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Friday Evening Exhibition Tour
Part of our Free Friday Evening Exhibition tour series. Join us in the galleries for an in-depth discussion of the exhibition A Wonder to Behold: Craftsmanship ... by hnm231@nyu.edu last modified 12/10/2019 03:24 PM — Filed under:
Friday Evening Exhibition Tour
Part of our Free Friday Evening Exhibition tour series. Join us in the galleries for an in-depth discussion of the exhibition A Wonder to Behold: Craftsmanship ... by hnm231@nyu.edu last modified 12/13/2019 12:59 PM — Filed under:
CANCELLED: Friday Evening Exhibition Tour
Please Note: This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience. Part of our Free Friday Evening Exhibition tour series. Join us in the ... by hnm231@nyu.edu last modified 03/10/2020 03:17 PM — Filed under:
CANCELLED: Friday Evening Exhibition Tour
Please Note: This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience. Part of our Free Friday Evening Exhibition tour series. Join us in the ... by hnm231@nyu.edu last modified 03/10/2020 03:20 PM — Filed under:
CANCELLED: Friday Evening Exhibition Tour
Please Note: This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience. Part of our Free Friday Evening Exhibition tour series. Join us in the ... by hnm231@nyu.edu last modified 03/10/2020 03:23 PM — Filed under:
CANCELLED: Friday Evening Exhibition Tour
Please Note: This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience. Part of our Free Friday Evening Exhibition tour series. Join us in the ... by hnm231@nyu.edu last modified 03/10/2020 03:26 PM — Filed under:
CANCELLED: Friday Evening Exhibition Tour
Please Note: This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience. Part of our Free Friday Evening Exhibition tour series. Join us in the ... by hnm231@nyu.edu last modified 03/10/2020 03:28 PM — Filed under:
Brick by Brick: Technical Considerations on Building the Ishtar Gate and Processional Way
This lecture takes the form of a conversation between a conservator and curator on the technical aspects of making bricks in the form of animals for the ... by Iris Fernandez last modified 03/02/2020 01:19 PM — Filed under:
Exhibition Gallery Talk: Modern Glass and Ancient Middle Eastern Craftsmanship
*Registration for this event will open on January 6th, one month before the event by Iris Fernandez last modified 03/02/2020 01:20 PM — Filed under:
CANCELLED: Exhibition Gallery Talk
Please Note: This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please join archaeological illustrator and artist Tracy Molis in a gallery ... by Iris Fernandez last modified 03/10/2020 03:16 PM — Filed under:
CANCELLED: Construct and Control: Taming the Beast
Please Note: This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience. The Ishtar Gate and Processional Way are not just highly-decorated forms of ... by Iris Fernandez last modified 03/10/2020 03:22 PM — Filed under:
Ishtar Gate Virtual Tour
On May 6th, ISAW Associate Director for Exhibitions and Gallery Curator, Clare Fitzgerald, gave a Virtual Tour of our current exhibition, A Wonder to Behold: ... by Kristen Soule last modified 06/18/2020 12:59 PM — Filed under:
Devotion and Decadence Virtual Tour
On December 16th, ISAW Associate Director for Exhibitions and Gallery Curator Clare Fitzgerald gave a Virtual Tour of our recent exhibition, Devotion and ... by Iris Fernandez last modified 09/30/2022 03:04 PM — Filed under: , ,
Exhibition Lecture: Geographical Portable Sundials
This lecture considers one type of Roman sundial represented in the exhibition that has not been sufficiently appreciated from geographical, cultural, and ... by gk1164@nyu.edu last modified 11/21/2017 04:36 PM — Filed under: ,
Exhibition Lecture: Time and Cosmos in Greco-Roman Astrology
This lecture will consist of a brief introduction to the historical development and the main characteristics of Greco-Roman astrology, to be followed by a ... by gk1164@nyu.edu last modified 11/21/2017 04:39 PM — Filed under: ,
