Film: Mysteries of the Kylix
Through generous funding from the Program in Museums and Society at Johns Hopkins University and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the spring 2015 course "Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics" was documented in a short film. The film is directed by Bernadette Wegenstein, produced by Wegenstein, Sanchita Balachandran, and Elizabeth Rodini with cinematography by Allen Moore, editing by Maxwell Anderson, and sound recording by Daniela Mileykovsky. Additional sponsors of for the film include the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum and the Center for Advanced Media Studies. The film runs for 18 minutes and features thirteen undergraduate students, one graduate teaching assistant, one curator/conservator, two potters, and the ancient Greek potters and painters who inspired all of the work of this project.