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Grid of three tall x 4 wide collage artworks when together look like a map of the world upside down. Palette is green and light blue with some reds and yellows

Member Preview—Sum of Its Parts: Multi-Panel Works on Paper from the Collection


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Museum admission and programming is free to all!

Join us for a special member preview of the upcoming exhibition Sum of Its Parts: Multi-Panel Works on Paper from the Collection (opening September 1).

This installation includes multi-panel photographs, prints, and collages from the SCMA collection made between the 17th and 21st centuries. This selection highlights the long history and many approaches to making modular works of art.

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.

Image: Maggie Puckett. American, born 1981. Future Under Climate Tyranny (F.U.C.T) a 4° warmer world, 2011. Handmade paper (abaca, cotton, flax, wheat straw, beach and desert sand, soil, marine plastic, dried anchovies, dried shrimp, feather boa, seaweed, dried garden plants, vegetable seeds) and pigment. Purchased with the Rebecca Morris Evans, class of 1932 Acquisitions Fund and with the Eva W. Nair, class of 1928, Fund