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Guild Annual Indian Fair & Market

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The Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market is one of the most prestigious art events in the entire Southwest. More than 600 premier Native American artists including potters, katsina doll carvers, basketweavers, jewelers, sculptors, weavers, clothing designers, photographers and painters and more display a stunning selection of unique fine art for viewing and purchase. 9:30 am - 5 pm.

Guild Annual Indian Fair & Market

Address : Heard Museum Phoenix AZ
Phone : 480.459.6379   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $15 Adults, Children up to 16 are FREE, $24 for a 2-Day Pass, $62 for a Deluxe Pass

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