classrooms and performance space, is known worldwide for its exhibits and programs celebrating Native artists, and for its Shop, which provides the opportunity to purchase museumquality, authentic American Indian artworks. The Heard Museum actively collects and exhibits American Indian art, from centuries-old drawings and pottery to contemporary paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, textiles and photography. The Heard is nationally and internationally recognized for the quality of its exhibits, which provide insight into the cultures and histories of Native people, and for the sensitivity of its presentation and interpretation of American Indian art. Our changing exhibit schedule and slate of annual festivals mean there is always something interesting to see and do at the Heard. Plan to have lunch in our Courtyard Café, which has received rave reviews; visit our Museum Shop and our Bookstore; or ask us about private use of our facility for business events or family gatherings. Our staff hopes you enjoy your visit. Whether you are a visitor or a resident of Phoenix, we hope you will consider joining the museum. Members receive free admission year round; a 10% discount in our Shops, Cafés and on online sales; a subscription to our magazine; and invitations to special events. And most important, you will be helping to support this very special museum. Sincerely,

ON THE COVER: Thomas “Breeze” Marcus (Tohono O’odham) and Lalo Cota (Mexican), “Phoenix Rising,” mural, 2012.

Lee Peterson Interim Director and CEO Heard Museum

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James Pepper Henry has been named as the Heard Museum’s director and CEO. Henry comes to the Heard after a successful six-year tenure at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, Alaska’s premier art, history and science institution. There, he oversaw the completion of the museum’s $110 million, 80,000-square-foot expansion, including the debut of the new Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center exhibition hall and the new Imaginarium Discovery Center. “We are very pleased to announce that Jim Pepper Henry will become the new director of the Heard Museum,” said Heard Museum Board of Trustees Chair Mark Bonsall. “An extensive national search was conducted to find the person who will lead us into the future.” “I am honored to have been selected as the next director and CEO of the Heard Museum, one of the premier institutions of American Indian art and culture and an American treasure,” said Pepper Henry. “I look forward to working with the board, staff and community to present exciting exhibitions and programs, expand its audiences and steward the Heard into a new era.” Pepper Henry formerly served as an associate director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) where, for nearly 10 years, he managed a wide variety of American Indian community-oriented programs, services, and traveling exhibitions. Pepper Henry played a pivotal role in the establishment and launch of NMAI, located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., that opened to the public in 2004. Pepper Henry is a member of the Kaw Nation of Oklahoma and Muscogee Creek Nation. He is co-founder and president of the Kanza Ilóshka Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to the perpetuation of the cultural life-ways and traditions of the Kaw people. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon and a recipient of the University’s prestigious Council for Minority Education Leadership Award. He is also a graduate of the Museum Leadership Institute at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. Pepper Henry will assume his duties on August 5. Hear about our new director’s ideas and plans for the Heard at the Heard Museum Guild’s monthly meeting on Wednesday, sept. 18 at 10:30 a.m. in the Steele Auditorium.

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“GEORGiA O’KEEFFE iN NEw MEXicO: ARcHiTEcTuRE, KATsiNAM AND THE LAND” MAKEs sTOP iN NATiONwiDE TOuR AT THE HEARD Opening sept. 28, 2013; Through Jan. 12, 2014

This exhibit, organized by the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe., N.M., with appropriate Hopi katsina dolls curated by the Heard, focuses on O’Keeffe’s (1887-1986) experiences as she made New Mexico her part-time, later full-time, home, which inspired her as she expanded her visual vocabulary and broadened the concept of American Modernism. The Heard will be incorporating appropriate katsina dolls (katsina tithu) into the exhibit with interpretation from one of the exhibit advisors, Alph Secakuku (Hopi), who is the author of the Heard’s Following the Sun and Moon publication, said Dr. Ann Marshall, the Heard’s vice president for curation and education. “This is an opportunity for the Heard’s visitors to see O’Keeffe’s approach to subject matter taken up by Hopi artists past and present,” Marshall said.

