From 2D to 3D: 19th-century French Fashion

Today’s post comes from Olivia Feltus, class of 2021 and Art Center Student Docent

On Wednesday, February 21, the Art Center hosted a talk by Susan Hiner of the French and Francophone Studies department at Vassar about the Focus Gallery exhibition Accessorizing Paris: Fashion and Art in the Nineteenth Century. The exhibition, co-curated by Hiner and Emily Chancey ’18, combined objects from the Loeb’s collection with objects from Vassar’s Archives and Special Collections as well as from the Drama department’s costume shop and historic costume collection

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People are Beautiful opening lecture, “Reel to Real: Andy Warhol’s World”

Today’s post comes from Delphine Douglas, class of 2018 and Art Center Multimedia Student Assistant

On Friday, January 26, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center hosted a lecture and reception to celebrate the opening of the new exhibition, People are Beautiful: Prints, Photographs, and Films by Andy Warhol. Vincent Fremont delivered the opening lecture, titled “Reel to Real: Andy Warhol’s World,” in Taylor Hall 102

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