Lecture & Program Recordings
It is undeniable that the ancient Egyptians had a close connection with the animal world as seen through their creation of animal mummies. This talk will highlight the examination and treatment of the ancient Egyptian cat mummy currently housed in the Museum’s Egyptian collection.
This lunchtime Conservator Chat is with Dr. Sarah Schellinger, who specializes in the art and archaeology of ancient Egypt and Nubia, and Mimi Leveque, Director of ArchaeaTechnica Conservation Services, who has worked for over 40 years on the examination and conservation of Egyptian mummies and coffins.
This virtual concert features newly written music by composer Nathan Felix with four harpsichords, strings, and a choir inspired by our exhibition "America’s Impressionism." Enjoy and share with your friends!
From the Artist
Learn more about the Four Harpsichord Concert, an orchestral suite by composer Nathan Felix, inspired by the exhibition America's Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution. Hear from local harpsichord builder Gerald Self on the history of harpsichords and Nathan Felix on his newly written music and how SAMA has inspired him over the years.