Exhibits - Traveling Exhibits
Worldviews: Maya Ceramics from the Palmer Collection
Curated by former Hudson Museum Director Stephen Whittington, this exhibit contains 35 ceramic objects, nine jade objects and one stone object and explores the wealth of information about religion and beliefs important to the Maya and captured by artisans . Some of the internationally known pieces in this exhibit were published in The Maya Vase Book, vol. 5, by Justin and Barbara Kerr, and Hidden Faces of the Maya, by Linda Schele.
Images for Eternity: West Mexican Tomb Figures
Curated by former Hudson Museum Director Stephen Whittington, this traveling version of the exhibit contains 61 ceramic objects, one plaster object, two shell objects and two stone objects. Discussion focuses on the progress being made by modern scholars in understanding West Mexican tomb figures that have lost their original context. Some of the figures in this show were also included the Art Institute of Chicago traveling show, Ancient West Mexico.