Ways of Looking: Egyptian Statue
Closely examine this Egyptian figure through a number of high resolution images. What can we guess or learn about the culture that produced this object, based simply on the visual clues we can see? Talk with others to expand your interpretations in facilitated conversations with museum educator, Hanna Exel.
Free. Registrants will receive a Zoom link included with their confirmation email.
Ways of Looking offers new perspectives on art and design uncovered through guided conversation. Join the next Ways of Looking session on Thursday, October 15, 6-6:45 pm (registration opens Oct. 1) and for a related course, Powers of Observation, on Tuesday evenings in November (registration opens Oct. 15).
Hanna Exel holds an MA in Art History from Tufts University, where her research focused on artistic responses to the early years of the AIDS pandemic. Hanna uses an object-centered and inquiry-based approach to engaging with art, which has been honed through her experience as a youth development worker and positions at art institutions including MoMA and the New Museum.
Image: Egyptian, Ptah-Sokar-Osiris, 332-30 BCE. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Samir Moubayed.