Memorial Day through Labor Day 2013
Blue Star Museums Appreciation Initiative
Arizona State Museum is proud again to participate in the nationwide Blue Star Museums appreciation initiative, offering free admission to active duty military personnel and their families.
All Summer Long
Come Cool Off at ASM!
Go on a Museum Quest or a Discovery Hunt. See our Family Fun page for more information and lots of entertaining and educational self-guided activities for kids and adults.
July 22-26, 2013
Archaeology Summer Camp for Adults: Archaeological Repository (full, wait listing)
Enjoy indoor, summer archaeology as part of an ASM research team! Museum researchers and scholars are your teachers. An air-conditioned laboratory is your setting. All work is conducted within the museum. There is no field work included in this program. No prior experience necessary. $300 museum members, $340 non members. Campus parking included! More information here.
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Coffee with the Curators, 3:00–3:45 p.m., Free, ASM lobby
Join us for a cup of coffee and informal conversation! UA Ph.D. candidate and ASM graduate student Natalia Martinez will tell us about her ethnoarchaeological research among the Seri people of Sonora, Mexico.
Enjoy freshly baked cookies and freshly brewed coffee donated by Paradise Bakery and Cafe.
September 28–October 5, 2013
Four Corners Learning Expedition (wait listing)
Travel with museum archaeologists and explore the culture and beauty of the incomparable Four Corners region for 7 1/2 days. Highlights include the Hopi Mesas, Canyon de Chelly, Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde, culminating in a trip down the San Juan River, past spectacular rock art and cliff dwellings. More information here.
Friday, February 21, 2014
Southwest Indian Art Fair’s Juried Competition Awards Reception, 6:30–8:00 p.m.
Exclusively for ASM members, SWIAF artists, and SWIAF sponsors. Marvel at the award-winning pieces, view the entire slate of the competition’s entrants, meet the artists.
February 22 and 23, 2014
Southwest Indian Art Fair
Southern Arizona’s Premier Indian Art Show and Market!
For Questions about our Events and Programs
contact Darlene Lizarraga via email or at 520-626-8381
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Friends of the ASM Collections icon is a detail from a 2004 friendship jar entiled "Tinde," meaning "The People," by Sheldon Nuñez-Velarde (Jicarilla Apache). (ASM Catalog No. 2004-348-1A+B). Photo by Jannelle Weakly.