Join us for our "Art History Illustrated" talk series, held the third Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. This monthly illustrated talk series is presented by Associate Professor Brenda Edgar, Fine Art Department, Jefferson Community and Technical College, in partnership with the Carnegie Center for Art and History.
Thursday, October 21
“Akhenaten, The Human Pharaoh”
The Ancient Egyptian king Akhenaten was unusual for his apparent androgyny and his heretical religious ideas. He was also the only pharaoh to cultivate a public image as an affectionate family man rather than a terrifying god. Presented by Assoc. Prof. Brenda Edgar, Fine Art Department, Jefferson Community and Technical College. Registration required.
Image: Detail of Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and Their Three Daughters, limestone, c. 1345 BCE. Neues Museum, Berlin, Germany.
- Presented By: Carnegie Center for Art & History
- Dates: October 21, 2021
- Location: Carnegie Center for Art & History
- Address: 201 East Spring Street, New Albany, IN 47150
- Phone: 812-944-7336
- Time: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
- Price: Free