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Heard Museum Inc
2301 North Central Avenue
The Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary is a 289-acre outdoor preserve and nature museum. Guests encounter various ecosystems along with species of birds, insects, and animals that have found refuge within the rapidly developing Collin Cou...
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Lovetts Gallery Fine Arts Blog: Critiques & Reviews
As the first speaker had already begun, we quickly took our seats, postponing introductions until the first break. The speakers proceeded as follows: Diana Pardue of theHeard Museum in Phoenix. Her talk was titled "Contemporary Southwestern Jewelry", named after her corresponding book. Dr. Joseph Traugott of the New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe. His talk was titled "Gustave Baumann's Southwest." Dr. Suzan Campbell of the Eitlejorg Museum, Indianapolis. Her talk was titled "Spirit of Place: Landscapes of New Mexico." Dr. Jack Rushing III of the University of Texas, Dallas & University of Oklahoma, Norman. His talk was titled "Allan Houser: An American Master."
Editor: Diane Pardue 2007 ...
Editor: Diane Pardue 2007 Heard Press
The co-authors of a new book ...
The co-authors of a new book with the same name as the exhibit, Over the Edge: Fred Harvey at the Grand Canyon and in the Great Southwest:Kathy Howard, Heard research associate and Diana Pardue, Heard curator of collections.
Photograph of Diana Pardue
Diana Pardue, Curator of Collections at the Heard Museum
Diana Pardue and Nora ...
Diana Pardue and Nora Naranjo-Morse
Diana Pardue is Curator of Collections at the Heard Museum, where she has worked since 1978.
curatorial work has focused on both historic and contemporary American Indian arts particularly jewelry and pottery.
received the 2009 Curatorial Excellence Award from the Apple Valley Foundation
in California for the exhibit Mothers & Daughters: Stories in Clay.
Photograph of Diana Pardue, ...
Photograph of Diana Pardue, Curator of Collections at the Heard Museum
Diana Pardue, Curator of Collections at the Heard Museum.
Feb. 4 - Diana Pardue
, "1890-1920 Pottery of the Southwest" and Nora Naranjo-Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo), "The Language and Themes of Pottery.
Pardue is curator of collections at the Heard Museum, where she has worked since 1978.