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    Modeling Devotion: A Closer Look

    Presented by at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    March 10, 2010


    Modeling Devotion: A Closer Look

    Explore the underappreciated art of Renaissance terracotta sculpture with introductory talks by art historians and conservators followed by active looking and small group discussions in the galleries. Marietta Cambareri, curator of decorative arts and sculpture at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Gardner Museum staff members Alan Chong and Valentine Talland will headline this afternoon of learning and discovery in conjunction with the current exhibition Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance. A reception in the café will follow. 1:30-3pm: Focus Talks (Tapestry Room) Marietta Cambareri, Curator of Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Art of Europe, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Valentine Talland, Objects Conservator, Gardner Museum Alan Chong, Curator of the Collection, Gardner Museum 3-4pm: Gallery Discussion (in the special exhibition and permanent collection) 4-5pm: Reception in The Gardner Café

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    25 Evans Way
    Boston, MA 02115

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    Admission Info:
    Tickets: $65 General Public; $45 Members, Seniors, and Students

    General Day and Time Info:
    1:30pm - 5:00pm


    Paid parking is available at the Museum of Fine Arts garage or lot on Museum Road, two blocks from the Gardner. Metered street parking is also available.

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