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Nao tem que from Nome by Arnaldo Antunes (1993)
Visual and Material Culture Seminar Series

Museums are supposed to be more than tourist attractions; they’re meant to be a meeting place for dialogue and reflection. For MOA curator Fuyubi Nakamura, it’s an opportunity to bring...

MOA T-shirt Contest
Design is in the Air

Design is everywhere at the Museum of Anthropology, it’s in the architecture, the objects and belongings we share with the public, and the very exhibit spaces our visitors pass through...

Digitizing Oral History Recordings of Dr. Charles E. Borden

Dr. Charles (Carl) E. Borden, late Professor Emeritus of Archaeology at the University of British Columbia and widely recognized as the Father of Archaeology in British Columbia, was interviewed by...