Explore objects from the exhibition, including coffins, canopic jars, and more...
July 13-September 7, 2008
Clowes Gallery in Wood Pavilion
The IMA is the first venue to host this touring exhibition, which includes some of the greatest masterworks of the Egyptian artistic tradition from the Brooklyn Museum’s extensive, world-renowned collection. The exhibition, which explores Egyptian strategies for defeating death and achieving eternal life, contains more than 100 objects including coffins, statuary, jewelry and vessels. To Live Forever tells the story of mummification, the funeral procession and rituals, the contents of the tomb, the final judgment, and the idealized afterlife.
To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum has been organized by the Brooklyn Museum.
Adults (18-64) $12
Children (7-17) $6
College students with valid I.D. $6
Seniors (65+) $10
Groups of 10 or more $10
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Admission is free for IMA members and children six and under. General admission to the IMA and Lilly House is free.
Exhibition Hotel Partner
The four-diamond luxury Omni Severin Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, connected to Nordstrom, Circle Centre Mall and the Convention Center.
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