The Don't Touch My Hair exhibition and presentation was excellent. I left not seeing people anymore, but just seeing hair. Everybody I looked at was HAIR. The photography was beautiful. The talks were enlightening. (I would have been interested in a photo and talk by a person who covers their hair too. That seemed to me to be missing. Also, I wish the photos had had a whole big room of their own, not two narrow hallways.) Those are my only complaints. Everything else was marvelous and educational too. Even the tempe sticks were delicious.