• EXHIBIT: "Thoughts, Things, and Theories...What is Culture?"
    November 18 1:00pm
    Thoughts, Things, and Theories...What Is Culture? explores the nature of culture. The exhibit will re-open August 22, and be ongoing. more »
  • EXHIBIT: "Tools of Travel"
    November 18 1:00pm
    This exhibit features objects that people in different times and places have used to transport themselves and their belongings, exploring the technology of travel (wagon, saddle, sled, and canoe) and how it is powered (horse, camel, dog, and human). The exhibit will temporarily close May 8 through August 21; but will re-open August 22, and be more »
  • Exhibit: Shadow of an Unknown Bird
    November 18 1:00pm
    Visit "Shadow of an Unknown Bird", an exhibition featuring a large 3D printed sculpture. This collaborative project with Cummins Inc, IUCA+D and Indiana University is of the largest 3D printed works of art in the world.  The design team of Jee Yea Kim; architect and IU faculty member, Jennifer Riley; artist, T. Kelly Wilson; archi more »
  • EXHIBIT: "A Snapshot of Pakistan, 1965: The Madge Minton Collection"
    November 18 1:00pm
    On her 1965 trip to Pakistan, WASP pilot and herpetologist Madge Minton arrived with funding from the IU Museum (today the Mathers Museum of World Cultures) and a mission to collect objects used in everyday life. "A Snapshot of Pakistan, 1965: The Madge Minton Collection" uses the items she collected and the information she recorded ab more »
  • EXHIBIT: "The High Stakes of Macedonia's 'Colorful Revolution'"
    November 18 1:00pm
    Several years ago the government of the Republic of Macedonia embarked on an "urban renewal" of the capital city, Skopje. The initiative was seen by many as a highly divisive nationalist project. In 2016, these monuments and buildings came under attack by various groups of citizens. Using paint as ammunition, they defaced the edifices more »
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