Saturday, October 10, 2015
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Professor Massimo Osanna, Superintendent of the Archaeological Site of Pompeii and Special Superintendence for Pompeii, Herculaneum and Stabia, joins us to discuss the extraordinary art of Pompeii and its impact on Italian history and culture.
Toronto's most unique social destination is back with a new season of drinks, food, and live music. Dance the night away among our fossils and rub elbows with history.
Celebrate the closing of Pompeii: In the Shadow of the Volcano with a gastronomic extravaganza of Neopolitan food and drink.
Curators will take us around the world to discover how men and women in many cultures adorned themselves - in ancient Egypt, Africa, China, North America and places in between. It is a long history from feathers to bone to modern accessories such as today’s jewellery.
Go behind closed doors in the ancient metropolis of Pompeii. From bathhouses and prostitutes, to villas and erotic artwork, Dr. Paul Roberts explores the private side of life in the Roman world.
Finding our inner monkey: Canada-China relations in 2016
Tickets on sale to RPC/YPC Members October 7
TIckets on sale to Members October 9
Tickets on sale to General Public October 10