JANUARY 8, 2014
Heard Museum’s noontime movies tell stories of Hopi People, native foods
Four films to be shown at Phoenix museum in January
WHAT: Noontime Movies
WHEN: Noon, Jan. 7, 17, 21, 24
WHERE: Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.
COST: Free with museum admission: $18 general admission, $13.50 seniors (65+), $7.50 children 6-12, FREE for children 5 and younger, American Indians and museum members.
Tuesday, Jan. 7: Hopi: Songs from the Fourth World (1958, 58 min.): A compelling study of the Hopi that captures their deep spirituality and reveals their integration of art and daily life. Encanto Room.
Friday, Jan. 17: Chocolate: Pathways to the Gods (2008, 52 min.): This film explores the 3,000-year-old history of the divine substance through ritual and obsession ranging from Mesoamerica to European royalty. Monte Vista Room.
Tuesday, Jan. 21: Mystery of Chaco Canyon (1999, 56 min.): Narrated by Robert Redford, the film unveils the astronomical brilliance of an ancient people in the Southwest. Monte Vista Room.
Friday, Jan. 24: Seasoned with Spirit: Cuisine of the Desert Southwest (2006, 27 min.): Travel with Chef Loretta Barrett Oden (Citizen Potawatomi) (right, in above photo) as she immerses herself in the lives and traditions of numerous Native American tribes as embodies in their indigenous foods. Monte Vista Room.
INFO: For more information, please call 602.252.8848 or visit heard.org.