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Fate of the Maya

  • Houston Museum of Natural Science 5555 Hermann Park Drive Houston, Texas ` (map)

Mexican consulate lecture, with the additional support of Annette Bracey and Institute of Hispanic Culture of houston

Dr. Carolyn Sumners
Vice President of Astronomy,
Houston Museum of Natural Science

Discover how the Maya aligned their pyramids and temples to watch their sky gods and used interlocking calendars to record the past and predict the future. The film Fate of the Maya, shows how archaeological, historical, and astronomical records reveal more about the Maya. Afterward, Dr. André W. Droxler, a Scholar at the Baker Institute for Public Policies, Rice University, will lead a question-and-answer session. 

Cosponsored by Houston Museum of Natural Science

Admission:  HMNS and AIA Member - $12.00
General Admission - $18.00

Use code AIA$6off to obtain discounted tickets by phone at 713.639.4629 or at HMNS box office.