COVID-19 has put quite a damper on life this last year, and unfortunately things cannot return to normalcy just yet. But, have no fear, the Putnam Museum and Science Center is here! Their new original exhibit, Faces of the Past, is a fascinating way to expose yourself to cultures around the globe.

There are an exceedingly large amount of event dates that you can partake in between now all the way through June. This gives you plenty of time to make time for this incredible exhibition and even visit it multiple times with friends and family if you so choose. Event dates and times can be found here.

Let's get down to the meat and potatoes though. This exhibit offers a diverse range of artwork done by people around the world depicting how they see themselves. Museum goers can expect to see over 20 countries and 35 cultures represented in this exhibit. From wood carvings, to anthropomorphic beings to hand made masks the possibilities are truly endless. This beautiful exhibit is definitely something you want to fit into your calendar this year.

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This exhibit features over ninety works made between 1810 and 2010 by some of the greatest American artists, drawn from the collections of the National Academy of Design in New York. This event runs from February 20 through May 16. You can read up on the wonderful precautions put in place to keep you and your loved ones safe and buy your tickets by clicking here.

Both events are held right here in the QC, don't miss this amazing opportunity!

The Putnam believes in strong community collaboration is proud to be partnering with the Figge Art Museum on their For America exhibit from the National Academy of Design.