Members of the Black community in Utah and their experiences come to life in the photography exhibit, “The Black Stories Project,” now on display on the fifth floor of the Harold B. Lee Library.

The Bean Museum on BYU campus received two blue ducks from the Maori Tribe in New Zealand. They are creating a special exhibit to display the birds that are sacred to the Maori people. The museum also takes a global view as they expand their collection to show animals from all around the world.

Home builders. Survivors. Trend-setters. Fighters. Standing in the gallery of BYU’s Museum of Art, students can almost hear them whispering from the walls. They are 58 remarkable female artists, and their messages of inspiration and hope are featured in the MOA’s “A Studio of Her Own” exhibit, which closes this week.

The Museum of Peoples and Culture is centralized on the idea that learning about different cultures involves doing, rather than reading in a textbook.