Wharton Studio Museum invites you to a
Serial Style: The Business of Being Irene Castle with Prof. Denise Green
A virtual presentation by Denise N. Green, Associate Professor Fashion Design in the College of Human Ecology, where she also serves as Director for the Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection. Professor Green has curated a number of award winning fashion exhibitions include The Biggest Little Fashion City: Ithaca and Silent Film Style which was a collaboration with the Wharton Studio Museum in 2016. She has recently co-authored the forthcoming book Fashion and Cultural Studies which will be published by Bloomsbury and available in print December 2021.
This virtual program will be moderated by Diana Riesman, Executive Director, the Wharton Studio Museum.
WHEN: Thursday, October 14th - 7-8pm
WHERE: Virtual - Join us on Zoom!
PRESENTERS: Professor Denise N. Green (Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection), Diana Riesman (Wharton Studio Museum)
This exhibit is part of the Breaking Barriers: Women's Lives & Livelihoods exhibit series and is sponsored in part by Chloe Capital.
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