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Sorting Out Tell en-Nasbeh: Processing and Reconstructing the Broken Pieces of the Past will be on display in the Badè Museum Gallery beginning June 9th 2015. Sorting Out Tell en-Nasbeh traces pottery from its archaeological context through its documentation and reconstruction, exploring the sorting and documentation process of ceramics at Tell en-Nasbeh from 1926 until 1935. This show is the product of a joint venture between the Badè Museum and The Center for the Arts, Religion, and Education entitled Mining the Collection.

José Balcells Receives Writing Fellowship; Brings Imaging Technology to Badè Collection
TGTU doctoral student José Balcells has been awarded an HTIC/LUCE dissertation writing fellowship from the Hispanic Theological Initiative for 2014-15...

Ceramic Analyses on Pottery from Busayra, southwest Jordan
Stephanie Brown, the Badè Museum’s assistant curator and director of the Busayra Cultural Heritage Project, is currently using the research facilities at the Badè Museum to carry out ceramic analyses on pottery collected from the site of Busayra...

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The Badè Museum and The Center for the Arts, Religion and Education would like to invite you to the opening of a new exhibit, "Mining the Collection 2015: Sorting Out Tell en-Nasbeh." The opening reception will take place on Tuesday, June 9th at 5:00pm in the Badè Museum Gallery, 1798 Scenic Avenue in Berkeley.