If you’ve not yet made it up to the Heard Museum North Scottsdale’s new location, now’s a great time to do so. The museum, which moved from its north location at the Boulders to the Summit in June of last year, has two galleries totaling 4,000 square feet—one is for permanent displays, one for rotating exhibitions—as well as a gift shop that offers an inventory just as extensive as that of its Phoenix location, complete with selected items from the Berlin Gallery which represents contemporary artists. Plus, the new locale is equipped with an Arcadia Farms Café so you can linger at leisure. The current exhibit, “Cape Dorset Art: Tradition and Innovation” features the work of Inuit peoples from Cape Dorset in Canada’s Arctic, and will be ongoing through Aug. 12. Also, don’t miss Nights at North, every Tuesday night from 5:30-7 p.m. during which the museum now offers lectures, complete with hors d’oeuvres and wine.
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