Heard Museum presents Faces of the People at the Herberger Theater

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Open Date:

Tue, Jun 19, 2012

Close Date:

Tue, Jun 19, 2012

 
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The Heard Museum presents Faces of the People A special presentation by the Herberger Theater Center’s Arts Education and Outreach Department. Join us for a FREE 45 minute presentation on Faces of the People. This lecture and video presentation will focus on how Indian artists present themselves in paint, stone, beads and ceramics as a way to record their history, religion, customs; phases of American Indian art from untrained to graduate level; Pueblo, Navajo, Apache, Sonoran Desert, Northwest Coast/Arctic and post-modern. Presented by Jan Patton of the Heard Museum The Heard Museum, founded in 1929, was one of the Phoenix area’s first cultural attractions. The museum has grown to be one of the world’s finest destinations for learning about American Indian arts and cultures. Tuesday, June 19 1:00 – 1:45pm in The KAX Stage FREE of Charge For more information, visit www.HerbergerTheater.org or call 602-254-7399 x104 This program directly follows Lunch Time Theater’s Unconditional performance at 12:10pm, tickets are $6.00, to purchase call 602-252-8497. 2011-12 Arts Education and Outreach Initiatives Season Sponsor Billie Jo and Judd Herberger

Location:

222 East Monroe

Phoenix, AZ

85004
Additional Features:
Entertainment Free
Hours:
1pm - 1:45pm
Admission:
Free
Phone Number:
(602) 254-7399
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