Going Global: From San Francisco to the World

Thursday, April 26, 2018 (All day) to Friday, May 17, 2019 (All day)
Photo of artifact from Going Global exhibition
Community. Culture. Connections. The Global Museum's debut exhibition features a selection of objects from its diverse collections to foster dialogue about our common humanity. Showcasing 175 items from Egypt, Africa, Oceania and the Americas -- ranging from ancient to contemporary -- the exhibition explores different cultural and artistic traditions, environmental relationships and connections between past and present that still resonate with us today. Curated by Bianca Alper and Christine Fogarty. Regular hours: Tuesdays - Thursdays, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Fridays by appointment. Free.
Fine Arts Building, Global Museum (Room 203)
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The Global Museum serves as an academic resource and exhibition hub for the University and surrounding community. Its mission is to serve as a responsible steward of cultural heritage, a place of scholarship, community and engagement and a space in which to appreciate the power of diverse communities in a globally-connected world. The museum creates experiences that foster lifelong learning, collaboration with and among diverse communities and encourage reflection about global society and our common humanity.

The Global Museum was made possible in part by a donation from the San Francisco State University Foundation’s Mary MacWilliam Fund.

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