by Talia Shiroma, Joseph Urban Interactive Project Interpretive Intern
Next summer, the Cincinnati Art Museum will display an exhibition based on Urban’s late 1920s commission for the Wormser family of Chicago. Over several years of researching this work of art, a bedroom for a young woman, the curatorial team gleaned information about the workers and manufacturers who potentially fabricated many of the room’s design elements.
This dress is up for consideration to get into a different kind of exclusive party: the museum’s Fashion and Textiles Collection.
22 pairs of women’s shoes from the 1950s are being prepared for an appearance in the galleries.
by Cynthia Amnéus, Chief Curator and Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles
Born in Clayton, Alabama in 1898, Ann Lowe was an African American fashion designer, but few know her name.
In textile conservation this week, we are carrying out condition checks for a checklist of 27 pairs of women's shoes from the 1950s.
by Megan Nauer
Permanent Collection Highlights with Cynthia Amnéus, Chief Curator and Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles
It's the holidays and a special delivery came for the Fashion and Textile Arts Collection!
by Adam MacPharlain, Curatorial Assistant of Fashion Arts and Textiles
Autograph fans could be of any type in a plain construction that allowed space for inscriptions.
by Sarah Asebrook, Marketing & Communications Intern
The spirit of Halloween comes alive in the hallowed halls of the Cincinnati Art Museum.
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