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Stick Bat Ball

Stick Bat Ball

The Sports that Unite Us

Past Exhibition

A stick, a bat and a ball are used in many sports all over the globe. Notably, similar items were used in ancient cultures as well as employed by aboriginal cultures. How does the culture of sport connect us? The tradition of coming together to play or watch a game ties us to one another, either as fans or as player participants. THis exhibition united objects, texts, photos and memorabilia from sports that hold a common theme of a stick, bat or ball as a social unifier.

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