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    Heard MuseumHeard Museum Phoenix, Arizona
    the overall mission of this outstanding living museum is to educate the public about the fantastic heritage and living cultures and art of the Native Peoples, with special emphasis on the Native people of the southwest and has been designated a Phoenix Point of Pride as it occupies three locations in Arizona that include the main branch in Phoenix, the North Scottsdale branch and the west branch in Surprise. It began in 1929, when Dwight B. and Maie Bartlett Heard needed a place to house their magnificent art collection, with the majority of their archaeological relics coming from the La Ciudad Indian ruins that the Heards had bought in 1926 in Phoenix. The fabulous museum has grown from a small town museum into an internationally recognized museum with more than 40,000 pieces that include the library and archives that house more than 34,000 volumes. It contains more than 130,000 square feet of space that includes a performance center, galleries and classrooms. A few of their excellent permanent exhibits include an excellent exhibition on the 19th century boarding school experiences of Native Americans that offers some haunting insight into the horrors that many of these children would have to endure, Home: Native Peoples in the Southwest, the Barry Goldwater collection of 437 historic Hopi kachina dolls and the Mareen Allen Nichols collection that houses 260 pieces of contemporary jewelry.

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    Phoenix Art MuseumPhoenix Art Museum Phoenix, Arizona
    the biggest destination for visual art in the southwest that comes from around the world is the Phoenix Art Museum in Phoenix, Arizona that houses 285,000 square feet of space showcasing international exhibits along with the museum's inclusive collection of over 18,000 works of Asian, European, American, fashion design, Latin American, Western American, modern and contemporary art. It has been a community center since 1959 and hosts a year-round program of live performances, educational programs, festivals and independent art films. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy the interactive areas for children, the landscaped sculpture garden, PhxArtKids, photography exhibitions via the museum's partnership with the Center for Creative Photography, shopping at the Museum Store and dining at the Arcadia Farms. This museum was made a Phoenix Point of Pride and contains nine curatorial departments that includes; the art of Philip C. Curtis, PhxArtKids, American, Thorne Miniature rooms, Asian, European, contemporary, Western American, Latin American, fashion, photography and modern works. Their paintings and sculptures include a who's who in the art world and bring visitors here from every corner of the earth.

April 4, 2011