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O’Keeffe began spending part of the year living and working in New Mexico in 1929, a pattern she rarely altered until 1949. She then made Northern New Mexico her permanent home three years after the death of her husband, celebrated photographer Alfred Stieglitz, who was America’s first advocate of modern art. O’Keeffe was inspired to paint and draw New Mexico’s distinctive churches, crosses, folk art, representations of katsinam (carved and painted representations of Hopi and Pueblo spirit beings, also called kachinas), as well as the astonishingly beautiful, painted desert that surrounded her Ghost Ranch house. The exhibit opens to the public saturday, sept. 28. Above image: Georgia O’Keeffe, “Kokopelli with Snow,” 1942, Oil on Board. Gift of the Burnett Foundation and the Georgia O’Keeffe Foundation.

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cuRRENT EXHiBiTs Georgia O’Keeffe: Architecture, Katsinam and the Land – Opening Sept. 28, 2013; on display through Jan. 12, 2014 This exhibit focuses on O’Keeffe’s (1887-1986) experiences as she made New Mexico her part-time, later full-time, home, which inspired her as she expanded her visual vocabulary and broadened the concept of American Modernism. Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles – Through Sept. 2, 2013 An exhibit of Navajo weavings that tell the stories of their weavers and their culture. Elegance From Earth: Hopi Pottery – Through March 4, 2014 Presented by Peabody Energy; generously supported by Pilcher Insurance and Mr. and Mrs. John Melamed. Retha Walden Gambaro: Attitudes of Prayer – Through Feb. 5, 2014 Chocolate, Chili & Cochineal: Changing Taste Around the World – Through Nov. 30, 2014 Edibles from the Americas are delectably displayed from a historical and educational context. HOME: Native People in the southwest Learn about the Native peoples of the Southwest and hear them tell their stories in their own words in the Heard Museum’s signature exhibit. In addition to cultural objects, the exhibit showcases the traditions of Native peoples of the past and present and examines their definition of home. Don’t miss the Navajo hogan, the Pueblo horno or the 400 katsina dolls on display! Every Picture Tells a story Learn about how the vegetation and local wildlife of seven different geographical regions influence and inspire Native artists in this hands-on and family-friendly exhibit. Find the animals and plants in the artwork, then try your hand at making a Northwest Coast button bag, bow guard or Inuit felt design.

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We Are! Arizona’s First People Discover each of Arizona’s 21 federally recognized tribal communities. Hear Arizona’s Native peoples explain their histories, cultures and discuss their futures in their own voices. This exhibit is a celebration of our Native people’s triumph over adversity and their return to vibrant, growing communities. Remembering Our Indian school Days: The Boarding school Experience This powerful exhibit immerses visitors into the story of American Indian children who were forced by the federal government to attend residential boarding schools hundreds of miles away from home. This exhibit examines the system of off-reservation Indian boarding schools, which separated children from their families and stripped them of their cultural identity and language. Around the World: The Heard Museum Collection Explore the cultural traditions of Native peoples from around the world in this exhibit of artwork from North and South America, Africa and Oceania. Much of the work on display is from the original collection of Dwight and Maie Heard. Also featured are important works from donors such as Byron Harvey III that have had a significant role in shaping the museum’s collection. N. scott Momaday: Art and Poetry This exhibit pairs together paintings, monoprints and writings by N. Scott Momaday (Kiowa), a Pulitzer Prizewinning author and playright. The result is a powerful exhibit that blends his varied works of art together. American Indian veterans National Memorial Service and sacrifice spanning more than three centuries are honored in the first and only known national memorial to American Indian veterans of many conflicts. The memorial, located outside the Berlin Gallery, contains panels describing the devotion of American Indian soldiers to their country and includes several heroic sculptures. Left: Allan Houser (Chiricahua Apache, 1914-1994), “Unconquered II,” 1994, @Chiinde LLC, private collection of Tia.

