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Kids Rock Camp
This three day course is an ideal program for beginners and intermediates looking to develop and strengthen their climbing techniques.
Canyoneering, swimming, sliding and rappel waterfalls in the desert! A natural waterpark!
Join us for one or two days of "canyoneering," a sport where we travel through a natural waterpark, sliding, and swimming our way through crystal clear water. Book 5 or more people and come for free!
Stories Outside the Lines: American Indian Ledger Book Art
through August 31, 2013
Heard Museum North
HEARD MUSEUM NORTH SCOTTSDALE • SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA
New Exhibits Opening at Heard Museum North Scottsdale:
STORIES OUTSIDE THE LINES: AMERICAN INDIAN LEDGER BOOK ART
Opens December 15, 2012; on display through September 22, 2013
The Heard goes beyond the Southwest in our Plains art exhibit. Ledger book drawings began in the late 19th century when, as a legacy of warfare, the U.S. government was placing Native people on reservations. The tribes that were relocated were largely Plains tribes, and many of their cultures had traditions of recording events on animal hides using natural pigments. Confined to a reservation or faced with imprisonment, the Indians turned to the materials they had available to them – ledger books and pencils, provided by traders and government agents – to record events and past achievements in their lives. The tradition has continued through the years as contemporary artists create stories and scenes inspired by these artists from long ago. This collection includes drawings and a few hide paintings.
HEARD MUSEUM NORTH SCOTTSDALE • Summit at Scottsdale
32633 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Costs: $5 adults; $4 seniors (65+); $2 students with ID; children under 6 years, American Indians, and
Heard Museum members receive free admission.
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Scottsdale, AZ 85262