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UCLA professor develops digital resources for study of ancient Egypt


Willeke Wendrich first developed an interest in ancient Egyptian archaeology as a 20-year-old undergraduate student. Now an esteemed faculty member in UCLA’s Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, she’s made a career out of her lifelong passion and has managed to intertwine her fascination with the power of multimedia with her research on an ancient civilization. Willeke Wendrich stands with a headless statue of Ramses at… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit […]

Blame the Crowd, Not the Camera: Challenges to a New Open Photo Policy at the National Gallery


Reader, I was wrong. Five years ago, I wrote a post arguing that museum photo policies should be as open as possible. I believe that the ability to take photographs (no flash) in a museum greatly increases many people’s abilities to personalize, memorialize, and enjoy the experience. I still feel that way. Mostly. But this past week, a string of stories from London have changed my perspective. The posts come from an aptly-named blog: Grumpy Art […]

Antiquities of Ionia (Society of Dilettanti)


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