British Museum Showcases Underwater Archaeology, PAMM Faces Next Challenge, and More

A sphinx (Ist century BC) displayed at the Institut du Monde Arabe (The Arab World Institute) in Paris for the exhibition "Osiris, Egypts Sunken Mysteries," on view until January 31, 2016. A version of the show will travel to London's British Museum. (Photo: Francois Guillot/AFP/Getty Images)

A sphinx (Ist century BC) displayed at the Institut du Monde Arabe (The Arab World Institute) in Paris for the exhibition “Osiris, Egypts Sunken Mysteries,” on view until January 31, 2016. A version of the show will travel to London’s British Museum. (Photo: Francois Guillot/AFP/Getty Images)

The British Museum will open its first ever show about underwater archaeology with “Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds,” opening next May. The show features Egypt’s first major antiquities loans since the 2011 revolution.

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Renowned Japanese manga artist Shigeru Mizuki, best known for his cartoons about ghosts and monsters, has died at 93. Mizuki came to fame for his series GeGeGe no Kitaro, a story about a one-eyed boy who tries to keep the peace between humans and ghosts. The comic was adapted into an animated TV series in 2008.

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Carmine Branigan, who has been director of the National Academy Museum and School for the past seven years, has stepped down from her post. Chief curator Maura Reilly will be interim director while the museum searches for its next leader.

Hip Hop artist Swizz Beatz is hosting a three-day music and art event, December 3 through 5, during Miami Art Week called the No Commission Art Fair the Bacardi Untamable House Party. At the fair, artists will be able to sell the work and keep the full earnings, while performers at his three-day concert series include Alicia Keys, Pusha T and DMX.

British Museum Showcases Underwater Archaeology, PAMM Faces Next Challenge, and More