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VCU Archaeology

Freshly Popped (Up): Now on Exhibit

by Bernard K. Means, Director

Staff and interns in the Virtual Curation Laboratory are working on creating a short-term exhibit for October 2013, consisting of a series of small and large exhibits located throughout Virginia Commonwealth University’s James Branch Cabell Library. This exhibit represents a partnership between the Virtual Curation Laboratory, the School of World Studies, and the James Branch Cabell Library. As we work towards this exhibit, we have developed a mini-exhibit in the lobby of the School of World Studies building, located at 312 North Shafer in Richmond, Virginia.

Exhibit in the School of World Studies Lobby.

Exhibit in the School of World Studies Lobby.

The exhibit certainly is a work in progress.  Color images need to accompany the object replicas and we need better lighting. We will make these changes in the coming weeks, and also ensure that the objects do not remain static. Feel free to stop by if you are in the Richmond area.



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