"Dining and Dancing: Etruscan Funeral Art": Feb. 27 lecture

Much of our knowledge of the pre-Roman Etruscan civilization comes from their tombs. Music, dancing, feasting: All were featured in their funerary art. The famous Sarcophagus of the Spouses, for example, shows a couple sharing a banqueting couch.

Join us for a close-up look at these fascinating ritual objects in "Dining and Dancing: Etruscan Funeral Art" with art historian Rebecca Albiani. The lecture will be held Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

Albiani was featured last year in Italo-Americano newspaper. Read more about her art background and her lively lectures in this Italo-Americano article: italoamericanodigital1262017_selected-pages


So if you dig Etruscan tomb art, join us at this Feb. 27 lecture. It is FREE to SPSCA members. RSVP here if you are a member.

The cost is $5 for non-members. Pay online here.

Date: Tuesday, February 27

Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: 1120 8th Avenue, 4th floor, Seattle WA
Street parking is available.