Events

CLAHS Events Calendar

  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 02 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 03 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 04 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 05 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 06 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 06 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 07 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 07 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 08 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 08 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 09 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 09 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 10 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 10 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 11 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 11 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 12 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 12 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 13 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 13 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 14 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 14 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 15 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 15 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 16 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 16 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 17 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 17 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 18 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 18 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 19 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 19 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 20 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 20 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 21 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 21 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 22 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 22 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 23 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 23 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Costume Design: From Page to Stage This exhibit will show the steps a Costume Designer takes from reading the script till the actual costumes are on the stage. These steps start with analyzing the characters; researching the period; putting the ideas in your head down on paper, or preliminary sketches; final renderings; shopping, building, pulling from stock, fittings; technical rehearsals; and finally opening. We will track these stages using some costumes from the Theatre department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" that was presented in the Fife Theatre at the Moss, and designed by Laura Vitale (a first year graduate student at the time). Jane Stein Costume Design, School of Performing Arts Apr 24 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Reform, Women, and Fashion: Changes in Women's Daywear from 1840-1920 This exhibit is part of a collaborative project during Spring semester that celebrates the socio-political impact of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The exhibit features dress items that illustrate changes in fashion that point towards women's liberation, such as 19th century riding habits, a 1920's swimsuit, a pair of field hockey bloomers, and a Chanel-style sportswear ensemble. In addition, several daywear ensembles from the mid to late 1800s and evening wear ensembles from 1900 to 1920 are exhibited to serve as points of comparison and to illustrate the trend toward dress reform was most applicable to daywear. Dina Smith-Glaviana Professor, Director of the Oris-Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection Apr 24 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) Apr 27 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) Apr 28 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) Apr 29 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) Apr 30 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 01 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 02 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 03 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 04 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 05 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 06 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 07 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 08 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 09 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 10 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 11 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 12 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 13 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 14 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • The Essence of Childhood: Within High Quality Early Childhood Education This exhibit explores philosophical principles behind inquiry-based learning and development within early childhood environments based on children's innate creativity and development across curricular domains as a mechanism for advocacy within the field. It utilizes research and theory on best practices in early childhood teaching and learning and shows documentation of the design and facilitation of learning investigations that occurred at the VT CDCLR. It incorporates a variety of artistic modalities and mediums and includes a variety of 2-D and 3-D works. The role of the teacher, the critical value of the field, and the manner in which children process and demonstrate their learning process is outlined. Alexa Gardner and Karen Galleger Child Development Center for Learning and Research (CDCLR) May 15 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM