Race: Are We So Different?
of an Exhibition
Published on January 06, 2012
Museum: Science Museum of Minnesota
Visit Date: July, 2007
Read reviews of this traveling exhibition by Brian Horrigan of the Minnesota Historical Society and Ida B Tomlin of the Detroit Science Center. The exhibition tackles the continuously sensitive issue of race, and was created by the Science Museum of Minnesota in collaboration with the American Anthropological Association. An important component of the “Race” exhibition was its development of “Talking Circle” discussion groups for visitors. The PDF file contains a discussion of the Science Museum of Minnesota’s evaluation of this program by Kirsten Ellenbogen and Murphy Pizza.
EXH_fall07_EX%20REV_Race-Are%20We%20So%20Different_Horrigan-Tomlin-Ellenbogen-Pizza.pdf (PDF, 2.1 MB)
Reviews and evaluation studies of "Race: Are We So Different?" Reprinted with permission from the National Association for Museum Exhibition. These reviews first appeared in "Exhibitionist," Vol. 26.2 Fall 2007.