Wake Forest University’s Museum of Anthropology has established a 15-member advisory board. The first meeting was held July 7.
The following community members will serve on the board:
- Cristopher Avila of Stoneville
- Stanley Bohrer of Winston-Salem
- Hobie Cawood of Lewisville
- Tyler Cox of Winston-Salem
- Yomi Durotoye of Winston-Salem
- Marisa Esterich of Lewisville
- Willie Everett of Lewisville
- Kikuko Imamura of Winston-Salem
- Marjorie Northrup of Winston Salem
- Barbee Oakes of Winston-Salem
- Ruth Revels of Greensboro
- Daisy Rodriguez of Winston-Salem
- Joti Sekhon of Winston-Salem
- Paul Thacker of Winston-Salem
- Ulrike Wiethaus of Rural Hall
Founded in 1963, the Museum of Anthropology presents exhibits and offers educational programs for schoolchildren and the general public throughout the year. The museum’s permanent collection consists of objects from the Americas, Africa, Asia and Australia, including household and ceremonial items, hunting and fishing gear, and textiles. Materials collected by Moravian missionaries can be found at the museum, as well as prehistoric artifacts from North Carolina’s Yadkin River Valley.
Admission to the museum is free. For more information about the museum, call 336-758-5282 or visit http://www.wfu.edu/moa/.
Categories: University Announcement
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