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Portrait of a woman in a circular framed panel with dark hair in a bun and a red dress with ivory colored collar

Artful Afternoons: Collection Highlights with SCMA Curators

1 PM
Onsite at SCMA

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Join Danielle Carrabino, Curator of Painting and Sculpture, to explore art by women from the Renaissance to the 20th century. These women defied the odds to become professional artists when women were excluded from the art world.

This program will take place in-person in the SCMA galleries, and begin in the entryway of the museum. Participants will move through the gallery spaces during the tour. The museum has both stairs and an elevator. Gallery stools are available for use during the program. Curators’ voices will be amplified during the presentation. If you have any questions about accessibility or language assistance at the Museum or would like to request an accommodation, please contact us at

Capacity for this program is limited due to space constraints. Museum programming is included with general museum admission and always free for SCMA members. Become a member today.

Image: Lavinia Fontana, Portrait of a Woman (1 of a pair of marriage portraits), ca. 1585-1599, oil on panel. 3 13/16 inches in diameter. Purchased with the Dr. Robert A. and Minna Flynn Johnson, class of 1963, Acquisition Fund. Photo by Stephen Petegorsky for SCMA