THE ETERNAL EYE is an exhibition that reflects the desire to see the
establishment of a new Egyptian society, in the wake of the January 25
Revolution, that inherently respects and honors religious diversity.
"Memory of Egypt," an exhibit of art fabrics by longtime ARCE member Nancy Arthur Hoskins of Eugene, Oregon, spent the month of July at the Sarratt Art Gallery at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennesse.
ARCE member Salima Ikram is featured, along with the Brooklyn Museum (an ARCE Institutional Member), in a wonderful article about a resurgence in the serious study of animal mummies.
ARCE's Northern California Chapter, based in Berkeley, made headlines today on the popular Alameda Patch blog. The article, "More than Mummies: Archaeologists Bring Egypt Alive in the Classroom," details the chapter's innovative new program which helps send professional Egyptologists into local middle school classrooms.
As the U.S. lifts its travel warning for Egypt, Business Insider reports why the present moment is such a wonderful time to be a tourist in Egypt.
Just five weeks after the January 25 Revolution and the resignation of
President Mubarak on February 11, Egyptians went to the polls to vote
on a referendum for constitutional change.
A recent Wall Street Journal article sings the praises of traveling (with kids!) in Egypt, post-revolution.
A fascinating article on the potential tourist draws of the "new Egypt."
A fun, interesting travel piece on the restoration and revitalization of the Darb al-Ahmar section of Historic Cairo, in which ARCE's conservation work on Bayt al-Razzaz palace gets a mention.
The Annual Meeting of the Archaeological
Institute of America (AIA) was held in San Antonio, Texas (also home to
ARCE's U.S. office) January 7-9, and ARCE had a strong presence at the