Heritage Festival returns

Celebrating Indigenous cultures of the Colorado Plateau this July with music, art, dance performances and more.

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Discovery Camp second session begins

These summer day camps for ages 4 through 12 immerse children in the arts, sciences, cultures, and environment of the region. From their base in a cluster of historic buildings beside the Colton Community Garden, campers are led on explorations of museum exhibitions and collections, as well as forests, fields, rocky canyons, springs and ponds. ...

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2021 Gala: Re-emergence

Join MNA as we all re-emerge from a difficult year. This festive fundraising event is one of the preeminent social soirees of the summer and an important fundraiser for the museum. Enjoy this annual showcase of the Museum of Northern Arizona. Watch for details or inquire about sponsorship opportunities by emailing development@musnaz.org or calling 928.774.5211, ...

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The Museum of Northern Arizona has the world’s largest collection of paintings and archival material related to Gunnar Widforss, the Swedish-American watercolor artist who became known as The Painter of the National Parks in the 1920s and 30s. Now those paintings are online, along with more than 1,200 other paintings and drawings by Widforss that MNA Fine Arts Curator Alan Petersen tracked down from private and public collections around the world. The catalog is a lush visual adventure, moving as Widforss did from the homes, hills and harbors of Europe to the cliffs and canyons of the American west.

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