OUTSIDE THE GALLERY
For a listing of the more than 120 exhibitions we have put on, see
As a community service and to increase the knowledge of, and interest in , African Art we have arranged and exhibited more than 77 exhibitions of traditional African art at museums, university and school galleries, public and private institutions, all at no cost to the hosting group. One of our most recent was at the Boston Architectural Center in Boston.
African Traditional Art & Design
Dec. 15 - Jan. 30, 2001 Boston Architectural Center
OTHER EXHIBITS AND EVENTS OUTSIDE THE GALLERY
Heads and Tales, Adornments from Africa, the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Dec. 8, 1999 - Dec. 2001.
Art of Africa, Permanent Collection,Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
The Art of Identity: African Sculpture
from the Teel Collection", Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University,
32 Quincy St., Cambridge. Mon-Sat 10-5 Sun. 1-5. $5. 495-9400
Baule: African Art/Western Eyes, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn. Curated by Susan Vogel. Open Tue-Sat 10-5 and Sun 1-6. Aug. 30-Jan. 4, 1998. Admission is free. (203) 432-0600
The Haffenreffer Museum
of Anthropology, associated with Brown University is showing "African Worlds, African Art:
The William W. Brill Collection", part of a wonderful donation
to their museum. The museum is located at 300 Tower St., on Mount Hope Grant
in Bristol, R.I. and also exhibits their permanent and major collection
of North American Indian artifacts. Definitely worth seeing! Through 1996.
Mask, Bassa. Liberia , Haffenreffer
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