Pompeii AFTER HOURS
A Night of Cocktails & Culture
Doors open 6:00 p.m. | Open to all ages
Experience the city nature destroyed but also preserved in POMPEII: THE EXHIBITION after hours. Learn more about this incredible city with our Pompeii Uncovered Lecture Series. Enhance your experience and come early – beer, cocktails, snacks and other refreshments available.
POMPEII: THE EXHIBITION After Hours Tickets
Time-Entry Available from 6–10 p.m.
$14 Adult and Children (3–17)
$9.95 Adults | $7.95 Children (3–17)
Pompeii Uncovered Lecture Series
Free with purchase of POMPEII: THE EXHIBITION ticket | Lecture runs 7:15–8:45 p.m.
Roman Arts, Eats, and Entertainment | Jan. 24, 2018
Roman Innovations | March 28, 2018
Ancient Sex | May 23, 2018
Limited seating. Some lectures may not be suitable for all ages.
Roman Arts, Eats, and Entertainment
January 24 with Mike Zajac and Nancy Serwint, Arizona State University
Michel “Mike” Zajac is an independent scholar who has taught at Arizona State University and throughout the Maricopa Community College system since 2009. He holds a B.I.S. degree in Art History and Psychology (summa cum laude) and an M.A. in Art History, both from ASU. He conducted his graduate fieldwork at Pompeii, and has worked as a researcher and excavator for six seasons at the Greco-Roman site of Marion / Arsinoe in Cyprus. He is the former Secretary of the Archaeological Institute of America’s Central Arizona Society.
Nancy Serwint teaches ancient art and archaeology at Arizona State University with a focus on the cultures of the eastern Mediterranean basin. She received her Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology from Princeton University in 1987 and an M.A. from the same institution in 1983. Prior to that she received an M.A. in Art History (ancient) from the University of Chicago in 1977, and her B.A. in Classics (ancient Greek) was awarded in 1973 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. As a classical archaeologist, she has worked on excavations in Sicily (Morgantina), in the Athenian Agora, at ancient Corinth, and since 1983 at ancient Marion/Arsinoe in Cyprus and now is the Co-Director of the Princeton Cyprus Expedition. From 1995-1999 she was on extended leave from ASU and served as Director of the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute in Nicosia, Cyprus. In an administrative capacity, she served as the Associate Director of the School of Art at ASU from 2003-2006, Interim Director from 2006-2007, and Acting Director from 2007-2009.