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Dominic Benhura is an acclaimed Zimbabwean artist credited for his contributions in transforming Shona stone sculpture into a world-class modern art. The sculptures shown here attest to his ability to portray human feeling through form and movement rather than facial expression....

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]For over a thousand years the Chewa people of Malawi have reaffirmed their collective voice and identity through the masked spirit dances of Gule Wamkulu (The Great Dance). Yet, like the Chewa themselves, the community rituals of the Gule Wamkulu have continually re-adapted to...

Teddy Balangu, an artist from Papua New Guinea, is in residence at MOA for four months. ...

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]For almost six decades the Museum of Anthropology has been building its collections representing diverse peoples from around the world. Through purchases, commissions, and generous donations and bequests, the Museum is able to add selectively to its collections each year. This winter, the Museum...