Global Explorations at the Hofstra University Museum
Travel the world through engaging experiences with authentic objects and works of art from six continents. Kristy Caratzola, the Museum’s Collection Manager will lead each hour-long session where participants explore a different culture or cultures each month and make personal connections between their own life experiences and the objects presented.
November’s session focuses on the history and tradition of ceramics in regions of Africa, including their practical and sacred usage. Connections will be made to the current exhibition: Toward Greater Awareness: Darfur and American Activism.
This new Global Explorations program is made possible through generous funding provided by Bethpage Federal Credit Union.
Seating is limited -- advance registration is required.
Fee: $5 general public, $3 senior citizen (65 and over) or PEIR member with HofstraCard.
Free for Hofstra faculty/staff/matriculated student with current HofstraCard.
For more information contact the Museum at 516-463-5672.
This event will be held in the Emily Lowe Gallery, Behind Emily Lowe Hall, South Campus.
Friday, 16 November, 2012
Cost:$3-$5 without Hofstra ID
Contact:Hofstra University Museum
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