Learn more about these past events and programs below.
Obelisks, which were placed at the entrances to temples, were prominent features of Egyptian architecture. They played a vital role in Egyptian mythology and religion. Each obelisk was created from a single huge block of quarried granite weighing many tons.
Listen to this artist talk entitled "Cannupa Hanska Luger: Artist as Social Engineer" in which the contemporary Indigenous artist discusses his practice and the collaboration and social engagement at its core, from his recent Something to Hold Onto installation at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museu
Emily Whitehead, PhD candidate in the Art History Department, and Kaitlyn Wright, Andrew W. Mellon Advanced Fellow in Objects Conservation, discuss a model of a wooden Egyptian boat from the Middle Kingdom.
Megan O'Neil, faculty curator of the Art of the Americas and curator for the Carlos Museum's presentation of Each/Other: Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger, hosted a pre-screening conversation with the creators of Sweet Land, the winner of the 2021 Music Critics Association of North America's Be
Listen in to a conversation with curators John Lukavic from the Denver Art Museum and Megan O'Neil from the Carlos Museum and contemporary Indigenous artists Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger whose work is featured in the exhibition Each/Other.