ETERNAL STYLE: ANCIENT EGYPTIAN INFLUENCE IN MODERN TIMES
Find how ancient Egypt style has influenced arts and culture in 20th Century design, costume and films.Â “Eternal Style: Fashion and Decorative Arts in Ancient Egypt and Their Influence into Modern Times” is a mini-symposium co-producedÂ by the CSO with the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (SSEA).
There will be lectures by experts in the field, with a break for lunch after the first two ofÂ four speakers; these include talks by Martha Mann, freelance costume and set designer for film and stage, and Brian Musselwhite, curator of the ROM’s European Department.
Saturday 26 March 2011, starting 10:00am. Room 1050, 5 Bancroft Avenue, University of Toronto,Â $5 CSO and SSAE members; $10 non-members; rsvp to Suzanne McLean, 416-979-7799 ext 227.
Bancroft Avenue is accessible from Huron Street near Spadina Crescent.Â More information:Â email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 647-520-4339.