Treasures of the Mathers Museum
A new exhibition highlighting the collections of Indiana University's Mathers Museum of World Cultures marks the institution's 50th anniversary.
This mask from India/Tibet is displayed as part of the musem's anniversary exhibition. It was acquired from the late Thubten Norbu, a professor of Tibetan Studies at IU and brother to His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Treasures of the Mathers Museum features a broad selection of the museum's holdings, highlighting artifacts by decades and collectors. Distinctive strengths of the collections are represented in the exhibit, including artifacts of African, Native American and Latin American cultures; historical materials from Indiana; and musical instruments from around the world.
From the Big Bang
to the World Wide Web:
The Origins of Everything
World War I
Around the World
Tales of Endurance and Change: Native American Lives a Century Ago
Thoughts, Things, and Theories...What Is Culture?
Treasures of the
Rhythms of the World Audio Tour