"Making Kiva Walls Speak: Interpreting Pueblo IV Kiva Murals"

Sponsored by AIA

AIA Society Event: Dallas-Fort Worth

Thursday, November 18, 2010 - 6:30pm

Location:
SMU, Owen Art Center/Meadows School of the Arts, Garson Screening Room 3531
6101 Bishop Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75275
United States

SMU, Owen Art Center/Meadows School of the Arts, Garson Screening Room 3531

AIA Regional Lecture by John Lunsford, former Director of the Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University and former Senior Curator of Non-western Art at the Dallas Museum of Art

Contact:
Kathy Windrow Galloway
kathyw@smu.edu

Voyage of the Dragons of the North

Sponsored by AIA Houston Society

AIA Society Event: Houston

Thursday, January 20, 2011 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Location:
Houston Museum of Natural Science
5555 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, TX 77030
United States

Terrorizing coastlines, dominating rivers, and exploring the oceans, the Vikings achieved remarkable feats in open ships with a single sail. A dramatic find of a 30-meter long warship lead to a four year building process and a trial voyage from Denmark to Ireland and back in the world's biggest reconstructed Viking longship. Set sail with Louise Henrikson, Curator of the Viking Ship Museum, Roskilde, Denmark, as she and her fellow sailers recreate the journey of the Sea Stallion, from wreck to archaeological experiment, from dream to reality.

Website: http://aia.houston.com

Contact:
Becky Lao
beckylao@att.net
713.364.6344

Voyages of the Middle Passage

Sponsored by AIA Houston Society

AIA Society Event: Houston

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday, November 18, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday, November 21, 2010 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Location:
Houston Museum of African-American Culture
4807 Caroline
Houston, TX 77004
United States

The Door of No Return - Nov. 17 Dr. Chris DeCourse relates his excavations at Elmina where thirty thousand slaves a year passed through the door of no return as they started a harrowing journey that lead to an uncertain life in the Americas. Discover the story of the first European slave castle, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A Slave Ship Speaks - Nov. 18 Follow Dr. David Moore as he dives to the sunken ship The Henrietta Marie, the oldest slave ship ever excaated. The site has yielded a multitude of artifacts that tell a haunting story of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and which is now a memorial to those who unwillingly gave their lives. Carry Me Back - A Legacy of Belief - Nov. 21 Discover how archaeological investigations into quarters of the enslaved at plantation sites has suggested that Africans and African-Americans develoepd a single-broad adaptation to enslavement, despite vastly different local conditions. Dr. Ken Brown will focus on the transformations in religious and spiritual practices from Africa to America over more than 200 years.

Website: http://aia-houston.com

Contact:
Becky Lao
beckylao@att.net
713.364.6344

Voyages of Monsoons and Gold

Sponsored by AIA Houston Society

AIA Society Event: Houston

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 - 6:30pm

Location:
The Houston Museum of Natural Science
5555 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, TX 77030
United States

Beginning in the Roman period, a maritime silk route developed in the Indian Ocean, leading to a medieval global economy. Find out how the monsoon winds brought about trade in fabulous silks, spices, incense, pearls,ivory, and gem stones from China to India, the Arabic world, and the West. These winds not only propelled shifts in ideas, technology, and beliefs, but also created the "graveyard of gold."

Website: http://aia-houston.com

Contact:
Becky Lao
beckylao@att.net
713.364.6344

Harena sine calce ("Sand without lime"): Building Disasters, Incompetent Architects, and Construction Fraud in Ancient Rome

AIA Society Event: Lubbock

Wednesday, February 23, 2011 - 5:35pm

Location:
Texas Tech University, English/Philosophy Building 0001
Flint and 15th St.
Lubbock, TX 79409
United States

Lecturer: John Peter Oleson

Abstract: Harena sine calce ("Sand without lime"): Building Disasters, Incompetent Architects, and Construction Fraud in Ancient Rome

Norton Lecture

Ice Age Art: A Look at the Visual Cultures of the Pleistocene

AIA Society Event: Lubbock

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 - 5:35pm

Location:
Texas Tech University, English/Philosophy Building 0001
Flint and 15th St.
Lubbock, TX 70409
United States

Lecturer: April Nowell

Abstract: Ice Age Art: A Look at the Visual Cultures of the Pleistocene

The Archaeology of Beer

AIA Society Event: College Station

Monday, November 1, 2010 - 5:30pm

Location:
Texas A&M University, Evans Library 204E
College Station, TX
United States

Lecturer: Christine Hastorf

Abstract: The Archaeology of Beer

Anawalt Lecture

Floods of the Tiber in Ancient Rome: The Eternal City Goes Under

AIA Society Event: Central Texas (Austin)

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 - 8:00pm

Location:
University of Texas--Austin, ART 1.110
Austin, TX
United States

Lecturer: Gregory S. Aldrete

Abstract: Floods of the Tiber in Ancient Rome: The Eternal City Goes Under

Harena sine calce ("Sand without lime"): Building Disasters, Incompetent Architects, and Construction Fraud in Ancient Rome

AIA Society Event: College Station

Thursday, February 24, 2011 - 7:00pm

Location:
Texas A&M University, Architecture C105
College Station, TX
United States

Lecturer: John Peter Oleson

Abstract: Harena sine calce ("Sand without lime"): Building Disasters, Incompetent Architects, and Construction Fraud in Ancient Rome

Norton Lecture

Contact:
AIA

The Roman City of Zeugma (Turkey) Conservation Project - CANCELLED

AIA Society Event: Central Texas (Austin)

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 - 8:00pm

Location:

Lecturer: Roberto Nardi

Abstract: The Roman City of Zeugma (Turkey) Conservation Project

This Kress Lecture has been CANCELLED, and will be rescheduled for next season.

Contact:
AIA

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