YUAG and Archaia Present: “Sights and Sounds of Ancient Ritual” Open November 9-March 3
In the ancient world, religious rituals were multisensory experiences, filled with vibrantly colored representations of supernatural beings, resonant musical sounds, billowing clouds of incense, and the taste of food and drink. Sights and Sounds of Ancient Ritual considers the ways in which these rituals appealed to the senses through objects that would have drawn worshippers into closer proximity to divine forces. See the YUAG website for full article.
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Yale News Bio on Carolyn Laferriere
“Sights and Sounds of Ancient Ritual,” the new exhibit at the Yale University Art Gallery, began with the vision of one person: Carolyn Laferrière GRD ’17.
The exhibition, which features artwork from Greece, Rome, Western Europe, Egypt, West Africa, the Near East, China and Mesoamerica between 1500 BCE and 1500 CE, focuses on the sights and sounds of religious rituals throughout antiquity. See Yale Daily News website for full article.