Ancient Greek Art in the Nicholson Museum

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Ancient Greek Art

The Nicholson Museum is home to Australia’s largest collection of archaeological objects from the ancient Mediterranean. This free one-hour tour will explore highlights from the collection manufactured in Greece and in Magna Graecia in antiquity, from the Bronze Age to the Roman period. See examples of Greek ceramic and sculptural traditions with a Nicholson Museum curator, and explore the exquisite beauty of the art of ancient Greece.  Discover the stories behind some of the Nicholson Museum’s beautiful artefacts, from the Cycladic figurine to Classical black-figure and red-figure vases and the marble statue of the god Hermes.

Saturday 7 April 2018

3pm

Nicholson Museum, Main Quadrangle, The University of Sydney

Free

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Language: English

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