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4 T HE SCMA GALLERY REINSTALLATION IS COMPLETE creating much improved spaces throughout the museum as well as excit- ing new ways to engage with extraordinary works of art. This two-phase project represents ve years of thoughtful reection and collaboration with considerations ranging from conceptual to practical. We have shed new lightliterally and gurativelyon beloved aspects of the collection and made what has long been a vital educational resource even more ac- cessible to our many audiences. As museum director Jessica Nicoll notes this physical and philosophical realignment was a response to the evolving needs of the community We took a hard look at how the museum and its collection were being used and brought that to bear on rethinking ren- ing and renewing our programs and spaces. Todays beautifully renovated museum embodies its mission to provide meaningful memorable encounters with exceptional art. Since SCMAs work is rooted in education it seems tting that the Winslow Teaching Gallery on our low- er level underlies the rest of the museum. This ex- ible space is dedicated to the display of works of art used for study by a wide range of departments and programs at the college. Designed to accommodate multiple classes simultaneously this gallery features regularly changing installations of artworks requested by faculty for use in their classes. New Spaces New Themes A New Chapter MUSEUM REIMAGINED MUSEUM REIMAGINED