A new 21st Century museum at Indiana University opens in 2023. The IU Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology will present IU’s world-class collections from around the globe in newly-designed exhibit galleries and learning labs.
A New IU Museum for the 21st Century
The IUMAA story so farHere's a quick look at where we are now as we plan for the new museum and its opening in 2023. More renovation photos are here.
Support IUMAA and StudentsStudents are at the heart of the new IU Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, working with museum staff to research, catalogue, interpret, and exhibit artifacts from around the world. That's why we're seeking annual support for a variety of museum programs and activities, including paid internships for students. Learn more at https://crowdfunding.iu.edu/iumaa-museum-and-student-support
Help Build and Shape IUMAA
Help build and shape IU's newest museum for the 21st century. IUMAA will bring together over 5½ million objects from the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology and the Mathers Museum of World Cultures to tell the story of humanity, from the rich heritage of Indiana’s First Peoples to the lives of contemporary Hoosiers, and how those stories are connected to peoples around the world. Your tax-deductible gift will support these initiatives and more. They’ll help fund a new museum at IU and the state’s only museum of its kind.