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Exhibition books and catalogues

Series consists of books and catalogues pertaining to exhibitions and collections at the Museum of Anthropology. The following exhibitions and collection are covered by publications within the series:

ひろしま Hiroshima
The Marvellous Real: Art from Mexico, 1926 - 2011
Savage Graces
The H.R. MacMillan Collection
The Walter and Marianne Koerner Collection
Chinese Art
Layers of Influence: Unfolding Cloth Across Cultures
Charles Edenshaw
Safar/Voyage: Contemporary Works by Arab, Iranian, and Turkish Artists
Heaven, Hell, and Somewhere In Between: Portuguese Popular Art
Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun: Unceded Territories
Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia
The Transforming Image

MOA Magazine

File consists of magazines published by the museum for members, released about twice a year. The magazines cover collections, exhibitions, events, the Volunteer Associates, books published by MOA staff, various museum initiatives, interviews, behind-the-scenes information, essays by curators, news and updates, and general visitor information.

Next @ MOA

File consists of pamphlets that advertise upcoming exhibitions, events, and programs, as well as providing news about the museum and general visitor information. Each pamphlet covers a four-month period (January-April, May-August, or September-December). There are two copies of each edition.

MOA News

File consists of eight newsletters produced by the museum that highlight recent events, people associated with the museum, new initiatives, programs, exhibitions, gift shop updates, publications, recent acquisitions, courses at MOA, the results of a membership survey, behind-the-scenes information, and other news about the museum. Articles are written by curators, administrators, and other staff members. The newsletters were published three times a year, in January, May, and September.

Calendar of events

File consists of brochures that advertise exhibitions and events at the museum, including short blurbs about each. Each calendar covers a four-month period (January-April, May-August, or September-December).

Types of events described include exhibitions, opening receptions, lectures, artist talks, guided gallery walks, behind-the-scenes tours, events for youths and seniors, site visits and other excursions, conferences, workshops, identification clinics, performances, courses, school programs, calls for volunteers, sales at the gift shop, and reports on research and community-based projects. The calendars also contain museum announcements and news as well as general visitor information and lists of donors.

Annual reports

File consists of reports of the museum's activities from 1947 onward. These reports were generally produced at the end of each fiscal year beginning in 1978. Most reports cover a single year, while some span multiple years. In some years, multiple reports were produced. The file does not contain reports for the fiscal years ending in 1992, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2017, or 2018.

The reports in this file give information on the museum's activities, attendance, administration, funding, renovations, security, volunteer associates, curatorial work, exhibitions, acquisitions and donations, interactions with the university, outreach, programs such as the Native Youth Project and the Prison Outreach Program, educational activities, marketing, VIP visitors, and special events, among other topics.

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