In its exhibition program the UQ Anthropology Museum uses recent research to challenge and expand ideas about what an Anthropological collection can be in the 21st century. The museum aims to stimulate understanding and debate about inter-cultural issues across a wide range of audiences and disciplines.

Catalogues for current and past exhibitions can be purchased here.

Current Exhibitions

Fragile First Impressions

Fragile First Impressions

An archive of threatened Aboriginal reportage from the Western Arnhem Land Plateau Curated by Peter Cooke for Warddeken Land Management with photos by David Hancock 22 February - 7 August 2016 Free entry   ...

What Do Objects Want? Online exhibition

What Do Objects Want? Online exhibition

Curated by Diana Young; Photography by Carl Warner. Objects with faces are compelling. For this exhibition, connected to the launch of the UQ Anthropology Museumís online catalogue we photographed the selected items, mostly sculptures, as mug shots with the flat lighting of a passport portrait or a police ID image...

Upcoming Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

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