1. Virtual Lecture with an Egyptologist: Flinders Petrie on Golden Mummies, Race, and Faces

    Saturday, April 17 | Noon

    British Egyptologist Flinders Petrie was keen on matching skulls with mummy masks and portraits and identifying what he believed to be racial types. Join Dr. Campbell Price...


  2. Virtual Lunchtime Lecture: Golden Mummies: Adapting Funerary Beliefs and Traditions

    Thursday, May 13 | Noon

    Gilded faces and stunning portraits, fancy wrappings and colorful trappings were synonymous with hope for the afterlife and the continuation of millennia-old traditions in...


  3. Lecture: Multiculturalism in the World of Chamber Music

    Sunday, May 16 | 2 pm

    Join us for this in-person lecture produced by Chamber Music Raleigh in the socially distanced SECU Auditorium. The talk, given by Dr. Jonathan C. Kramer, will examine what...


  4. Virtual Panel Discussion: To Be Young: Coming of Age in the Contemporary

    Thursday, May 20 | 7 pm

    This panel discussion on the exhibition To Be Young: Coming of Age in the Contemporary features photographers Faith Couch and Jaylan Rhea in conversation with exhibition...


  5. Virtual Humber Lecture: Foundations of the NCMA: 1924–1960

    Thursday, May 27 | 7 pm

    In the early 1950s, North Carolina invested $1 million in a state art collection, leading to the creation of the North Carolina Museum of Art in 1956. Lyle Humphrey,...