Eric McLuhan Will Repeat His Talk on Egyptian Art at the Arts & Letters Club of Toronto


Egyptian Wall Painting

GOOD NEWS for any who missed Eric McLuhan’s talk on April 20 on Egyptian art. it will be repeated on Monday, April 30

from 5pm to 6pm at the Arts & Letters Club of Toronto in the third floor Studio. Please inform Margaret Logan ( ) know if you are coming so that she can prepare the handouts.           

Eric will present to us the world’s first moving images, which date back to 3200 BC during the reign of the Egyptian dynasty. Eric will present a series of images, all created in the Egyptian “canonical style,” and show you how they work. With a little (guided) practice you will be able to see them move yourself. Once familiar with this stage, you can see them turn from movement into the most amazing 3D images you never saw before. Eric has been working on these perceptions and ideas over the last three decades; with his guidance, we will make the leap into hyperspace! All are welcome, especially artists and new media specialists. However, space is limited so please express your interest in attending by RSVP to Margaret Logan    

The Arts and Letters Club has dinner on Monday nights at 6:30 pm. Price $23. If you would like to stay for dinner, please RSVP to Margaret Logan  by noon latest on Monday or you can call the Club directly to book your dinner with Naomi Hunter 416-597-0223 ext. 3. This is a plated dinner so the kitchen needs to know how many to expect.

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