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Sarah Scaturro

The Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Head Conservator
New York, New York
Sarah Scaturro is the Head Conservator of the Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she is in charge of the conservation laboratory and the preservation of the fashion collection. She was previously the textile conservator and assistant curator of fashion at the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. Combining fashion curation and conservation expertise, Sarah has curated five exhibitions, most recently "The Secret Life of Textiles: Synthetic Materials" for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Ratti Textile Gallery. Sarah has authored many exhibition catalogs, book chapters, and peer-reviewed articles, including "A Delicate Balance: Ethics and Aesthetics at The Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York" in Refashioning and Redress: Conserving and Displaying Dress (Getty Conservation Institute, 2017) and "Confronting Fashion's Death Drive: Conservation, Ghost Labor, and the Material Turn Within Fashion Curation" in Fashion Curating: Critical Practice in the Museum and Beyond (Bloomsbury, 2017). She received an MA in Fashion and Textile Studies from the Fashion Institute of Technology and is currently pursuing a PhD at Bard Graduate Center, researching the theory and history of fashion conservation.
Monday, May 29
 

1:00pm

5:30pm

 
Tuesday, May 30
 

8:15am

9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

10:50am

11:15am

11:40am

12:30pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:15pm

4:30pm

5:00pm

5:30pm

6:30pm

 
Wednesday, May 31
 

8:00am

9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

2:05pm

2:30pm

2:55pm

3:30pm

019. (Objects) Polishing Methods and Their Impact on Results in the Oddy Test Riverside West Exhibit HallChloe Cao • Andrea KI Hall • Molly McGath • Dr. Patricia McGuiggan 031. (Objects) Under close observation – a pilot study monitoring change in objects’ conditions Riverside West Exhibit HallVincent L. Beltran • Ashley Freeman • Foekje Boersma • Jim Druzik • Michał Lukomski • Joel Taylor 035. (Objects) Between the ephemeral and the immortal: considerations about the process of conservation of Ticuna’s barkcloth. Riverside West Exhibit HallAna Carolina Delgado Vieira • Paula Aline Durães Almeida • Edson Tosta Matarezio Filho • Marcia de Almeida Rizzutto 044. (Objects) Applying Fills to Losses in a Flexible Polyurethane Foam Chair at the Museum of Modern Art Riverside West Exhibit HallAlexandra Nichols 055. (Textiles) Innovation of an Early Unknown Pioneer: Steam jennies, long arms, and battle flag Riverside West Exhibit HallAnn Frisina 057. (Research and Technical Studies) Improvements in 2D x-radiography and volumetric x-ray tomosynthesis Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Dan Boye 066. (Textiles) National Argentinian Flags, the Bicentennial and the change of criteria regarding conservation. Riverside West Exhibit HallMaria Sol Barcalde • Patricia Lissa • Ivana Rigacci 067. (Textiles) Initial treatment techniques for Japanese Lacquer-based metallic thread and cut paper appliqué Riverside West Exhibit HallElinor Dei Tos Pironti 068. (Textiles) Hey Jute: A New Approach to Visual Compensation for Hooked Rugs Riverside West Exhibit HallKirsten Schoonmaker 071. (Textiles) What happened to them? Preliminary approaches from conservation discipline in cases of human rights violations during the military dictatorship in Chile. Riverside West Exhibit HallDaniela Bracchitta • Iván Cáceres • Kenneth Jensen • María José Manneschi • Roxana Seguel

4:05pm

4:30pm

6:30pm

 
Thursday, June 1
 

7:30am

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

2:00pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

 
Friday, June 2
 

9:30am