Try on ancient Egyptian style costumes and create your own jewellery this Easter holiday at our Crafts and Costumes children’s workshops!
Discover the different types of clothing worn in ancient Egypt and how they were made as you dress up as temple dancers, farmers and even the Pharaoh. Handle real objects made by the ancient Egyptians and learn the skills needed to make the magical amulets used during mummification. Then create your very own Egyptian collars and crowns to take home with you!
(The same workshop is repeated each day)
Parents are to drop children off in the morning and collect them at the end of the workshop. Please provide your children with a packed lunch.
The Early Dynastic Period spans the five centuries preceding the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza. This was the formative period of ancient Egyptian civilization, and it witnessed the creation of a distinctive culture that was to endure for 3,000 years.
This five-week course examines the earliest periods of Egyptian history, from the Palaeolithic Period through to the first pharaohs. It discusses the formation of the Egyptian state, the earliest rulers, the origins of Egyptian religion, the art and architecture, and burial customs.
In order to be as accessible as possible, this 5-week course will be run twice, with sessions taking place via Zoom:
A week before the course starts you will be emailed the Zoom link, which can be used for both sessions. Therefore, participants will have the option of attending either day, or both!
This course costs £40, with fees going directly to supporting the Egypt Centre. In particular, the funds will be used to support the development of the Egypt Centre displays. Additionally, participants have the option of adding an extra donation if they wish. Donations, of course, are greatly appreciated! Once you have booked, you will automatically receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite.
If you haven’t received anything within 24 hours, please contact Ken at email@example.com
The We Need to Talk series brings together leading specialists to discuss hot topics in Egyptological research, and in particular themes that relate directly to current global issues. The aim is to inform, educate, raise awareness, and to encourage deeper interdisciplinary engagement because – we need to talk.
As with all IntEg events, participation is free and open to the general public (via Zoom). Audience members will be invited to submit questions for discussion via social media before the event, and will also be able to ask questions to the experts during the live events.
As well as the events above, you will find more to do on our learning from home page