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Maya Weaving: Colors of Enchantment
Maya Weaving: Colors of Enchantment
Maya Weaving:Colors of Enchantment allows visitors to travel to Central America, inviting them to explore the customs and history of the Maya people through the lens of their rich and vibrant textiles.Come discover how these dynamic peoples weave their historical roots with modern life through color, pattern and tradition.
Exposed Film
Exposed Film
Explore our newest exhibition, "Exposed Film," and take a journey through the history of BYU archaeology. This exhibit showcases archaeology through the lens of BYU's Anthropology Department and the amazing work that has been done by its faculty and students. You won't want to miss the interactive photos on display.
Selections from the Collection: Polynesia
Selections from the Collection: Polynesia
This eclectic menagerie of artifacts from the Polynesian islands is on display for a limited time. From jewelry to weapons, each case represents a different scene from island life. A range of activities accompany the exhibition, making it the perfect experience for the whole family.
Maya Weaving: Colors of Enchantment
Exposed Film
Selections from the Collection: Polynesia
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Provo, UT 84602

801-422-0020
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Closed Saturday and Sunday

Holiday Hours

Closed July 4th
Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 22, 23
Closed For Winter Holidays Dec. 24- Jan. 2