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Friends of Greek Art Lecture: Shedding Light on the Etruscans

The Etruscans were a major cultural presence in the ancient Mediterranean. Nancy de Grummond (FSU) sheds light on this important but elusive Italian civilization and brings context to the Etruscan artifacts in the NCMA collection. Image: Etruscan, probably from Caere, Antefix with Head of a Satyr, mid-5th century BCE, terracotta with pigment, H. 12 3/8 × […]

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Friends of Greek Art Lecture From Athens to Raleigh: Visual Representations of Africans on Ancient Greek Vases

Join archaeologist Najee Olya as he explores the different kinds of representations of Africans in Greek vase painting by highlighting a selection of key objects, including one in the NCMA. This lecture will be held virtually on Zoom. Image: Attributed to the Three Line Group, Greek, Attic, Neck-Amphora Featuring Herakles and King Memnon (detail), 530—520

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Friends of Greek Art

Friends of Greek Art The ancient Greek, Italian, and Roman collection (“classical art”) at the NCMA provides visitors with a survey of art covering more than 3,000 years and much of the Mediterranean. It comprises works of art from ancient Greece at different periods: Cycladic, Mycenaean, Geometric, and Classical, which features the greatest number of

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Get Involved Volunteers Docents Art Society Internships Friends of Judaic Art Gallery Friends of Greek Art Get Involved The NCMA depends on a dedicated corps of volunteers, docents, and interns to contribute their expertise and ideas in a variety of ways to strengthen the Museum’s connection to its community and to develop their own skills

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