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UBC's Museum of Anthropology (MOA) houses over 40,000 ethnographic objects from almost every part of the world, including the South Pacific, Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.
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Museum Shop

The Museum of Anthropology is renowned for its outstanding collections, innovative exhibitions, research, teaching, and educational programming. In addition to Northwest Coast First Nations collections, the Multiversity Galleries offer a glimpse into human creativity on a global scale. The spirit of these collections is reflected in the MOA Shop. The MOA Shop offers a diverse and engaging collection of handcrafted objects created by local and international artisans. Shop selections are guided by current exhibitions, and strengthened through relationships developed by MOA staff and artists across the globe. We are pleased to assist you with conference, corporate, or wedding gifts. MOA Shop purchases can be shipped almost anywhere.

Proceeds from the MOA Shop fund museum acquisitions, publications, and public programs.

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