Please join us for a behind-the-scenes talk on the history and the conservation of a pair of unparalleled Etruscan sarcophagi. Mei-An Tsu, associate objects conservator, and Phoebe Segal, Mary Bryce Comstock Assistant Curator of Greek and Roman Art, give an update on the progress of the major two-year conservation treatment, which began in July 2011. Mingle afterwards over light refreshments in the Art of the Ancient World library.

This is a private event for  Laurel Society participants.

RSVP: Friends-LaurelSociety@mfa.org

“A Pair of Etruscan Sarcophagi: History and Conservation”

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6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Gallery 117
Admission
For members only - no ticket required
Event Type
Special Event
Eligibility
Exclusively for Laurel Society participants