“A Different Look at Syria”
Drawing upon the Dee
Birnbaum Collection, this exhibit offers a glimpse into the
richness and diversity of material culture and deep history
of an ancient nation. The exhibit will
close January 21, 2018.
explores the making and use of memory art in the lives of
older adults in the U.S.
“Memories Shared: Photographs of Historic Bloomington”
Bloomington has changed significantly in the past 100 years, but many places remain in some shape or form. This photo essay will explore a few of these places through historic photos. (Closes 7/29/2018)
“Heads and Tales”
Opening January 26, this exhibit, produced in conjunction with the Elizabeth Sage Costume Collection, will investigate all things worn, styled, and associated with the human head. The exhibit will be on display through December 16, 2018.
Tell--Making Craft at the John C. Campbell Folk
School" looks at contemporary craft through the
lens of the John C. Campbell Folk School, located in
Brasstown, North Carolina. (Closes 7/27/2018)
"A Snapshot of
Pakistan, 1965: The Madge Minton Collection" examines
the common needs all people share. (Closes 12/16/2018)
and Theories...What Is Culture?"
explores the nature of culture. (Ongoing)