Mathers Museum NewsMathers attendees talk coffee. Read more »
Campus altars celebrate Day of the Dead. Read more »
4th annual powwow at IU blends tradition, modern life. Read more »
IU Traditional Powwow is lead event for Native American Heritage Month. Read more »
Mathers Museum hosts monster-themed family event. Read more »
"In Their Own Words: Native Americans in World War I" featured in IU Bloomington World War I Commemorations video.
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Call for Applications for Museums at the Crossroads.
MMWC participating in IU's World War I commemoration. Read more »
Exploring the journey of coffee. Read more »
Themester 2014 speakers and events invite you to 'Eat, Drink, Think.' Read more »
Women's wall painting at Mathers. Read more »
Mathers panel to discuss prospects in humanities. Read more »
Mathers Museum opens renovated space. Read more »
"A Change of Space" for Mathers. Read more »
A Call For Graduate Student Participation--Chinese Vernacular Culture in the Global Midwest, September 5-6, 2014.
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New exhibition space at Mathers to open on Aug. 19. Read more »
MMWC to host "Museums at the Crossroads." Read more »
Mathers Museum makeover creates flexible exhibition space, hands-on learning area. Read more »
MMWC launches new digital exhibitions website. Read more »
Due to exhibition hall renovations this summer,the MMWC is operating on a reduced calendar of activities. The MMWC exhibition hall will be closed Friday, July 4 through Monday, August 18.
The July Events and Exhibition Calendar is available online.
MMWC Director Jason Baird Jackson comments on NPR's "A Native American Take On Tornadoes." Read more »
Mathers Museum exhibit "Assessing Authenticity" exploring identification and authentication in museums. Read more »
The May/June Events and Exhibition Calendar is available online.
Musicians to honor Southern Indiana artist Lotus Dickey at Mathers Museum. Read more »
Mathers hosts exhibit of items collected by Ostroms. Read more »
MMWC Faculty Research Curator Stacie King receives grant to build a digital exhibition,organize workshops. Read more »
MMWC Faculty Research Curator Beth Buggehagen awarded Institute for Advanced Study Individual Research Award.
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MMWC joins IU partners in Summer Festival of the Arts. Read more »
The May Events and Exhibition Calendar is available online.
MMWC selected as Themester 2014 partner. Read more »
Ojibwe art collected by Ostroms on display now at Mathers Museum. Read more »
The latest Brilliant Minds video from IU's Office of the Vice Provost for Research highlights the Mathers Museum. Read more »
MMWC Director Jason Jackson comments on "Recordings housed at IU's Archives of Traditional Music added to National Recording Registry." Read more »
Alumna speaks on black market trade at home and abroad. Read more »
MMWC and Director Jason Baird Jackson featured in "Brilliant Minds" OVPR video series. Read more »
MMWC awarded Indiana Humanities grant ("Indiana nonprofits receive more than $26,000 in grants"). Read more »
April Events and Exhibition Calendar is available online.
IU College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Alumni talks focus on art, both modern and ancient. Read more »
March Events and Exhibition Calendar is available online.
Annual Lotus Blossoms events begin Thursday, 2/20. Read more »
Photo exhibit curated by IU historian now in South Africa. Read more »
MMWC Policy Chair Eric Sandweiss and Director Jason Jackson discuss "Curating Culture: Museums and Meaning" on WFHB's Interchange. Hear more »
February Events and Exhibition Calendar is available online.
Mathers exhibit displays Ojibwe art. Read more »
Jason Jackson discusses MMWC with Joe Smith during IU-MSU halftime show. Hear more »
The museum's Spring 2014 newsletter is now available for reading online or downloading.
MMWC Director Jason Baird Jackson discusses Yuchi Folklore with Jon Kay on "Artisan Ancestors" podcast.
Mathers Mathers to collaborate with Chinese museums. Read more »
Preserving and Exploring World Cultures. Read more »
Panel discusses future of anthropology museums. Read more »
IU's Mathers Museum one of three U.S. institutions to collaborate with Chinese museums. Read more »
Pottery exhibit at Mathers features life-size replica of wood-fired kiln. Read more »
Museum to offer Native American course. Read more »
Photo symposium showcases South African apartheid. Read more »
The museum's Fall 2013 newsletter is now available for reading online or downloading.
Museum brings world to Bloomington with various treasures. Read more » at the Herald-Times subscription site or download here.
Lecture explains powwow cultural meaning, history. Read more »
Altar offers tribute to dead. Read more »
MMWC Director is expert on little-known Native American tribe. Read more »
IU Traditional Powwow continues to grow as lead event for Native American Heritage Month. Read more »
Exhibit displays apartheid photos. Read more »
Exhibit at Mathers draws president of Poland's Institute of National Remembrance to campus. Read more »
MMWC/IU doctoral student partner on traveling exhibit to Ghana. Read more »
IU professor curates apartheid-era photo exhibition for display in Bloomington and South Africa. Read more »
The inaugural issue of MMWC,the museum's newsletter, is available to read online here or downloaded here.
Mathers exhibit highlights Native Americans' military contributions. Read more »
Mathers Museum outreach program featured in "MCCSC EdVenture Camp" article. Read more »
Mathers Museum to host limestone exhibit created by Traditional Arts Indiana. Read more »
IU's Mathers Museum of World Cultures a "Blue Star Museum." Read more »
Lotus Education and Arts Foundation profiles Mathers Museum partnership. Read more »
IU's "113 Days of Art" highlights Mathers Museum, IU venues. Read more »
IU students practice hands-on curatorship at the Mathers Museum, cataloging the Ostrom collection. Read more »
Mathers Museum celebrates 50th anniversary with "Treasures" exhibition, programs. Read more »
Mathers faculty curator reinvigorates museum research with Senegalese "wish books." Read more »
IU's Mathers Museum of World Cultures names folklore professor as new director. Read more »