Join members of the Richmond Society of the Archaeological Institute of America and our presenters for an hors d’oeuvre reception with cash bar before our Spring 2019 event on Thursday, May 9.

The reception will be held from 6-7 pm at the Carole Weinstein International Center at the University of Richmond. Tickets $10 at bit.ly/RichmondAIA2019.

The lecture and film screening event will begin at 7 pm in the International Commons:



Tim Reid, Emmy-nominated actor, director, and producer (New Millennium Studios) will present his documentary film, “Abyssinia: The Wonders.”


Elizabeth Fisher, Shelton H. Short III Professor in the Liberal Arts and Professor of Classics and Archaeology, Randolph-Macon College, will give an introductory lecture on the archaeology of Ethiopia.

The lecture and film will be FREE and open to the public. Tickets are required for the pre-reception and may be purchased in advance at bit.ly/RichmondAIA2019 or at the door.

(For directions and parking information, click here. The Carole Weinstein International Center is #211 on the campus map. Visitor parking is available after 5 pm in all lots. For Google Map or GPS directions, use 211 Richmond Way, Richmond, VA 23173.)