"In a private meeting at UBC Robson Square on Tuesday morning (October 24), local entrepreneur Michella Frosch will try to convince members of the Downtown Vancouver Association to support her campaign to bring a large touring exhibition of ancient Egyptian treasures to Vancouver in 2008. Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs, boasting over 130 artifacts from Egypt’s official collections, is currently installed at the Field Museum in Chicago. (See www.kingtut.org/.) According to Frosch, more dates on the tour are being planned, including one in the Pacific Northwest—most likely Seattle. But Frosch is doing her best to make a case for a six-month stop in Vancouver instead."
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