O. C. Marsh Evening Lecture Series

Yale PEABODY MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

We are closed on Labor Day
as on most Mondays.
Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!

Thursday, September 6, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

BONES & BEER BBQ EDITION

Presented by The Beer Collective and the Yale Peabody Museum
Location: Yale Peabody Museum, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven
Bones & Beer returns! This popular event, featuring a selection of local brews and cider curated by The Beer Collective, has even more to offer the second time around.
  • After-hours Museum Access
  • Music, specimens, and prizes
  • Educational games and experiences
  • Included with ticket: THREE 12 oz. drafts and unlimited nonalcoholic beverages
  • For Sale at event: BBQ by The Stand|Branford with vegetarian options available
  • For Sale with purchase of tickets: Newly redesigned, refillable Limited Edition Beer Beakers. Pick up at event.
TICKETS: Advance purchase required (Must be 21 or over)
$30 general admission
$25 Peabody/Growler Club Members and Students with ID

The first Bones & Beer sold out so get your tickets early. All profits benefit the Yale Peabody Museum.

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Thursday, September 13, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

O. C. Marsh Evening Lecture Series

The Origins of Art and Music:
Excavations in the Paleolithic Caves of Southwestern Germany

With Nicholas Conard, University of Tübingen
Cocktail reception to follow

**This program is not a free event. It is open to 1866 Society members and Peabody members at the Zallinger Fellows, Ostrom Fellows, and Marsh Fellows levels. Become a Fellow today by clicking HERE to purchase a Fellows level membership. Upgrade your regular membership by contacting the Peabody Museum membership office @ 203.432.6844.**

The discovery by world-renowned archaeologist Nicholas Conard of a six centimeter mammoth ivory figurine pushed the origin of figurative art back thousands of years. The “Venus of Hohle Fels,” sculpted over 40,000 years ago, is the earliest depiction of a human being ever found. Conard, director of Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology at University of Tübingen, will discuss his ongoing efforts to uncover our species’ earliest creative inspiration, production, and pursuits.