Tickets, Book Signing, Shopping

Come and join the fun starting with Best of Show Reception & Dinner and return over the weekend to see and purchase outstanding art and discuss it with the artists.

Early-Bird Shopping for Heard Museum Members

Heard Museum members receive early entrance into the Indian Fair & Market for an exclusive Early-Bird Shopping period from 8:30 until 9:30 a.m., Saturday, March 5, 2016.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please call 602.251.0261 or Join Here!

Ticket Availability Dates and Prices

To purchase tickets online for all the Fair events, click here.

To mail in your order, download the Fair Brochure and print and mail the order form.

A phone number to talk to someone about the Fair will be available soon.

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Book Signing

During the Indian Fair & Market, Books & More offers book signing by 17 artists. For the complete list, click here.

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Fair Merchandise

The tote and T-shirts are black with the pottery design seen here on this year’s poster.  The unisex shirts are short-sleeve and women’s shirts are long-sleeve. Please stop by and take home a lasting memory of the Fair.

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Fair Drawings

Saturday and Sunday of the Fair a series of drawings are held throughout the day. The prizes are art works donated by the Fair artists. You can purchase the drawing tickets in advance or at the Fair. You do not need to be present to win. You will be contacted to arrange pickup of the art. You can purchase drawing tickets here.
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Student Art Scholarship Note Cards

Many people stop by the note card booth annually to replenish their stock of cards for the coming year. The artwork for the note card products is selected from the over 700 art pieces submitted to the annual American Indian Student Art Show & Sale. The next Show & Sale will be April 1 to 4, 2016.

Click here to read more about this Guild program.

Click here to learn more about Student Art Note Cards.

Click here to view and purchase cards online for both retail and wholesale customers.

With your support since 1992, the sale of note cards has provided more than $300,000 in scholarships and more than $100,000 in grants to teachers to purchase art supplies for their classroom projects.

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