The eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79 destroyed not only the world-famous site of Pompeii, but also its smaller and in many ways more fascinating neighbour, Herculaneum. The different dynamics of volcanic eruption preserved at Herculaneum, unlike Pompeii, wood and other organic material, and also precious upper storeys. Now Herculaneum, like Pompeii, is at risk of a second catastrophe, one of conservation. The lecture is about the struggle of the Herculaneum Conservation Project to save the site, and the new insights and discoveries that have come out of it.
- February 03, 2015Don Hannah's one-woman show was performed at Green College in 2011 and received the Carol Bolt Award from the Playwrights Guild of Canada. The show begins a limited run next month in Halifax.
- January 29, 2015Applications are currently being accepted for one influential scholar, activist, artist, leader or practitioner for a 4-month residence