Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

 

The Elma Lewis SFA Records, Archives and Special Collections

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The National Center of Afro-American Artists fosters and presents the finest in contemporary, visual and performing arts from the global Black world.

Through its teaching, visual and performing arts divisions, the NCAAA brings the best of the Black world to you.

NEW LIFE FOR KING ASPELTA CAMPAIGN

"Aspelta: A Nubian King's Burial Chamber" opened in 1994 as one of few permanent exhibitions in the United States focusing on ancient Kush and Nubia. Consisting of more than fifty original Nubian objects from the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and a dramatic scale recreation of Aspelta's burial chamber, the exhibition has become a popular feature of the museum with schools and adult groups and visitors.

We need to refresh the presentation, add a new timeline, and publish an expanded brochure to be provided to the public without charge. Your contribution will support these enhancements to the exhibition thus making it a more effective and exciting learning expereince for visitors.

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Located at 300 Walnut Avenue in Roxbury, The Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 1pm until 5pm. Adult admission to the Museum is $5.00. Senior and children admission is $4.00.

Group tours are available. Please call (617) 442-8014 or send an e-mail to cmurray@mfa.org for more information.

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