American Indian Art & History
Festivals and programs provide a great opportunity to meet artists and learn about their artistic inspirations. From small group lectures and intimate marketplaces to the acclaimed Guild Indian Fair & Market, which draws more than 600 artists and more than 15,000 visitors, there’s something for everyone!
Special Event tickets can be purchased by phone at 602.251.0213 or online.
Tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable.
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Sponsored by the Heard Museum and Arizona State University’s Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Issues of cultural identity and representation continue to be critical in the conversation about who Indigenous peoples are today; yet, American Indian identity is often trivialized through the portrayal of Natives as caricatures, or marginalized through demeaning sports team names. In a day and age when sports and other stereotypes of other racial or ethnic groups are not tolerated in schools, universities, and in amateur and professional sports, why is there broad acceptance and tolerance of American Indian stereotypes in modern society and in the sports world? This panel explores this sensitive issue. Click here for information on the speaker and panelists.