MIH Exhibitions give researchers an opportunity to showcase their work and students a space to learn in exciting new ways. In the long-run, we aim to engage the wider public through recurring exhibitions which demonstrate our commitment to education and research excellence.
Tattoos and Identity
Why do people get tattoos and what meanings do they make of them? The project began with these two simple questions. In searching for the answers, TATU showcases the diverse stories of people who get tattooed and people who practice the art of tattooing.
Venue: The old bookshop (opposite the Library entrance)
Amazing Insects: A Taste of Malaysian Biodiversity
Malaysia is one of the 17 internationally recognised “Megadiverse Countries” on the planet. This means that our rainforests house a significant majority of all species on Earth. As residents of this beautiful country, we are delighted to share our backyards with some of the most amazing plants and animals known to humankind. Amazing Insects features a sampling of specimens from all the major insect orders to give us a brief taste of the true biodiversity that exists out there. This exhibition is a collaborative project between
Venue: Quiet Study Area, Library & Learning Commons.