Native American Musical Heritage at MIM – Reopening Next week

Musical Instrument Museum

Native American Musical Heritage
Arizona Instrument Makers

Arizona is home to centuries-old musical traditions as well as innovative craftspeople willing to experiment with instruments beyond conventional categories. Arizona instrument makers Anthony Belvado, member of the San Carlos Apache Nation, and Alex Maldonado, tribal member of the Pascua Yaqui Nation, demonstrate how they preserve and build upon their Native American musical heritage.

MIM Is Reopening on Monday, June 22
Safety measures ensure everyone has fun at MIM

We look forward to providing a fun and safe experience as we welcome guests back to MIM’s galleries next week. See more details about our safety precautions and plan your visit on MIM.org.

Changes We’ve Made Include:

  • Increased cleaning and sanitization protocols
  • Clearly marked social distancing signage
  • Hand-sanitizing stations throughout the museum
  • Team members wearing masks

How You Can Help:

  • Purchase admission tickets on MIM.org ahead of your visit
  • Wear a mask (complimentary masks are available at Guest Service)
  • Please stay home when you are feeling sick

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