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The Roam From Home are FREE live interactive programs for adults that are held in collaboration with CILC and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum).

 
                                                                    

The Roam from Home programs have been generously underwritten by the University of Pennsylvania

Open to all, the Penn Museum is home to remarkable objects and powerful stories that emerge from its excavations and research across the world. Connect with the cultures of Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Mediterranean, from the very first cities of the Middle East to the pharaohs of ancient Egypt; from early Mexico to the lives of Native American communities today. Experience the richness of the ancient past, gain an understanding of our shared humanity, and find your own place in the arc of human history.

"I have watched 3 of these and hope you can continue all summer. I stay home as the governor requests and these are a highlight to my day!" - Vine LifeLong Learner Participant 


   today to help CILC continue to provide FREE programming to students, teachers, families and LifeLong Learners. 
 
 
 

Museum Insider: Interactive Virtual Learning

by Penn Museum

How do you connect with schools and visitors that cannot come physically to Museum? Join Allyson Mitchell, Outreach Programs Manager at the Penn Museum for an inside look into bringing the museum experience into a virtual world. Allyson has been developing and delivering programs in the virtual format for over a decade. Hear about the changes in the field, how to she has built distance learning studios, and how she develops live virtual events.

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

5:30 PM EST


Invisible Beauty: The Art of Archaeological Science

by Penn Museum

When people imagine archaeologists, they often picture someone working in the field, but new discoveries are constantly happening in the laboratory. Using instruments to reveal the microscopic and hidden world, archaeologists and anthropologists are able to answer questions related to technology, use, trade, diet, health, and the environment. Join us as we go under the microscope and bring this often-overlooked vantage point to life! Penn Ph.D. Candidate in Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World, Janelle Sadarananda, will uncover how these large format images of archaeological materials illuminate the astoundingly beautiful world around us, evoking a sense of wonder at multiple scales.

Monday, May 24, 2021

2:00 PM EST


Global Voyagers: Expedition Africa

by Penn Museum

Join the crew for a digital journey around the continent of Africa! Explore a kingdom so rich they used gold dust for money. Discover the central role African civilizations have always played in world history! Your fellow voyagers will help you explore along the way! These virtual tours are highly interactive, with built-in polls and quizzes to keep you guessing till the very end.

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

11:00 AM EST


Museum Insider: Communicating the Museum During COVID-19

by Penn Museum

How do you communicate a Museum in a way that is inclusive, inspiring, and educational? What goes into engaging different types of audiences to experience world-renowned collections, exciting exhibitions, and vibrant programming all year round––both in onsite and online spaces? How can arts and culture continue to serve the public in environments grappling and recovering from COVID-19? Join Jo Tiongson-Perez, Director of Marketing and Communications at the Penn Museum, for an inside look into bringing museum stories to life––from strategy and launch to analytics and constant pivoting in our new normal. With 16 years of experience in launching award-winning campaigns for corporations and nonprofits in Asia and the U.S., Jo led marketing and social media at the Barnes Foundation for seven years before joining the Penn Museum.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

5:30 PM EST