Reflect on your first full day at the 2017 National Meeting, talk about speakers, field trips and where you’re headed for dinner.
LOCATION: Heard Museum (2301 N Central Ave)
The Heard Museum (2301 N Central Ave) was founded in 1929 and showcases collections of different culture and art from Native peoples throughout the Americas. There are a wide variety of collections, including Hopi katsina dolls, Navajo textiles and prehistory, Southwestern ceramics. Currently, the Museum is featuring the Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibit until August 20th. You can view additional art collections right from your desk! Preview the online collections from fine art, jewelry and fashion to pottery and textiles!
David Roche, Director, Heard Museum
7 p.m. The Future of the Suburban City // Heard Museum
Moderated open discussion with Grady Gammage, Author, “The Future of the Suburban City” during reception!