The Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute opens its 'Shadow of the Sphinx' exhibition this Sunday.
The Chief Curator says it includes over 150 Egyptian objects that you can't see anywhere else.
"Everything from mummy masks to beautiful jewels to paintings and decorative arts. Egypt is a culture that has fascinated us for several hundreds years and it has affected art and design in our everyday lives," says Anna D'Ambrosio, Chief Curator.
'Shadow of the Sphinx' represents ancient Egypt through modern times and shows how much Egypt has influced our culture. Visitors can see the exhibition on their own, or take a guided tour. It runs through November 25th