Noon-2:00 p.m.

Guided Tour of Reynolds Club Bell Tower (12–1 pm)

Change Ringing is a team sport, a musical performance, an antique art, and a demanding pattern-based exercise all at once! Come learn about the precision required to make music with these swinging bells. The tour will meet at the fireplace in Hutchinson Commons.

**This tour is full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email us at humanities@uchicago.edu**

Guided Tour of Reynolds Club Bell Tower (1–2 pm)

Change Ringing is a team sport, a musical performance, an antique art, and a demanding pattern-based exercise all at once! Come learn about the precision required to make music with these swinging bells. The tour will depart from the University seal, located on the floor of the main lobby in the Reynolds Club.

**This tour is full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email us at humanities@uchicago.edu**

Foy Scalf

Foy Scalf is Research Associate, Head of Research Archives, Head of the Oriental Institute Integrated Database project, and Principal Investigator for the Oriental Institute Demotic Ostraca Online project. He received his PhD in Egyptology from the University of Chicago in 2014. His publications include studies of ancient Egyptian grammar, religious practices, textual transmission, as well as editions of Demotic and hieratic texts.

Guided Tour of Cinthia Marcelle & Tiago Mata Machado: Divine Violence at Logan Center Exhibitions (1–2 pm)

Join Logan Center Exhibitions on a tour of Brazilian artist Cinthia Marcelle and filmmaker Tiago Mata Machado’s first collaborative exhibit in the United States. This exhibit uses staged and abstract scenes of order and chaos to reflect on violence, law, power, and capital.

For more information on this exhbit, visit the Logan Center Exhibitions site.

Guided Tour of The Book of the Dead at the Oriental Institute (1–2pm)

Join curator Foy Scalf for a tour of the newest research on the Book of the Dead and explore how through text and elaborate imagery Ancient Egyptians sought to live forever as gods. For more information on this exhibition visit the Oriental Institute Museum website.

Guided Tour of The Book of the Dead at the Oriental Institute (12–1 pm)

Join curator Foy Scalf for a tour of the newest research on the Book of the Dead and explore how through text and elaborate imagery Ancient Egyptians sought to live forever as gods. For more information on this exhibition visit the Oriental Institute Museum website

Guided Tour of Red Press: Radical Print Culture from St. Petersburg to Chicago at Special Collections Research Center (12–1 pm)

Trace the worldwide spread of revolutionary and anti-revolutionary media and ideas through rare printed sources. Professor and co-curator William Nickel leads a tour of the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 as it was waged through broadsides, pamphlets, periodicals, and posters. For more information on the exhbit, visit the Special Collections Research Center site.

Guided Tour of Terence Gower: Havana Case Study at Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society (12–1 pm)

Join the Neubauer Collegium Exibitions for a guided tour of Havana Case Study, a new installation by New York-based Canadian artist Terence Gower. Havana Case Study is the second in a series of installations by Gower that uses American diplomatic architecture as a lens through which to analyze US international relations.

For more information on this exhibit, visit the Neubauer Collegium Exhibitions website.