• Frida Kahlo: Her Photos (On display through Monday, Feb. 8, 2016; see below)
  • The Houser/Haozous Family: Celebrating a Century (on display through Sunday, April 3, 2016)
  • Gifted! Recent Additions to the Heard Collection (On display through Sunday, May 22, 2016)
  • We Are! Arizona’s First People (On display through Sunday, May 22, 2016)
  • Las Favoritas De Frida: Selections from the Heard Collection (On display through Sunday, Sept. 28, 2016)
  • American Indian Veterans National Memorial (ongoing)
  • HOME: Native People in the Southwest (ongoing)
  • Around the World: The Heard Museum Collection (ongoing)
  • History & Collections of the Heard Museum (ongoing)
  • Every Picture Tells a Story (ongoing)
  • Remembering Our Indian School Days: The Boarding School Experience (ongoing)

Opens Saturday, Feb. 6; on display through Sunday, April 17, 2016

The exhibition will showcase work created during the exhibit from eight pairs of American Indian artists from the greater Southwest. Each pair consists of one established “mentor” artist (age 39 or younger) and one emerging artist, ages 16 to 20. The pairs of artists will collaborate on a co-created work or series of works. Media include textile or fiber arts, film, metalsmith, ceramic, painting and fashion design. These works will be created and completed at the museum over a three-month period. The format for the exhibit will involve both process time done in the artists’ studios and at the museum and will end with an exhibition of the collaborative pieces. The full exhibition will also include individual works created by each artist. In the Lincoln Gallery.

Opens Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016; on display through Friday, Sept. 30, 2016

Personal Journeys explores the unique relationship American Indians have with land and how that has been expressed in art. Land and landscapes continue to impact the works of many Native artists. The exhibit will also explore the connection to and loss of land—a universal theme for Native peoples. Personal Journeys features works by several artists including  George Morrison, Joan Hill and Allan Houser. In the Jacobson Gallery.

Monday, Feb. 8

The Heard Museum presents a selection of more than 240 images from the 6,500 which are part of the Blue House archive. The photographs, along with Frida Kahlo’s personal items, were locked in a room of the Blue House, the residence where she spent most of her life, and revealed to the public in 2007. The images in this traveling exhibition served as memories for Frida, as work tools or as a means to exorcise solitude. The exhibition Frida Kahlo-Her Photos, curated by the well-known Mexican photographer and photography historian Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, shows the importance of this medium in Frida’s life. In the Jacobson Gallery. Contributing Sponsors:  Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, SRP and Wells Fargo. Patron Sponsors: Arlene and Giora Ben-Horin with additional support from Bob and Mary Ellen McKee, the Arizona Commission on the Arts and the city of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture.

All programs included with museum admission unless otherwise noted.

Thursdays, Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18; 9:30 a.m. to noon

A series of talks and demonstrations is being offered in anticipation of the 58th annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market by Fair organizers. The theme of the series is the same as the theme of the Fair, “Celebrating the Art of Pottery.” In the Monte Vista Room. A $20 fee is charged for the Feb. 4 and 11 sessions with a $10 fee for an optional afternoon workshop on Feb. 4; the Feb. 18 session is $10. In the Monte Vista Room. More information is at heardguild.org/prepare-for-the-fair.

Saturday & Sunday, Feb. 13-14, 2016; 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Experience the fast-paced precision and grace of hoop dancing at the Heard Museum World Championship Hoop Dance Contest. This event brings more than 70 top Native hoop dancers from the United States and Canada to the Heard to compete for cash prizes and the World Champion title. Visitors can enjoy dance performances as well as delicious frybread and other American Indian foods. $18 adults; $13.50 seniors (65+); $12 American Indians and Heard Museum members, $7.50 children age 4-12, children 3 and younger FREE (includes museum admission). More information is available at heard.org/hoop.

Wednesday, Feb. 17; 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

U.S. District Court Judge Diane Humetewa (Hopi), the first female American Indian federal judge. She has served as special adviser for Indian affairs to Arizona State University President Michael Crow and was U.S. attorney for Arizona. As an attorney she specialized in natural resources and federal Indian law. Anyone interested in Guild membership is invited. In the Steele Auditorium. More information is at heardguild.org.