The Temple Anthropology Laboratory and Museum offers education and outreach programs to members of the Temple University community and greater Philadelphia area.
In this one-credit course, students can learn practical skills in curation and collections management. Students participate in a variety of projects (i.e., cataloging archaeological and ethnographic collections, developing digital collections, artifact photography and documentation, developing new exhibits) related to the long-term care and preservation of ethnographic and archaeological collections housed in the TALM.
Teaching and Exhibit Collaborations
Looking for a more interactive way to engage students with your course material? Contact us to discuss ways the museum can help!
Check out the slideshow to the left to view our most recent collaboration with the Tyler School of Art and their students.
Virtual 3D Modeling
Bring our museum collections into your classroom or home through virtual 3D modeling by SketchFab. Click on the image to the right to view our online catalog of currently available 3D models.
The Anthropology Laboratory and Museum houses several teaching collections available to students and faculty that include archaeological and ethnographic materials.
Museum and Collection Tours
Can't bring your class or visit the museum during our open hours?
Contact us about scheduling a visit!