For authentic Native American artwork, don’t miss one of the largest American Indian art markets in the world. Marvel at over 600 of the Nation’s most preeminent American Indian artists outdoors at the Heard Museum in Phoenix on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday March 3, 2024.
The 66th Annual Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market is not only the perfect place to purchase beautiful creations from amazing artists, but also a place for Native American Tribes to shine. Fascinating cultural performances from specific tribes and individual artist demonstrations are also scheduled for everyone’s enjoyment.
Indian Fair & Market
The Indian Fair & Market provides the opportunity to meet and purchase art directly from multiple generations of artists working in all forms of the visual arts. All proceeds from ticket sales support the Heard Museum’s mission of advancing American Indian art.
Performances are scheduled for both Saturday & Sunday along with the Tribe represented. Last year groups from Apache, Dine, Ute, Zuni, Apache-Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Tribes performed.
Don’t miss ongoing weekend demonstrations exhibiting the following arts: weaving, carving, pottery making, basket weaving, jewelry making, beading, sandpainting, and more. What a treat to witness famous artists from diverse tribes originate their creations right in front of you.
Cost and Parking
The cost of the Indian Fair & Market is not included in the price of entrance to the Heard Museum. Click here for museum entrance fees. The Indian Fair & Market is located outside on the museum’s grounds.
Indian Fair & Market times: Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3, open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. both days.
Cost of entry for the 66th Annual Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market follows:
$20-Seniors (65+) and those with Heard Museum Annual Membership
$10-American Indians (w/ID), all Students, and Children (6-17)
Free for Children 5 & under
There is FREE Public Parking on-site, but it’s limited. Consider ride sharing, light rail, or bus. Those with an ADA sticker will find Handicap parking in designated neighborhood parking lots. For additional transportation information, click here.
For more details about free entry days to local museums, including one for the Heard Museum, click here.