The resilient composition of Ancient Greek pottery has allowed it to survive for thousands of years. The scenes depicted on pottery, whether intact or fragmented, are valuable tools in the study of everyday life in Greece as well as mythology. The intricately painted scenes on Greek pottery is the result of hundreds of years of stylized evolution that occurred after the collapse of the Mycenaean Palace culture (ca. 1050 BCE). This exhibition showcases the evolution of the painting styles used on pottery from the Proto-Geometric period (ca. 1050 BCE) to the late Hellenistic period (late 4th century BCE). The artifacts chosen for this exhibition show the progression of simplistic painted designs to the elaborate scenes of everyday life and mythology that the Greeks are known for.