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The Binghamton University Art Museum opens its winter exhibitions. Join us in celebration of the exhibitions and the Lunar New Year.

Free and open to the public.

Main Gallery: “Snowflakes between Gauze: Rubbings from Han Dynasty Tombs,” organized in conjunction with the Confucius Institute of Chinese Opera.

Mezzanine Gallery: “The Surface and the Line: Alumni Gifts of Asian Art,” curated by Nancy Um, Professor of Art History and Jason Park, a PhD candidate in Art History.

Also opening are four small exhibitions in the lower galleries:

“Marvels of Materials: Trade and Materiality in Ancient Egypt,” curated by Doug Braun, ’20, History, Classics, and Anthropology

“American Mythology,” curated by Kaleigh Pitcher, ’20, History and Political Science

“Visualizing Voyeurism,” curated by Emily Mendelson, ’20, Business Analytics and Eta Pastreich, ’20, Anthropological perspectives and History

“Portraits of Daily Life: Daumier in the Permanent Collection,” curated by Tom McDonough, Associate Professor, Art History