Rhode Island Hall, home of the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, was built with exhibits in mind. The building includes display areas on all floors and the Institute is proud to host a constantly changing variety of exhibits curated and installed by Brown faculty, students (both undergraduate and graduate), and collaborating artists. In addition to physical exhibits, we have started producing more virtual content. These digital exhibits compliment and expand on our substantial collection of multimedia projects and slideshow galleries (see a list of projects and galleries here).
Exhibits related to archaeology can also be found in other places around campus. The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, located just a few doors down from the Joukowsky Institute, also has a robust exhibition schedule (visit their Exhibitions page here). Two recent exhibits curated by Joukowsky Institute faculty and students, including:
Transient Matter: Assemblages of Migration in the Mediterranean (visit an online version of the exhibit here)
Uncovering Ancient Egypt: Ancient Crafts, Modern Technologies
The Brown University Library has also featured objects from the Joukowsky Institute collection in the student curated exhibit Transcultural by Design: Iranian Ceramics from the Minassian Collection.