The Institute of Archaeology at Andrews University if the administrative home of the Horn Archaeological Museum. Directed by Randall W. Younker, the Institute coordinates the work of the Museum with ongoing excavation, publication, and academic programs. Currently temporary exhibits are on display in the main exhibit hall and in the lower level classroom. In the main exhibit hall a life-size Bedouin tent is filled with authentic Jordanian Bedouin antiques. Additional displays feature select Jordanian, Palestinian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian artifacts. In the classroom on the lower level are murals by renowned local artist Nathan Greene, depicting life scenes from the Biblical story. These murals are accompanied by artifacts which illustrate scenes in the paintings.