The Prehistory of Crete
The lecture will first summarize quickly the history of Crete from the first known settlement in Crete c. 6900/6600 BC at Knossos to the collapse at the end of ... by dp1326@nyu.edu last modified 09/06/2018 03:23 PM — Filed under:
Exhibitions Lecture: Photography and the Early Excavations at Knossos
Sir Arthur Evans was not alone among pioneering archaeologists in his use of the important new technology of photography in his excavations at Knossos on Crete ... by dp1326@nyu.edu last modified 09/06/2018 03:23 PM — Filed under:
Alexander to Iskandar
This talk will trace the story of Alexander from the ancient Greek novel, the Alexander Romance, to its Persian and Turkish adaptations. A variety of Islamic ... by dp1326@nyu.edu last modified 09/06/2018 03:23 PM — Filed under:
Beauty Can be Dangerous to Your Health
The talk will address the circumstances under which beautifully illustrated manuscripts could become dangerous to your health. While the production of ... by dp1326@nyu.edu last modified 09/06/2018 03:23 PM — Filed under:
The Migrations of Islamic Science in Renaissance Europe
The Renaissance is often seen as the result of Europeans’ re-engagement with the heritage of Classical Antiquity, which Islamic societies preserved during the ... by dp1326@nyu.edu last modified 01/22/2021 12:03 PM — Filed under:
Plato's advice to Alexander:
"Plato's advice to Alexander: Amir Khusraw's 'Mirror of Alexander' (1299)" introduces the poet Amir Khusraw and sets his poem in the context of the ... by dp1326@nyu.edu last modified 09/06/2018 03:23 PM — Filed under:
NYU News Interviews Roberta Casagrande-Kim
Romance and Reason gallery tour and interview. by Kristen Soule last modified 09/06/2018 03:23 PM — Filed under:
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*Video of this lecture is now available!* In the lecture HERE, Elizabeth Price will discuss a series of inter-related places and spaces that are pertinent ... by dp1326@nyu.edu last modified 09/06/2018 03:23 PM — Filed under:
Exhibition Lecture: Seeing the Supernatural
This talk explores the role of art in Gallic religion before, during, and after Caesar’s conquest. The Gauls themselves left few written documents about their ... by Kristen Soule last modified 09/21/2018 11:05 AM — Filed under:
Exhibition Lecture: The Cabinet des médailles
The lecture, presented at La Maison Française, is held in conjunction with the exhibition Devotion and Decadence: The Berthouville Treasure and Roman Luxury ... by Kristen Soule last modified 10/19/2018 10:14 AM — Filed under:
Exhibition Gallery Event: Sketch Night
Please join illustrator and teaching artist Joan Chiverton for an evening of sketching in the galleries in conjunction with the exhibition Devotion and ... by Kristen Soule last modified 09/21/2018 11:07 AM — Filed under:
Exhibition Gallery Talk: Ancient Silversmithing and Modern Practice
The Berthouville Treasure showcases the sophisticated silversmithing technologies employed by ancient artisans to create sumptuous silver sculpture and ... by Kristen Soule last modified 11/21/2018 01:15 PM — Filed under:
Exhibition Lecture: A Roman Temple Treasure
Discovered accidentally by a farmer in rural Normandy in 1830, the spectacular hoard of gilt silver statuettes and exquisitely crafted vessels known as the ... by Kristen Soule last modified 09/21/2018 11:08 AM — Filed under:
Exhibition Panel Conversation: The Berthouville Treasure and the Gallo-Roman World
The Berthouville Treasure, the largest and best-preserved hoard of silver from the ancient world, presents an exceptional opportunity to consider different ... by Kristen Soule last modified 09/19/2018 12:54 PM — Filed under:
Exhibition Gallery Talk: Ancient Silversmithing and Modern Practice
The Berthouville Treasure showcases the sophisticated silversmithing technologies employed by ancient artisans to create sumptuous silver sculpture and ... by Kristen Soule last modified 09/21/2018 11:09 AM — Filed under: