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While the Hearst Museum is closed, you can take advantage of online resources for all ages to stay curious and engaged at home.
On the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology’s digital portal, you can interact with their collection of 3.8 million objects from around the world including Japanese netsuke, tiny sculptures invented in 17th-century Japan, and feathered baskets from early 20th century California. Families can also learn together with the museum’s teaching kits that encompass California Indian, Chinese, Mexican and Yoruban cultures. If you’re still wanting more, check out their recorded lectures, online exhibits, and their language and films archives.
Click on the blue website button to link to the museum page.