IHO Museum Exhibition
This beautifully designed and executed exhibition tells the story of the institute's 30-year impact on anthropology and understanding the human career from the discovery of "Lucy" by Donald Johanson in 1974 to today's engaging research into how the human race may have survived in very small numbers in caves at the tip of South Africa.
The exhibition is free and open to the public and will run September 9 through December 16.
An opening reception will take place September 8 in the Museum of Anthropology, School of Human Evolution and Social Change at 7:00–8:30 pm (see invitation below or download the pdf to print). The museum opening immediately follows the lecture "Who Are the Earliest Human Ancestors?" by Terry Harrison at the Carson Ballroom, Old Main, which begins at 5:30 pm (go to the 30th Anniversary Lecture Series website for more information).
The exhibition is cosponsored by the Institute of Human Origins, Museum of Anthropology, and School of Human Evolution and Social Change.
For museum hours, guided tours, and special events in association with this exhibition, go to http://asuma.asu.edu, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 480.965.6224.
For more information about 30th Anniversary events, or how you can participate in the institute's fundraising Gala or Symposium, go to http://iho.asu.edu/30th.