We offer a number of events and courses for adults who wish to learn about ancient Egypt.
Join us for our monthly Curator’s Talks where our Curator will discuss a topic and lead a handling session, giving you a chance to hold ancient Egyptian artefacts, some of which are usually kept in our stores!
To view and book our upcoming talks, click here
The Egypt Centre holds a series of 10 week courses every year on many different themes. These are taught by Dr Ken Griffin, Collections Access Manager and former Lecturer at Swansea University. These courses give you the chance to study a topic in depth. Each session includes a handling session which gives you a chance to hold and study our objects up close.
Length of course: 10 x 2 hour sessions
To view our current courses, click here
For more information or to book please contact:
Ken Griffin, Collections Access Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call the main office on (01792) 295960
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Egypt Centre’s Annual Conference went digital, with speakers kindly agreeing to give their presentations via Zoom.
The Egypt Centre hosts a range of events aimed at adults which range from talks, wine tastings to movie nights.
To see our upcoming events, click here
For more information about our events please contact
Rex Wale, Events and Development Officer on S.R.Wale@Swansea.ac.uk
The Egypt Centre offers an outreach service which caters to adult learners. We are happy to work with groups to meet your needs. We have given talks to a number of groups including the WI, U3A, local societies and church groups.
Price for talks: £25
The Egypt Centre offers group visits facilitated by the Museum. This can include a tour, talks and object handling.
Cost: varies depending on group needs
For more information about educational visits please contact:
Hannah Sweetapple, Learning and Engagement Officer: email@example.com or (01792) 602668
or ring the main office (01792) 295960.