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Read about ways to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. around the Philadelphia region today.

Last minute guide to the 2017 MLK Day of Service in Philadelphia

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Penn Museum
01/15/2017 at 17:45. Facebook
The Penn Cultural Heritage Center at the Penn Museum is engaged in community-based archaeological projects across the world. This Thursday at 12:30 pm, PennCHC Consulting Scholars Elizabeth Greene (Brock University), Justin Leidwanger (Stanford University), and University of Pennsylvania faculty members Salam Al Kuntar, Brian I. Daniels, and Richard M. Leventhal report on their current field...
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Community Based Cultural Heritage in Practice

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Penn Museum
01/13/2017 at 20:15. Facebook
The newly-launched Digital Penn Museum gives you access to a vast array of resources about human history and culture—including hundreds of videos comprising archival film footage from sites and communities throughout the world.

Travel the Early-20th-Century World in Over 700 Films from the Penn Museum Archives

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Penn Museum
01/12/2017 at 22:35. Facebook
Take a wide-ranging look at past, current, and future threats to the world’s cultural heritage during a free panel discussion next Thursday, January 19 at 6:00 pm. Panelists include art historian Maxwell Anderson, former Director of the Dallas Museum of Art, who signs copies of his newest book, "Antiquities: What Everyone Needs to Know" (on sale in the Museum Shop), following the discussion.

Antiquities: What Everyone Needs to Know

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01/12/2017 at 17:12. Facebook
Our Evening Expedition for children and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities is just under a month away! This special event offers a hands-on look into the lives of the ancients through active, engaging, multi-sensory activities. Discounts are now available for groups of 10 or more, so make an evening of it with your family and your friends. Watch our new Video Social...
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Penn Museum
01/11/2017 at 15:15. Facebook
Bring the family and explore Chinese culture during our annual Chinese New Year Celebration, Saturday, January 21! The festive day features traditional Chinese music, contemporary Asian film and Asian American art, zodiac gallery tours, family crafts and much more.

Annual Chinese New Year Celebration

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Penn Museum
01/11/2017 at 14:15. Facebook
Today, we wish a happy birthday to the late Alexander Stirling Calder, a Philadelphia sculptor whose art has adorned the grounds of the Penn Museum for nearly a century.

Penn Museum Blog | Happy 147th Birthday, Alexander Stirling Calder

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Penn Museum
01/10/2017 at 21:10. Facebook
The Pre-Columbian Society at the Penn Museum presents a free public lecture this Saturday, January 14. Dr. Debora Trein, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Archaeological and Tropical Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, speaks about public monumental spaces at the ancient Maya site of La Milpa in Northwest Belize.

A Community and Its Temple: Community Impact at a Public Monumental Space at La Milpa

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01/10/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Hauntingly beautiful soundscapes, looming shadows, ancient artifacts, and world-class new music come together in "Black Angels and Secrets: An Extraordinary Evening with the Daedalus Quartet," presented this Friday, January 13 in the Museum's towering rotunda.

SOLD OUT! - Black Angels and Secrets with the Daedalus Quartet

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Our "In the Artifact Lab" may be on hiatus until April, but our conservators are still hard at work behind the scenes. Conservation intern Julia Commander writes about her pre-treatment analysis of a painted wooden statue, a type often found in high-status burials from Egypt's 19th Dynasty.

Ptah-Sokar-Osiris and Treating Painted Surfaces | In the Artifact Lab

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The new Digital Penn Museum highlights some of the most iconic objects in our collections with in-depth descriptions of their history and significance. Read about the Puteoli Marble Block, an artifact from the Imperial Roman Period that speaks to the power of propaganda in antiquity.

The Puteoli Marble Block | Digital Penn Museum

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Penn Museum members are invited for an exclusive tour of the Museum's China Gallery next Friday, January 13 at 12:00 pm, led by Asian Section Assistant Curator Dr. Adam Smith. Registration is required; RSVP by email at membership@pennmuseum.org or by phone at 215.898.5093.

Members-Only Tour: China Gallery Highlights

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Tomorrow (Sunday) from 1-4pm, kids and families can drop in and enjoy our first Family Second Sunday Workshop of the year! Participants can take inspiration from the Mexico and Central America Gallery and create their own tattoo design, and discover ancient Maya adornments during a Look and Learn gallery tour at 1:00 and 3:00 pm. The workshop is free with Museum General Admission, and is...
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Family Second Sunday Workshops

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Snowy serenity in the Warden Garden at the Penn Museum.
Join us to discover Chinese culture at our next "Archaeological Adventures" Homeschool Day on Wednesday, January 11! Students and families can enjoy guided tours and interactive workshops, explore the Zodiac calendar, practice writing Chinese characters, or create a traditional paper cutting decoration. Click to find out more!

"Archaeological Adventures" Homeschool Day: Celebrating Chinese New Year

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This seated figure of Sakyamuni Buddha, ca. 1279–1368 CE, on display in our China Gallery, shows the Buddha in meditation. Sakyamuni is the honorific name for Siddhartha Gautama (563–483 BCE), also known as the historical Buddha. Crafted during the period of Mongolian rule in China, the facial features suggest connections with Nepalese Buddhism. More on this object: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Introducing the Digital Penn Museum—a new, online portal created to provide the public with easy access to our collections, scholarship, and programs like lectures, symposia, and more. Click to start exploring.

The Digital Penn Museum

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Celebrate Friday the 13th in the Penn Museum’s breathtaking Chinese Rotunda with the Daedalus Quartet, Penn’s internationally renowned string quartet in residence. Get tickets: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Daedalus Quartet

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Found in 2003 in Indonesia, Homo floresiensis is the smallest adult skeletal in the whole of human evolutionary history. This Wednesday, January 4 at 6:00 pm, Dr. Janet Monge, Associate Curator-in-Charge and Keeper of our Physical Anthropology Section, discusses this extinct species in an evening lecture.

The Hobbits of Flores Island: Myth, Magic, Majesty of Homo floresiensis

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