EMBODY® Est. 2001
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E  m  b  o  d  y

exhibition of ethnographic studies & visual arts

Established 2001


rediscovering culture & beauty

Since 2000, the initial inspiration to ignite the Embody™ collection was to the comprehensive essence of cultural anthropology & archeology, standing as an educational organization with a lens focused on ethnographic art. Featured in a number of museums and Universities, the collection comprises relics older than three thousand years of age filled with rich tradition that surpasses time. This collection and depth of research reflects the diversity of traditions, ancient cultural symbolism, and it's significance of influence towards beauty and culture today. 
Christian Noni
Former National Geographic Photographer


Hear about some of the stories -- the biographies in bone -- that are unfolding through research on the fascinating Duckworth  Collection, including the analysis of the diet and journeys taken by the Death Mask Collection and pre-Dynastic Egyptians who lived in the Sahara Desert thousands of years ago.


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SURVIVAL international

Survival International aids to prevent the annihilation of tribal peoples and to give them a platform to speak to the world so they can bear witness to the genocidal violence, slavery and racism they face on a daily basis. By lobbying the powerful, Survival International defends the lives, lands and futures of people who should have the same rights as other contemporary societies.

A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people
— Mahatma Gandhi