Decorate your very own passport before taking an imaginative journey across the globe! Explore and learn about artworks from countries around the world with Fowler Educators while gathering stamps for your passport at each stop.
Intersections: World Arts/Local Lives
Some of the finest objects from the Fowler’s extensive holdings of art from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Indigenous Americas are featured in this long-term exhibition that celebrates the richness of world arts and considers the roles they play in peoples’ lives.
New Orleans Second Line Parades: Photographs by Pableaux Johnson
This exhibition of 40 color portraits by Louisiana-born photographer Pableaux Johnson documents members of African American Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs in New Orleans. These neighborhood-based associations are renowned for elaborate attire worn for Sunday brass band parades known as Second Lines.
Summoning the Ancestors: Southern Nigerian Bronzes
This exhibition of bronze bells and ofo from southern Nigeria highlights the great diversity of each genre and how they are used in a variety of ritual contexts.
Reflecting Culture: The Francis E. Fowler, Jr. Collection of Silver
Comprising 251 objects representing 16th through 19th century Europe, Great Britain and the United States, this exhibition interprets silver in its social contexts. Gleaming vessels from renowned workshops—such as those of British silversmith Paul de Lamerie (c.1800), Russian jeweler Karl Fabergé (c.1900), and American patriot silversmith Paul Revere (c.1760)—highlight important styles and techniques.
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