NEH banner

Funded Projects Query Form
One match

Grant number: GE-259290-18

Query elapsed time: 0.016 sec

Save this query
Export results to Excel

GE-259290-18

Carnegie Institute (Pittsburgh, PA 15213-4007)
Erin Peters (Project Director: August 2017 to present)

Planning Carnegie Museum of Natural History's "Egypt on the Nile"

Planning for the reinterpretation of the museum’s Egyptian collection that would explore the intersection of human and natural histories in ancient Egypt.

Building on Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s (CMNH) current NEH Digital Projects for the Public Discovery Grant, this exhibition grant will allow CMNH to begin planning for its multi-phase exhibition, Egypt on the Nile. As part of the project, CMNH will: convene a team of expert scholars and scientists to refine current research themes and generate new humanities and scientific knowledge through which the public can connect their contemporary experiences with the human and natural history of ancient Egypt; form and consult a community focus group for audience input; identify anthropological and natural sciences collections for the exhibition; and evaluate CMNH exhibitions, conservation, and storage considerations and costs. To carry out these goals, the Project Director will lead committees in a series of meetings and two workshops held in Pittsburgh to produce exhibition designs and a draft script along with plans for outreach, marketing, and evaluation of the final exhibition.

Project fields:
Ancient History; Cultural Anthropology; Interdisciplinary Studies, General

Program:
Exhibitions: Planning

Division:
Public Programs

Total amounts:
$35,204 (approved)
$35,204 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2018 – 3/31/2019