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Match the numbers to the galleries on the following page ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ sAMuEL AND BETTy KiTcHELL GALLERy Meet here for guided tours. HOME: NATivE PEOPLE iN THE sOuTHwEsT (ongoing) NicHOLs scuLPTuRE GARDEN Retha Walden Gambaro: Attitudes of Prayer (Through Feb. 5, 2014) EDwARD JAcOBsON GALLERy (LOwER AND uPPER GALLERiEs) Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles (Through Sept. 2, 2013) JAcK sTEELE PARKER GALLERy (uPPER LEvEL sOuTH) (ongoing) Around the World: The Heard Museum Collection EAsT GALLERy (uPPER LEvEL sOuTH) (ongoing) Remembering Our Indian School Days: The Boarding School Experience FREEMAN GALLERy (ongoing) Every Picture Tells a Story LiNcOLN GALLERy Hot Fun in a Cool Place summer programs (Through July 28, 2013) uLLMAN LEARNiNG cENTER (ongoing) We Are! Arizona’s First People sANDRA DAy O’cONNOR GALLERy Chocolate, Chili & Cochineal (Through Nov. 30, 2014) cROssROADs GALLERy Chocolate, Chili & Cochineal (Through Nov. 30, 2014) LOvENA OHL GALLERy Elegance From Earth: Hopi Pottery (Through March 4, 2014) BERLiN MEzzANiNE (uPPER LEvEL NORTH) (ongoing) N. Scott Momaday: Art and Poetry BiLLiE JANE BAGuLEy LiBRARy AND ARcHivEs Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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MUSEUM SHOP Mon-sat, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. sun, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Featuring outstanding selections of authentic American Indian artwork, gifts and books. Shop online at HeardShops.com. COURTyARD CAFé Daily, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop in for delicious lunch offerings and desserts featuring fresh, local and indigenous ingredients and foods.

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COFFEE CANTINA Mon-sat, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. sun, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drop into the Cantina for gourmet coffee, snacks, and grab-and-go food and drinks.

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BOOKS & MORE Mon-sat, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. sun, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Browse through our large selection of books and souvenirs.

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BERLIN GALLERy Mon-sat, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. sun, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contemporary sales gallery with cutting edge-artists.

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Members of the Heard Museum set its educational mission in motion. From local families who don’t want to miss any of the museum’s exhibits, activities or events to philanthropists seeking to strengthen and invigorate a beloved and acclaimed institution, members’ presence and contributions fill the museum with life and energy. Members at all levels help the institution provide a dynamic forum for diverse American Indian stories and artistic perspectives. By both learning and adding their own voices to the institution’s ongoing dialogue, they create an environment where cultural distinctions and commonalities are equally treasured. Heard Museum members are vital partners in supporting the mission of our world-class programs and exhibits.

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JOIN TODAy by visiting the Membership Desk in the lobby or heard.org/members, or call 602.251.0261. Member Benefits Include: • Free admission • 10% discount at the Heard Museum Shops • 10% discount at The Courtyard Café • Invitations to members-only events • First notice of all upcoming events • … AND MUCH MORE! CIRCLEs OF GIvING MEMBERsHIP Circles of Giving, the Heard Museum’s premier membership society, gives its members a way to support the Heard’s educational programs at the highest level. Circles members receive the museum’s most prestigious benefits, including exclusive seating at major events like the Indian Fair and Hoop Dance Contest, unique educational offerings, collectors’ seminars, preview receptions for new exhibits and opportunities for interaction with artists and key staff members.

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suMMER HiGHLiGHTs AT THE HEARD HEARD sHOPs suMMER cLEARANcE sALE sTARTs JuLy 1

Don’t forget to stop at the Heard Museum Shops in Phoenix and North Scottsdale, where select items are being offered at special summer clearance prices. Get your favorite authentic American Indian jewelry and artwork at summertime bargains. But don’t wait: When this merchandise is gone, it’s gone!

ENJOy “HOT FuN” AT THE “cOOL” HEARD THis suMMER!

This year, the Heard Museum meets our hot Valley summers head-on with a renewed vision for beat-the-heat activities! Find even more relief from the scorching Arizona sun in the cool Heard Museum as our summer series Hot Fun in a Cool Place enters its second month with dynamic fun for all ages. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in July, see award-winning films, enjoy entertaining cultural performances, tour the museum to win special prizes, and hone your artistry while helping to create mural art. Best of all, every Sunday in July offers free admission for all, thanks to support from Target!

suMMER PAssEs – THE HEARD’s HOT-wEATHER BARGAiN cONTiNuEs

The Heard’s famous summer Passes give families maximum value as they enjoy visiting us. For $25 ($50 for a family of four) you’ll receive unlimited admission to the Heard Museum through Sept. 2! Plus, Pass holders get a 10% discount in the Museum Shops (excluding already reduced and consignment items). These privileges are NOT transferable. And come September, if you’ve enjoyed your Summer Pass, you can convert it to a full year’s membership for a low price! To purchase, visit the Heard Museum Phoenix Visitor Services Desk.

