October 15, 2022
Join Danielle Carrabino, SCMA’s Curator of Painting and Sculpture, for a first look at the Brought to Life exhibition. Danielle will share an overview of the exhibition highlighting the multisensory history of painted wooden sculpture, and offer insights into the process of the exhibition’s development. Audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions.
October 16, 2022
No registration required.
Activities are ongoing at SCMA from 1–3pm.
Explore rivers in art with SCMA Student Museum Educators in the galleries, paint watercolor droplets to take home or add to our collaborative river, discover the historic Mill River flood through the eyes of a fish, and learn about the Mill Riverwalk kits created by educators Karen Bryant and Wendy Stein, available for loan from Forbes Library. Pick up self-guided sample activities from the kits, ready to be tried out with your family along our own Paradise Pond. Designed for ages 4-12 and their caregivers.
This program is free and will happen rain or shine!
November 10, 2022
This sale runs from November 10–13, 2022.
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Crab Multi-tool by Kikkerland Design
November 12, 2022
Get a first-hand look at some of the materials and techniques artists used to carve and paint the sculptures on view in Brought to Life with local artist Jeremiah Patterson. This hour-long demonstration will highlight the paint-making process, preparation of wood with gesso, and gilding. Stick around afterwards to ask questions and even try out some of the materials.