NIU Anthropology Museum hosting a rare southeast Asian collection

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Sophomore Finance major, Zachary Zehme and Sophomore Elementary Education major, Gabriela Godinez view a piece at the Anthropology Museum's new Southeast Asia Exhibit in Cole Hall Tuesday afternoon.

Northern Star Staff

The Anthropology Museum is hosting the exhibit Rarely Seen Southeast Asia: Art, Artifact, Ephemera in Cole Hall. The exhibit celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies. Students can see over 150 pieces of art curated by professor emeritus Richard Cooler. The exhibit opened Oct. 11.

The Anthropology Museum in Cole Hall is free and open to the public 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. Rarely Seen Southeast Asia: Art, Artifact, Ephemera runs through May 15.