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Taylor--Kim E. (Museum Staff)

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Title Date Summary
1 UNI Museum's fall exhibit shows
Northern Iowan 108:3, p.2
9/2/2011 "Talking Textiles" is the title of the new exhibit at the UNI Museum. The exhibit explores the meaning infuses in everyday fabric from the cut and color of the cloth and how it is worn.
2 UNI Museums' fall exhibit demonstrates how cloth can communicate
Public Relations News Release 2011:14, p.1
8/31/2011 THE UNI Museum will exhibit "Talking Textiles" which will explore the communication between humans and textiles.
3 'Around the World in 80 Games' to open at UNI Museums June 1
Public Relations News Release 2009:467, p.1
5/25/2010 The exhibit explores board games from Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, and North and South America. The pharaohs of ancient Egypt used crafted game boards made from wood and ivory, children in Somalia, today, scratch temporary game boards in the dirt.
4 UNI Lifelong University announces spring 2009 courses
Public Relations News Release 2008:309, p.1
1/16/2009 Five non-credit courses will be offered this spring: "Three Cups of Tea;" "Preserving Family Treasures;" "Energy Matters! Making the World a Better Place for Our Grandchildren;" "Religious Literacy;" and "Container Gardening."
5 Explore Africa during featured exhibit and upcoming programs at UNI Museum
Public Relations News Release 2008:129, p.1
10/9/2008 "Visions of Africa: Art and Ritual," features masks, sculptures and other artifacts from west and central Africa as part of a "unique" exhibit. The collection was donated by UNI alumnus William Blair of Iowa City. Nine cultures groups are represented.
6 New exhibit on display July 21-Dec. 20
Northern Iowan 104:58, p.1
7/18/2008 "Visions of Africa: Art and Ritual" can be seen at the University of Northern Iowa Museum.
7 'Visions of Africa' exhibit to open at UNI Museum on July 21
Public Relations News Release 2007:756, p.1
7/9/2008 "'Visions of Africa' reveals the diversity found in Africa's nearly 900 million people, from the craftmanship of the Ituri Forest people of the Democratic Republic of Congo, to the Yoruba people from Nigeria who honor their ancestors.
8 UNI undergraduate student researches arrowhead collection at UNI Musuems
Public Relations News Release 2007:312, p.1
11/28/2007 John Hahn is studying a collection of arrowheads and stone tools that was donated to the University Museum.
9 Exhibit shows body adornment as art through the ages
Harken--Sarah (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 104:24, p.3
11/16/2007 Museum exhibit entitled "Body Art: Adornment Across Cultures" runs until December 28; photo.
10 Cultural expressions of body art
Ory--Lindsey (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 104:5, p.14
9/11/2007 UNI Museum presents an exhibit containing examples of body art from around the world; photo.
11 UNI Museums to host African documentary
Public Relations News Release 2007:141, p.1
9/7/2007 The University Museum will be hosting the documentary "Wodaabe: Herdsmen of the Sun" September 15.
12 War no laughing matter to Dr. Seuss
Jensen--Lucas D. (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 103:30, p.1
1/19/2007 UNI Museum to host exhibit of Theodor Seuss Geisel's little known political cartoons; photo.
13 Discover the unusual history of the container at the UNI Museums
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
10/2/2006 Trudy Eden will present "Teapots to Tupperware," at the University Museum.
14 "Hold it!" features containers and their spaces
Keating--Sara N. (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 103:5, p.11
9/12/2006 Museum to host an exhibit featuring an assortment of containers from different cultures from various time periods; photo.

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