Art of Indigenous Peoples

To be an exemplary leader in the fields of decolonization, diversity, equity, and inclusion, the museum requires increased space for its Indigenous Peoples collections, allowing for a fuller, more balanced picture of civilizations and individuals from around the world.

These collections will be displayed in imaginative new ways that break down cultural barriers, encouraging audiences to see the humanity in us all. They will also be incorporated into interdisciplinary, cross-curricular teaching, learning, and scholarship initiatives, as well as a wide range of digital engagement projects, both onsite and online.


Support brighter arts

To support the Lowe Art Museum’s mission to cultivate brighter arts for a more enlightened and equitable world, please contribute to the University of Miami’s campaign for a brighter tomorrow.

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To learn more, please contact Amy Ferguson, development, Lowe Art Museum, 305-284-4638.