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University of Denver Museum of Anthropology
2000 E Asbury Avenue
Sturm Hall, Room 102
Denver, CO 80208
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The gallery is typically open Monday thru Friday, 9am - 4pm or by appointment.

To confirm gallery hours or make special accommodations, please call 303-871-2687 or email anne.amati@du.edu

Next in the gallery

Cheyenne Girls at Bears Hill, George Levi

Tsitsistas: Our Cheyenne Family

October 3 thru November 23, 2016

Southern Cheyenne artist George Curtis Levi sees Cheyenne art as history in motion. Levi's ledger drawing, beadwork, and parfleche tell stories of where the Cheyenne come from, where they are today, and where they are going in the future. The art and history of the Cheyenne people, the ordeals the Cheyenne people have endured, and his wife and children provide Levi with inspiration and motivation for creating his art.

This exhibit is presented as part of the 13th annual Indigenous Film and Arts Festival. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, October 6, 5:30-7:30


The Museum of Anthropology Gallery  presents temporary exhibits each year on the first floor of Sturm Hall. University of Denver students work with museum staff to transform the 720 square foot space. Exhibits showcase student projects, faculty research, and collaborations with campus organizations and community partners.

For more information on how you can take part, or to propose an exhibit topic, contact Anne Amati.