Art History Happy Hour: African Ancestors of Egypt and Nubia
Thursday, February 16, 2023
The Norm Restaurant and Bar, 1st Floor
Our season of Art History Happy Hours continues with an evening of lighthearted lectures and accompanying wines inspired by African Ancestors of Egypt and Nubia: From the Green Sahara to the Nile. This special gallery activation highlights connections between ancient Egypt and other African cultures in art, religion, and language. Delve deeper into these histories with Annissa Malvoisin, Bard Graduate Center / Brooklyn Museum Postdoctoral Fellow in the Arts of Africa; Meghan Bill, Coordinator of Provenance; and Dr. Vanessa Davies, scholar and founding organizer of the Nile Valley Collective. During the program, enjoy wine pairings by Marquis Williams of the Brooklyn-based wine club Highly Recommended.
Tickets are $45 and include wine tastings, small bites, and after-hours admission to our Egyptian galleries. Additional beverages are available for purchase. Member tickets are $40. Not a Member? Join today!
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