Juried, curated, developed, designed, fabricated, and installed by CSUSB students, “Lost and Found” is an exhibition to promote the value of study abroad and study away experiences for undergraduate students.
A conversation between exhibit curator/artist Ise Lyfe and community leader Vonya Quarles will highlight the program, which is free and open to the public.
Huhn, director of the CSUSB Anthropology Museum, will particiapte in the National Museum of Natural History’s annual Summer Institute for Museum Anthropology.
The opening reception begins at 6 p.m. in the museum, located on the third floor of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences building.
The exhibit, which explores the making and meaning of gendered “domestic crafts” in the Southwestern United States and Mexico, is on display all summer.
The $20,000 grant comes from the Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute at Cal State Dominguez Hills.
“In|Dignity,” which will open in January 2018, received $15,000 from the California Humanities, a nonprofit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
An opening reception is set for 4:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at the museum. In|Dignity will run through Dec. 11.
“In|Dignity,” an exhibit aimed at exploring and dismantling intolerance through the experiences of Inland Empire residents, officially opened at Cal State San Bernardino’s Anthropology Museum on Jan. 18 and will remain on display through Dec. 11.