In the September lecture for The Arts Society Gainsborough and District, Lucia Gahlin discussed ‘The Colossal Art and Architecture of Egypt’s Boldest Pharaoh’.
Ramesses II (c1279 – 1213 BCE) is known by many as ‘Ramesses the Great’. He left his mark throughout Egypt, building extraordinary temples (notably Abu Simbel and the Ramesseum), and adorning them with colossal statues of himself, his wives and mother.
Lucia Gahlin, renowned specialist in the archaeology of Egypt, explored the art and architecture of this particularly long reign, and pieced together the great achievements of this bold ruler during a golden age of Egypt’s pharaonic history.
The 5th October lecture welcomes Ed Linert speaking on ‘Music: The Beatles’ Liverpool’.
The Trinity Arts Centre (TAC) opens doors from 12.00pm with a bar for hot and cold drinks.
For membership enquiries or to book a light lunch at the TAC please email email@example.com by the preceding Monday.
The new programme for 2024 begins in February. Visitors are always welcome, but the Society would like you to join after a couple of visits. Entrance is £7.00 on the door.
For any further info contact Chairman Leslie Whiting on 07871 459803.