Thursday, September 5, 2013 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Dr. J. Marla Toyne with the UCF Department of Anthropology presents "They Were Sacrificing Times: Ritual Violence of the Northern Coast of Peru." Discover why the Tumi knife was made and used by pre-Incan society during state ceremonies and animal sacrifcies. The event is hosted by the Orlando Museum of Art and will be held in the auditorium with a short discussion of the exhibition "Art of the Ancient Americas" in the Lockheed Martin Gallery after the presentation. The presentation is free to to the public. In addition, the first 200 people to attend the lecture will receive free admission to the museum's 1st Thursdays event immediately following the presentation. Read More