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Painted wood sculpture detail of Saint Ursula and the Virgin Martyrs

Curatorial Tour of “Brought to Life”

1:00 pm
Onsite at SCMA

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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.

Danielle Carrabino is the curator of painting and sculpture at SCMA. Before taking up this position in 2018, she worked at the Harvard Art Museums, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Museum of Women in the Art. She also taught art history at the undergraduate and graduate levels in numerous U.S. institutions as well as in the U.K. and in Italy. Her area of specialization encompasses European art from the 16th and17th centuries.

This program will take place in-person in the Brought to Life exhibition, which is on the museum’s main level. Participants will move through the gallery space during the tour. Gallery stools are available for use during the program. Danielle’s voice 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. Registration is requested. Museum programming is included with general museum admission and always free for SCMA members. Become a member today.

Image: Unknown German workshop. St. Ursula and the Virgin Martyrs (detail), 17th century. Germany. Wood with polychrome. Gift of Frank A. Newlin in memory of his mother, Mrs. Isaac Chapman Bates