Re-View at the Sackler Museum

Magazine donors gathered at the Sackler Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for a private viewing of Re-View.

Jacqueline Whitney ’78, Katharine Fleischmann ’76, and <em>Harvard Magazine</em> publisher Cathy Chute.
A guest ponders Joan Snyder’s <em>Summer Orange</em>, 1970
Amy Bermar, Olivia Donnini, Mirella Stellini, and Alesandro Donnini ’81
Docent Susan Glassman describes a painting to a group of guests

On October 30, 2008, loyal magazine donors gathered at the Sackler Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for a private viewing of Re-View, an exhibition of the finest and most significant works in the Harvard Art Museum's collections. To learn how you can become a Friend of Harvard Magazine, please visit www.harvardmagazine.com/friends.

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