Exhibits

current exhibition

City Life: Experiencing the World of Teotihuacan
October 11, 2013 – May 9, 2014
*Note: This exhibit is suitable for 8th-grade students and up. 

Learn more about the ASU Teotihuacan Research Laboratory.

 

past exhibitions 
(Click here to view exhibits by year.)

Alien Images: UFOs, Photography and Belief

ALTERNATIVE 

Ancient Ofrenda: Elements of an Altar

Arte Popular: A preview of the new Latin American Folk Art Collection

Becoming Human: 30 Years of Research and Discovery 

Being Human: Celebrating the new School of Human Evolution and Social Change

Choosing a Future with Water: Lessons from the Hohokam 

Choosing the Good

Collected Impressions

Current Southwest Archaeology 2008

Current Southwest Archaeology 2009  

Digging Arizona

Fuse: Portraits of Refugee Households in Metropolitan Phoenix 

Looking for the Future in the Past: Archaeology's Long-Term View

Loom-inous Creations: Textile Traditions from Southeast Asia

Lowriders: 8th Annual Día de los Muertos Festival Exhibit

Mosiac: Cultural Identity in America

Past Forms

Simply Formal

¡Que Vivan Los Muertos! 4th Annual Día de los Muertos Festival Exhibit

¡Que Vivan los Muertos! 10th Annual Día de los Muertos Festival Exhibit

Return of the Corn Mothers

Room for the Dead: 6th Annual Día de los Muertos Festival Exhibit

Skin Deep: A Cultural History of Tattooing

South Phoenix through the Eyes of Youth

Stitches of War

Time & Again: The Photographs of Allen Dutton

Trading Cloth and Culture

Transcending Borders: 7th Annual Día de los Muertos Festival Exhibit

Visiones Sagrados, Sacred Sites: 5th Annual Día de los Muertos Festival Exhibit

 

 

 ASUMA presents 2 exhibits per year.