And we're on the JHU Hub too!
http://hub.jhu.edu/2015/05/07/recreating-ancient-greek-ceramics


Johns Hopkins students recreate an iconic ancient Greek kylix
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Students collaborate with expert ceramics artists to recreate the iconic red-figure kylix
The very last blog post--this time by Ross Brendle--for the course "Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics" just went up. Though the course itself it over, we've planned continuing research, so stay tuned! And speaking of tuned, tune in to WYPR at 5:44pm today to hear Ross and two other students from the course discuss their experience on the radio.
http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/the-collection/object-stories/recreating-ancient-greek-ceramics/week-14-wrapping-up-looking-ahead/


Week 14–Wrapping Up, Looking Ahead | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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Week 14–Wrapping Up, Looking Ahead By Ross Brendle Week 14–Wrapping Up, Looking Ahead Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics The Pederastic Gaze in Two Greek Vases Kylix attributed to the Antiphon Painter Kylix attributed to the Proto-Panaitian Group Kylix attributed to Douris Kylix attributed to the Kis…
Airing today on WYPR (88.1FM), Baltimore's NPR station, at 5:44pm is the student written and read installment about the course "Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics". Listen up for Ross Brendle, Anna Soifer and Savannah de Montesquoiu! http://mdhc.org/programs/humanities-connection/on-air-segments/


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We bid a fond farewell to our museum staffers Alex Sivitskis, Elisabeth Campbell, Ali Tretter and Phil Montgomery and drank in some ancient(ish) cups. Yay to the end of the semester!


Museum Party!
We bid a fond farewell to our museum staffers Alex Sivitskis, Elisabeth Campbell, Ali Tretter and Phil Montgomery and drank in some ancient(ish) cups. Yay to the end of the semester!
You know you'll miss these weekly posts from the spring course, "Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics". But not to worry, we'll have one last blog post by Ross Brendle coming up, and more updates on our class website. For our last session, we had student presentations and heard our upcoming radio segment on WYPR and saw a sneak peek of the film being made of our class by Bernadette Wegenstein, Allen Moore and Maxwell Anderson.


Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics: Final Class Meeting
You know you'll miss these weekly posts from the spring course, "Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics". But not to worry, we'll have one last blog post by Ross Brendle coming up, and more updates on our class website. For our last session, we had student presentations and heard our upcoming radio segment on @[28988808979:274:WYPR] and saw a sneak peek of the film being made of our class by @[484874094999762:274:Bernadette Wegenstein], Allen Moore and @[108089935886011:274:Maxwell Anderson].


This time we examined them through the lens of statistical analysis as presented by Dr. Philip Sapirstein and through x-ray fluorescence analysis by the portable XRF. All images courtesy of Travis Schmauss.


A final look at ancient Greek ceramics
This time we examined them through the lens of statistical analysis as presented by Dr. Philip Sapirstein and through x-ray fluorescence analysis by the portable XRF. All images courtesy of Travis Schmauss.
Our final student blogpost from the course "Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics" comes from Travis Schmauss. We're back to thinking about the lives of the ancient potters--Makron, Douris and others--and attempted some portable x-ray fluorescence analysis as well.
http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/the-collection/object-stories/recreating-ancient-greek-ceramics/week-13-the-potters-themselves/


Week 13–The Potters Themselves | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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Week 13–The Potters Themselves By Travis Schmauss Week 13–The Potters Themselves Hi, I’m Travis. I’m a junior in the Materials Science & Engineering undergrad program, and I harbor a special interest in what I call “heritage materials.” I only happened upon “Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics” when s…
Johns Hopkin University has canceled classes on the Homewood campus so the museum will be closed today.
Johns Hopkin University has delayed classes on the Homewood campus until noon so the museum will be opening at noon today.