Join us Saturday, December 14 @ 4pm for a special tour of the exhibition What in the World is a Grain Mummy? with fellow Canadian, Egyptologist, and exhibition curator Dr. Caroline Rocheleau at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
Introductory remarks Inspirations from Sports Life in Ancient Egypt by Andrea Carska-Sheppard, Corporate General Counsel and Sports Arbitrator.
Meet at the North Carolina Museum of Art West Building Information Desk 2110 Blue Ridge Road Raleigh, NC 27607 Saturday, December 14 @ 4pm Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of the tour.
After the visit, we will retreat for a drink and networking The Oak 4035 Lake Boone Trail Raleigh, NC 27607
As Canadians living in the US, we’re especially attuned to how immigration has shaped the nation and remains a central commonality many Americans share.
Recently, this topic has come to the forefront of the American consciousness. The upcoming HOME IS DISTANT SHORES film festival features eleven fictional and documentary films focusing on refugee and immigrant experiences. The event will take place at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh over three evenings:
October 2, 2019 7-9:30PM My Story: Five short films of personal experience followed by a panel discussion with immigrants and refugees moderated by WUNC’s Jason DeBruyn.
October 9, 2019 7-9:30PM New Shores: Five short films of life in a new country followed by a a panel discussion with organizations who serve refugees and immigrants moderated by WUNC’s Anita Rao.
October 16, 2019 7-9:30PM Parallel Parking: Feature film by Aby Rao followed by a reception with series participants and filmmakers.