The Center for the Restoration of Ma'at invites you on a unique experience; an African Centered tour of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts.
Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Saturday, January 19
12 Noon - 3 PM
$30 for Adults; $20 for Children
While several museums feature comprehensive collections of Ancient Egyptian (Kemet) artifacts, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston also contains an extensive Kushitic (Nubian) collection. This unique feature allows us to discuss the relationship between two of the world's most import early civilizations. Major artifacts include world-renown statues of Kemetic King Menkaure and his Queen Khamerernebty II and the exquisite Het-Heru Headed crystal pendant from Nubia. See the impressive collection of ushabti statuettes which belong to the 25th Dynasty ruler, Taharqa.
This tour will provide a general overview of Ancient Kemetic and Nubian history while re-contextualizing Kemet as an African nation.
We will accomplish 3 objectives on this tour:
1) Develop an intimate portrayal of our ancient ancestors
2) Describe the major periods of Ancient Kemetic and Nubian History and Art
3) Explore the complex relationship between Kemet and Nubia over thousands of years
Don't miss this interactive multimedia tour which explores the African cradle of civilization! Your tour will run approximately 3 hours and will cost $30 for adults and $28 for students. Please RSVP as soon as possible as limited spaces are available. Pay via cash, money order, or credit online and on site. Please enter through the Linde Family Entrance at least 15 minutes prior!
Tour led by
Jabari Osaze, Heru DjedenMa'at Aten-Ra
To register or for more information, please visit:
Or Call (646) 853-0496
Spaces are very limited!
Please enter through the Linde Family Entrance of the
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston at 11:45 AM sharp!