10 – 14 January 2022, online and in-person, Melbourne, VIC.
Course convenor: Dr Christopher Gribbin
Spend a week this January with Melbourne’s Hellenic Museum, exploring the spectacular and fascinating world of the ancient to early medieval Greeks and Romans. The Hellenic Museum Summer School offers a series of informative, relaxed and entertaining short courses. Anyone is welcome!
Sessions will take place online and in person. People taking part online can participate live or watch recorded lectures at a time of their convenience.
If you’d like to attend some or all sessions in person, please enrol via this link.
Four subjects are on offer:
- The Ancient Adriatic: Trade, Colonisation and Conflict (1000 – 1100 daily)
- Understanding Greek Theatre Like an Ancient Greek (1130 – 1230 daily)
- Architecture from Pagan Rome to Christianity (1330 – 1430 daily)
- At Home with the Greeks and Romans (1500 – 1600 daily)
Each subject consists of five 1-hour sessions, delivered across the five days.
Participants can enrol in one, two, three or all four courses. A discount applies if enrolling in all courses. One course is $155 (full) / $125 (concession).
For further details, please visit the website.