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Curated by Michael Douma. Conservation and restoration of the Feast of the Gods by David Bull, chairman of painting conservation, National Gallery of Art, Washington. For more information, see the bibliography.
Music performed by members of the Brandeis Early Music Ensemble, directed by Sarah Mead: Lisa Bueno, Aaron Moulin, Beth Sanders, Jill Surkin, and Arielle Weiss. Recording engineer: Eric McEuen. Recorded December 12, 1998, Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University, and from a live concert May 3, 1998, Slosberg Recital Hall.
Investigating Bellini’s Feast of the Gods is funded in part by the National Science Foundation's Division of Undergraduate Education (92-54291 & 96-53252); Brandeis University; the U.S. Department of Education, Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education, FIPSE (P116B011454); and the Sloan Foundation and the Dreyfus Foundation for support of our program in Chemistry and Art. WebExhibits welcomes corporate sponsorships, and can assist you in identifying exhibits that are aligned with your community relations and marketing goals.