Open House 2021

Our feedback station collected responses from visitors who wrote and responded to questions on the surface of dried gourds. 

Amarushina Tupari Community Project was developed and organized by Emily Brokamp.


We hosted a workshop in the Hagerty courtyard that involved painting with our own hair to connect visitors to the process of Canelos Quichua ceramic painting in our collection.


We had over 150 visitors to our collection during open house and hosted interactive tours of our collection, inviting viewers to explore and engage with some of our objects outside of the cases. Our kawsay waqaychaqkuna shared stories and their passion for working with the collection with our visitors.