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DR. GEORGE BLuE sPRuCE, JR., sECRETARy F. WEsLEy CLELLAND, III, TREAsuRER Susan H. Navran Scott H. O’Connor Dr. Arthur L. Pelberg Wick Pilcher William G. Ridenour Mark Schiavoni Joette B. Schmidt John B. Stiteler LIFE TRusTEEs Kay Benedict James T. Bialac Herbert J. Bool Norma Jean Coulter Robert J. Duffy Mary G. Hamilton Barbara Heard Joel P. Hoxie Mary Hudak Dr. Thomas M. Hudak Richard L. Johnes

Edward F. Lowry Frederick A. Lynn Dennis H. Lyon Russ A. (Rusty) Lyon, Jr. Carol Ann Mackay Clint J. Magnussen Robert L. Matthews Miriam J. McClennen Mary Ellen McKee James Meenaghan Louise Menk Dr. Wayne Lee Mitchell Mareen Nichols Jack S. Parker Mary Dell Pritzlaff David E. Reese William C. Schubert Sheryl L. Sculley Richard H. Silverman John G. Stuart

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JuLy 23 - BOOK DiscussiON: sHERMAN ALEXiE’s Blasphemy

Enjoy this 3:30 p.m. discussion of award-winning author Sherman Alexie’s new book, Blasphemy. Amazon.com notes, “Included here are some of his most esteemed tales, including, ‘What you Pawn I Will Redeem,’ ‘This is What It Means to Say ‘Phoenix, Arizona,’ ‘The Toughest Indian In the World’ and ‘War Dances.’ Alexie’s new stories are fresh and quintessential—about donkey basketball leagues, lethal wind turbines, the reservation, marriage and all species of contemporary American warriors.”

yOuR sTORy LEDGER ART cONTEsT – ENTER ON OR BEFORE JuLy 31!

The Heard Museum North Scottsdale would like to see ledger art by you! Tell your story and show off your flair and style by submitting your own ledger art to the your story Ledger Art Contest. The contest is based on the Heard North’s current exhibit: Stories Outside the Lines: American Indian Ledger Art. First, visit the Heard North to learn more about ledger art by viewing the exhibit Stories Outside the Lines: American Indian Ledger Art. While there, pick up a ledger template on which to draw your submission. Include your name and phone number on the template, and place it in the submission box near the gallery entrance at the museum.

Submissions will be entered to win a Heard Museum Visitor Gift Package that includes: • A gift card to the Heard Museum Café (either downtown or North Scottsdale) • A gift bag containing a tote bag, t-shirt and coffee mug from the Heard Museum’s Books & More bookstore Then, check back to heard.org to see your drawing on the your Story Ledger Art page! The contest begins April 1 and ends on July 31. For more details, please contact Jaclyn Roessel at 602.251.0244 or email jroessel@heard.org.

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MusEuM iNFORMATiON HEARD MusEuM DOWNTOWN · PHOENIX 2301 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004 602.252.8840 | heard.org

Monday to Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open every day except Christmas, Easter and Independence Day.

Adults

$18.00

Seniors (65+)

$13.50

Student with valid ID

$7.50

Children ages 6-12

$7.50

Children under 6

Free

Heard Museum Members

Free

American Indians with tribal ID

Free

Guided Tours Public tours are offered daily at noon, 2 and 3 p.m., beginning at the Information Desk; free with museum admission. Gallery talks are offered on a varying schedule. Private group tours are also available; call 602.251.0213 to schedule a private tour. Outreach Programs Special programs are available to groups of children and adults, including the Guild Speaker’s Bureau. Please call 602.252.8840 for more information. Photography/video • No flash, video light or tripods are allowed in the galleries. • copyright for many works of art in the museum rests with the artists. The Heard Museum does not assume liability for violation of copyright law by a photographer (Title 17, United States Code). Photography may not be used for publication without written permission from the museum and/or artists. Distinctive Events and Celebrations at the Heard Museum The Heard Museum offers space rental for private receptions, corporate meetings, weddings and events. Visit heard.org/visit/hostanevent or call 602.251.0230 for details. sign up for Email Notices and Offers Sign up for our email newsletter and be the first to know about special offers and upcoming events!

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