Arthur M. Sackler Museum
With the generosity of Dr. Arthur M. Sackler, a leading psychiatrist, entrepreneur, art collector, and philanthropist, the Harvard Art Museums founded a museum dedicated to works from Asia, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean. The Arthur M. Sackler Museum is located at 485 Broadway and designed by James Stirling, opened in 1985. This site remains the home of the History of Art and Architecture Department and the Media Slide Library. Architectural commentator Ada Louise deemed the Sackler “the architectural event of the 1980s.”
EverGreene completed plaster restoration at this accredited museum on the campus of Harvard University, one of the United States’ most notable institutions of higher education. Our craftspeople patched the decorative plaster in the museum’s lobby and monumental stairs.