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Tuesdays, February 4 – February 25, 2 – 4pm

#SeeingtheBarnes

Egyptian. Relief (detail), 19th–20th century. A413. Public Domain.

$220; members $198;
(4 classes)

Registration opens December 13 at 10 am.
Member presale begins December 11 at 10 am.

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About the Class

The ancient Egyptians left behind an astonishing material culture. This course, taught by our recently appointed postdoctoral fellow in Egyptian Art, focuses on major monuments of architecture, sculpture, and painting from the predynastic period through the New Kingdom. Students will also examine the small collection of Egyptian antiquities in the Barnes galleries.

Capacity: 25

Instructor

Carl Walsh

Walsh is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Barnes, where he is conducting in-depth research into the collection’s Egyptian antiquities. Walsh earned a PhD from University College London and has taught at Brown University’s Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World. His research focuses on reconstructing the sensorial experiences of ancient Egyptian and Nubian peoples.