Steve Yazzie and son created this coyote with LEGO®
Steve Yazzie and son created this coyote with LEGO®

For the 2 remaining Sundays in July, you can take the kids to the Heard Museum for a family-friendly exhibit of Native culture, history and art.  You and the kids can:

  • watch performances of American Indian dancers,
  • view live demonstrations by artists featuring Hopi pottery and Pee-Posh beadwork,
  • engage the little ones in a hands on creation of a BUILD! tote bag or keepsake postcard.

Featured Yellow Horse Dance Group with artist, Lucille Maho, and Yellow Bird Indian Dancers with artist, Yolanda Hart-Stevens, are slated for July 20 and July 27, respectively.  Dancers perform at 12:30 and 2:00 p.m. while artisans work their craft from 11:30 to 3:30 p.m.

The typical $23 adult, $5 – $12.50 child admission is waived but should the visitor elect to explore the BUILD! LEGO® toy brick art exhibit a nominal charge of $5 is requested.

The BUILD! Lego art exhibit will be at the Heard Museum through September 28.  This family-friendly exhibit offers hands-on fun for young and “old” kids alike.

View the work of American Indian and non-American Indian LEGO brick artists.

Heard Museum has been designated as a Phoenix Point of Pride and is located at 2301 N. Central Ave, Phoenix.

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