We will have a talk in both June and July before we break for the summer period. For more information on our talks visit our page here.
We are planning a trip to visit the Tutankhamun trip in London in 2019 and Bolton Museum. Please stay tuned for more details!
We are pleased to announce our first Hieroglyph classes for September 2018. Please note attendees must be available for all three sessions. To book, please follow the link to our Eventbrite page and complete the form: Click here to book tickets
Venue: Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Time: 10am- 4:30pm – 16th, 23rd, 30th September 2018
Cost: Concessions/Students: £60* P.P, Adults: £70* P.P
*Please note that Eventbrite admin fees will be added to the price of the course. These will be shown on our Eventbrite page.
Lunch will not be included but attendees are welcome to bring a packed lunch or to use one of the options in the city centre as the museum is well located.
The WMES will be returning to Merseyside for an exciting look at the Book of the Dead exhibition at the famous Victoria Gallery & Museum. For more information, please go to our Trips and Events page at the top of this page in the blue bar. Alternatively click here.
Our call for papers has been extended. This is for our upcoming conference happening this November at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. For more information please click here.
We are excited for our next trip! Join us. Non-members welcome! For more details on the trip visit our events page!
Visit the events page for more details on the speaker and the talk! Non-members welcome – just pay on the door! See you there!
The West Midlands Egyptology Society is pleased to announce its 2018 Conference.
For more information including the call for papers announcement and to register interest in attending please visit our conferences page!
Join us on Wednesday 8th of November for our monthly talk by Lee Robert McStein, on ‘Recording and Conserving Travellers’ Graffiti’.
Lee Robert McStein is a 3D scanning and production specialist and has produced hundreds of 3D scans of artefacts and sites, both in the UK and Egypt. Highlights of recent work include the reproduction of a colossal pharaonic statue fragment in the Ashmolean Museum, as well as photogrammetry recording and digital reconstructions for the excavation of Lathom Castle in Lancashire.
Lee is technical director of Monument Men, a not-for-profit organisation based in the North West of England which provides 3D scanning and reproduction services and training to museums, archaeologists and heritage sites. Lee’s primary interests include photogrammetry and 3D printing and its potential for conservation and reproduction in cultural heritage environments, and the conservation and recording of travellers graffiti at Ancient Egyptian sites.
Doors open around 6:15pm as usual, for refreshments and browsing. We look forward to seeing you there!