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Multiplying Power: Image as Protest in Prints and Photographs
This installation displays a range of prints and photographs from the SCMA collection whose circulation documents and sparks social change.
Figuration and Abstraction: Asian Art at SCMA
Drawing from the SCMA's holdings of Asian art collected over more than a century, this exhibition features paintings, sculptures, prints,…
Beyond the Museum: Art on Smith's Campus
Smith College is home to more than a dozen publicly accessible, mostly outdoor artworks that you can visit anytime you are on campus.…
Chien-Chi Chang: China Town
Chien-Chi Chang's video "China Town" documents the experiences of undocumented workers in New York City's Chinatown and their family…
Elizabeth Sacktor working with Campus School Fifth Graders, to look at Adoration of Shepherds by Erasmus Quinellius II

Silken Threads: A Journey Through Local History with a Student Museum Educator

Elizabeth Sacktor ‘24 is a History Major and Studio Art Minor with a Museum Concentration. She has worked since the fall of 2022 as a Student Museum Educator (SME) at SCMA.
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