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November Object of the Month

Nov 21, 2018, 11:30am Nov 29, 2018, 11:30am
Presented by: Docent Isabel Ballerna Description: The subjects of angels and archangels have been an important source of inspiration for humankind since the 4th Century. Join Docent Isabel Ballerna for an exploration on the importance of these subjects during the Spanish Colonial Period in the Americas and the influence on other cultures and religions, with a special interest on the intriguing Object of the Month, El Arcángel Salamiel con Arcabuz (The Archangel Salamiel with a Musket). Please note the lecture on November 10 is in Spanish. For questions, contact Image: El Arcángel Salamiel con Arcabuz (The Archangel Salamiel with a Musket) by Unknown, 19th Century. Oil on canvas. Gift of Gerr... (View more)

Arizona Costume Institute Holiday Luncheon featuring Stephen Jones

Dec 3, 2018, 11am
The ACI Holiday Luncheon will be held December 3, 2018, at Phoenix Art Museum. Queue the drumroll: the 2018 Holiday Luncheon speaker is Stephen Jones! Mr. Jones is one of the finest milliners of our time. Since the early 1980’s, Stephen Jones has collaborated with designers from Vivienne Westwood to Claude Montana. Currently collaborating with Thom Browne and Christian Dior, Jones’ hats have been and continue to be an integral component in some of the most memorable runway spectacles of the past quarter-century. You may have spotted his creations at this year’s Royal wedding, on view in exhibitions at The Met or donning the heads of his celebrity clientele. Paris Ticket - $1000 Milan Ticket - $500  NYC Ticket - $350&... (View more)

Sacred Animals, Sacred Places, Ritualized Landscapes at Teotihuacan

Dec 8, 2018, 1pm
Free for Members For non-Members, ticket price reflects General Admission Due to popular demand, we’ve added an additional lecture by archaeologist Nawa Sugiyama (Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, George Mason University) who will present a 40-minute lecture on the sacred animals, sacred places, and ritualized landscapes at Teotihuacan.    Nawa Sugiyama joined the Sociology and Anthropology Department as Assistant Professor at George Mason University in Spring, 2016. She received her Ph.D. in Anthropology at Harvard University in 2014, where she continued on to become a Peter Buck Post-doctoral Fellow at the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution. For her dissertati... (View more)

Indigenous Astronomy Lecture and Workshop

Dec 12, 2018, 6pm
Free for Members For non-Members: Lecture is $5, lecture and workshop is $10   Please note that space is limited for the workshop and prior registration is highly recommended.   Dr. David Koerner, Professor of Astronomy at Northern Arizona University, will present a 45-minute overview of Indigenous cosmogony, archaeoastronomy, and the astronomies of native peoples from the American Southwest. After the talk Dr. Koerner will teach the underlying mechanics of sky watching with hands-on demonstrations and tutorials.    Dr. Koerner teaches Indigenous Astronomy at Northern Arizona University and uses space and ground-based telescopes to study the properties of planetesimal disks around nearby st... (View more)