Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology

Satellite Cases

Small-scale Exhibits around the Brown University Campus.

Along with exhibitions in the Manning Hall Gallery, the Haffenreffer Museum also hosts student-curated satellite exhibits on the Brown University campus. These are usually rotated twice a year, and include just one case in each location. If you are a Brown University department that would like to host a satellite exhibit, please email [email protected].

Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center

Arts of India

Photo of satellite case in the Campus Center with the Indian Art class-exhibit on display.Professor Holly Shaffer teaches HIAA 0023: Arts of India, in the Department of History of Art & Architecture at Brown University. This course introduces students to the arts of India, circa 1600 to the present, with emphasis on the creation and circulation of art. In the Spring of 2019, the class curated a mini-exhibition of Indian Art using objects from the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology collections, including those currently on display. 

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Rockefeller Library

Urn depicting germinating seeds

Photo of tall glass case in the Rockefeller Library displaying a large painted urn.Urn depicting germinating seeds
Mixtec people, Mexico
Made 1200-1500 CE
Clay and red pigments
Anonymous Gift, HMA # 2007-15-1

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