A Bridge Across Space and Time
By Kelly Anne Brown
Imagine an early 16th-century Italian studio fashioned by the most famous woman of the Italian Renaissance. Who is she, and what does her studiolo (study) look like? What kind of objects did she collect, and how were they displayed? If you are having a hard time imagining what this might look like, a newly released open-access education and research environment lets you venture, virtually, to Renaissance Italy and see for yourself.