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Musical rhythms are a universal language, and music acts as an ambassador between diverse cultures. As part of CSU, Chico's Building Bridges program to encourage tolerance and celebrate cultural differences, the Drumming in the Millennium exhibit includes displays of drums and other artifacts from all over the world, including Chile, Alaska, Nigeria, and Japan. The exhibit will run through May 15 in the campus Museum of Anthropology in Langdon Hall.

The reindeer-herding Koryak people on the right, from the village of Upper Paren in Siberia, were photographed by CSU, Chico anthropology professor Alexander King in summer 1998 and featured in the exhibit poster.

 

     
   



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