A Captive Audience? The impact of accessing Egyptian art and material culture in prisons

Lecture | McCrum Lecture Theatre

Wednesday 22 February 2012 - 19:30 until 21:30

Sally-Ann Ashton

The final lecture in a four-part series held at McCrum Lecture Theatre. Sally-Ann Aston is Senior Assistant Keeper in the Department of Antiques at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, and has curatorial responsibility for Ancient Egypt and Sudan.

Sally-Ann Aston was awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council Knowledge Transfer Fellowship (2007–9) to work full time with prison education departments, and will discuss her findings on the impact of Egyptian art and artefacts in prisons in this lecture.

Venue information

McCrum Lecture Theatre

Entry details

Tickets £12 per lecture of £40 for all four, includes a glass of wine.

Contact J Calhoun 01223 300887

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