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MOA to Move in Summer 2020

Palmer Hall

Demolition is just getting started in Palmer Hall.

The Museum of Anthropology is very excited to announce that it will be moving to a new location on campus in the summer of 2020.  The Museum ...

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Mezzanine to be added at MOA Storage Facility

MOA StorageSince the Museum of Anthropology’s inception in 1963, we have acquired nearly 30,000 artifacts from all around the world through the generosity of community donors.   When our objects are not ...

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MOA Collaborates with Libraries for On the Same Page 2019

Speak No EvilThe Museum of Anthropology is proud to be collaborating with the Forsyth County Library system for their On the Same Page community read initiative, which asks everyone to come together around ...

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Historic Bethabara Archaeology on View

This summer, the Museum of Anthropology will present a new WFU student-curated mini exhibit entitled A House Divided: Tri-Racial Tensions at Historic Bethabara.  Founded by Moravian immigrants ...

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MOA Participating in Blue Star Museums

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The Museum of Anthropology joins museums nationwide in participating in the tenth summer of Blue Star Museums, a program which provides free admission to our nation’s active-duty military ...

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New Exhibits Feature WFU Student Work

This semester the Museum will display two new student-curated exhibits: Horses and the Human Experience and Children’s Holidays in Japan.  The Museum is excited to continue to be able to ...

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MOA Celebrates the Silk Roads

Changsha stoneware

This Changsha stoneware ewer will be among the pieces on displates,

Much more than silk was traded along the Silk Roads.  All kinds of luxuries and staple goods passed along the shifting network ...

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The Stanley P. Bohrer Collection

The Museum of Anthropology is honored to be the repository for the collection of Dr. Stanley P. Bohrer, professor emeritus of radiology at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine.  Dr. ...

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MOA Explores World Religions

Several semesters of work culminated in August with the opening of Faith: Five World Religions.  This exhibition, which had long been contemplated by the MOA staff, came to fruition as the ...

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Registration for Summer Programs Now Open

This summer, the Museum will present four Cultures Up Close workshops designed for ages 10 to 16.  The workshops will take place from 1:00pm to 5:00pm on Monday afternoons:

June 25 – Puppet Play

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