Excited to introduce a new project this fall on the facial reconstruction of ancient Egyptian mummies stewarded by the museum. Curator Sanchita..
We are proud to place our Safe Zone symbol on the museum’s doors. Our professional staff completed the Johns Hopkins University Safe Zone training..
The film “Mysteries of the Kylix” made at the Archaeological Museum and Baltimore Clayworks for the 2015 course “Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics”..
Update: We were optimistic that our little renovation project would stay little, but it has spread itself around the museum a bit more than anticipated…
The work of the team working on reverse engineering ancient Greek ceramics continues. Here’s an image of Patricia McGuiggan of Johns Hopkins..
The terracotta dolphin in the JHUAM was most likely a mold-made child’s rattle. The dolphin is shown in profile with raised tail and snout, pronounced fins, lateral gill-like grooves, and an S-curve body. Given its gentle demeanor and elegant form, the dolphin was viewed as man’s special friend and became a popular subject in Greek […]Read more