"The Art of the Drink: From Metro Detroit to KwaZulu-Natal," is a new exhibition at Wayne State Grosscup Museum of Anthropology. UMMAA contributed to the exhibition by loaning two ceramic vessels. Both items are from Peru and are associated with chicha beer: a kero (Inca) and an anthropomorphic jar (Chancay).

The exhibit will be open through fall 2024.

The Grosscup Museum is free and open to the public.
Address: Old Main Building, Suite 1227, 4841 Cass Ave., Detroit, MI.
Learn more here: https://events.wayne.edu/2024/03/25/the-art-of-the-drink-from-metro-detroit-to-kwazulu-natal-99207/

Photo: Jim Moss (UMMAA collection manager) holds the kero, and Andrew L Maske (professor of museum studies and director of the Grosscup) sets up the showcase with UMMAA items.