See the museum collection after hours. This summer, the museum added motion sens…

See the museum collection after hours. This summer, the museum added motion sensors to the lights on the periphery of the museum. Now you can see hundreds of objects from the collection anytime Gilman Hall is open by simply walking by and triggering our motion sensors. Thank you to our wonderful undergraduate staff -- Wolfgang Alders, Elise Ansher, Kierra Foley, Alessandra Villareal and Gabriela Morillo -- for making this video.


Museum Lights [HD]

object 1

A student measures objects in the museum collection.

some info about the object

The Archaeological Museum will be open the hour before and an hour after the AIA…

The Archaeological Museum will be open the hour before and an hour after the AIA talk this Friday (see below). Come feast your eyes and your minds starting at 4:00pm.

September 23rd is the first Baltimore Society of the Archaeological Institute of…

September 23rd is the first Baltimore Society of the Archaeological Institute of America event of the year. Art History Professor, Pier Luigi Tucci of Johns Hopkins will be speaking. Refreshments will be served beforehand at 4:30. This lecture will be held in Gilman Hall Room 132. We look forward to seeing you there.


AIA Event Listings - Red-Painted Stones in Greek and Roman Architecture -
www.archaeological.org
Location: Gilman Hall Room 132, The Marjorie Fisher Auditorium on the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus Baltimore, MD United States

We will be closed this Monday due to Labor Day. We will be open 10:30-1:30 tomo…

We will be closed this Monday due to Labor Day. We will be open 10:30-1:30 tomorrow and next Tuesday if you'd like to see the collection. Enjoy the holiday!!