The Global Museum at SF State is a place in which to appreciate the power of diverse communities in a globally connected world. Located in the Fine Arts Building, the Global Museum’s exhibition gallery showcases rotating annual exhibitions developed by Museum Studies students and faculty. Collections range from ancient to contemporary and include archaeological and cultural material from ancient Egypt, Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. The Global Museum serves as a teaching lab for the Museum Studies program, an academic resource for the university, and a public space for the greater Bay Area community. (more)
This exhibition features a selection of objects from the Global Museum's diverse collections to foster dialogue about our common humanity. It explores different cultural and artistic traditions, environmental relationships, and connections between past and present that still resonate with us today.
Climate Stories explores the impacts of climate change on indigenous communities across the globe and action being taken now, including on the SF State campus. Divided into four themes (connections to the ocean, relationships with wildlife, the power of plants, and adapting tradition), this exhibition reveals ways that...
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