Weekday Sketchers at Brooklyn Museum on WEDNESDAY to See Women's Transformation Into Men After Death.
This is not a "ripped from the tabloids headline" but the exhibit in the Brooklyn Museum's renowned Egyptian Collection: A Woman's Afterlife, Gender Transformation in Ancient Egypt.
In order for women to make the transition to the afterlife, it was believed that they had to be changed into men after they died. Join us on WEDNESDAY to see how they did it! This exhibit contains 27 items from the museum's collection depicting the magical intervention that gave women the male powers to transform themselves after death so that they could safely enter the afterlife and rebirth.
DATE: WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2018
(Please note the change of date and venue from the published schedule. Sorry for any inconvenience)
START TIME: 11:00 AM (opening time for the museum)
LOCATION: BROOKLYN MUSEUM OF ART
200 EASTERN PARKWAY
The museum has a Suggested Price policy. You can pay what you want to at the entrance.
We will meet in the lobby at 11:00 and wait a few minutes for people to gather. If you are coming after 11:15 please go directly to the exhibit on the 3rd floor.
TRANSPORTATION: 2 OR 3 SUBWAY TO EASTERN PARKWAY.
Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking for us? Call/text Raylie at 201-978-6387. Bring a stool and some lunch (or purchase it at the cafe).