Festival’s cherished Lisanby Museum will be presenting a remarkable and visionary exhibition opening on Wednesday, April 4th from 3-5 p.m. Student Curator Fiona Wirth’s culmination of her Honors Capstone project will feature the theme: Adoration and Art: Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, within the Lisanby’s gallery.
This showing will feature objects from the three chosen Mediterranean cultures that are highlighted in the exhibition. Wirth’s moving exhibition will have a reception and tour, so don’t miss out on encompassing yourself in fine art and the cultural atmosphere surrounding it!
The artworks will feature objects like statues, coins, and religious objects, showing the culture’s connections to sacred places within their home settings. These items range in date from 1365 BCE to 200 CE and additionally showcase diversity in their materials.
You should not miss out on this unique exhibition, so swing by starting April 4th and learn more about these rich cultures! For more information on the Lisanby Museum in Festival, please visit: https://www.jmu.edu/madisonart/galleries/lisanby-museum.shtml