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    Heard MuseumHeard Museum Phoenix, Arizona
    The Heard Museum began in 1929, when Maie Bartlett and Dwight B. Heard needed a place to house their excellent collection of artworks, along with an outstanding archaeological collection that had been discovered in the La Cuidad Indian ruins that the couple had bought in 1925 in Phoenix, Arizona. There are two branches that are affiliated with the Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art, and those are in Scottsdale and Surprise. The Heard isn't a historical museum, but rather a living museum that showcases contemporary art from the Native cultures and relics. The small museum would grow into an internationally recognized art museum with outstanding collections, festivals and educational programs. The collection houses an excellent collection of more than 40,000 pieces, that includes a library and archives that has more than 34,000 volumes and sits on 130,000 square feet of performance spaces, classrooms and gallery. A few of the marvelous exhibits include; the Barry Goldwater collection of 437 historic Hopi kachina dolls, Native Peoples in the Southwest, the Mareen Allen Nichols collection with 260 pieces of contemporary jewelry and an exhibit about the 19th century boarding school experiences of Native Americans that would endure forcible removal from their reservations to government schools that were created to "erase" their cultures and "civilize" them, filled with oral interviews, haunting photos, old uniforms and memorabilia. The museum welcomes around a quarter of a million visitors each year.

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    Arizona Science CenterArizona Science Center Phoenix, Arizona
    The center was created to specifically inspire, entertain and educate people about science, situated in the Heritage and Science Park in the heart of downtown Phoenix, Arizona with more than 350 permanent hands-on exhibits, welcoming some 400,000 visitors each year. Besides the permanent exhibits, the museum showcases several national traveling exhibitions each year, with daily demonstrations given throughout the center, as well as shows given in the Dorrance Planetarium and brand new five story huge screen IMAX theater. The nonprofit offers many exciting and interesting activities like summer science camp, Stroller Science pre-school programs, special educational programs and science program for folks of all ages, the Science On Wheels outreach program and thematic events. The center would open in 1984 as the Arizona Museum of Science & Technology. Permanent exhibits include Forces of Nature, Many Hands Make a Home, How We Live with the Sun, All About You, the World Around You, Networks and the Fab Lab. Other programs offered include; teacher professional development, daily demonstrations, Science on Wheels, family programs, field trips, lecture presentations, Stroller Science, Adults Night Out, spring break camp, science camps, BMI@BNI summer camp and the science summer camp. There are some very interesting temporary exhibits that are sure to bring in more folks, like the Body Works & the Brain, the Wonder Center, the Junior Forecaster Experience and more.

March 29, 2014