Especially for Educators: The Power of Egyptian Art

Wednesday November 30

Other dates...
Selected time (EST)

4:30 PM  –  7:00 PM

Even in the 21st century, we continue to be fascinated by ancient Egyptian art, culture, and history. Ancient Egyptian pharaohs, mummies, and gods all play a massive role in popular culture and help to tell the important story of the first advanced civilizations in social students and history classes across the globe.

 

Using artworks in MAG's temporary exhibition Striking Power: Iconoclasm in Ancient Egypt as well as works from our own collection, we will consider what makes Egyptian art compelling and why it captures out imaginations even now. We will also explore the complex and largely unknown history of how these images were revered, feared, and intentionally damaged in the past. This workshop includes a hands-on activity as well as resources for the classroom.

 

NYS Standards: Art; Social Studies

 

Light refreshments included. Registration and prepayment required. For questions about this event, please contact Chelsea Anderson at canderson@mag.rochester.edu. Registration ends on Friday, November 25, at 4:30 pm.

 

After completing your registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to your ticket. All visitors must present their ticket to be scanned upon arrival. For general visitor information and COVID-19 policies, visit mag.rochester.edu/about.

 

In the event that MAG needs to cancel your ticket, we will attempt to contact you by email. We advise all visitors to check our website before visiting. View MAG’s refund policy here.

 

$15.00
Loading...