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Costume in Portugal. From the XVIII century to the present d ... Bild 1

Costume in Portugal. From the XVIII century to the present day

Lissabon (PT) > Dauerausstellung

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Museu Nacional do Traje e da Moda
Largo Júlio de Castilho, 2,
Parque do Monteiro-Mor, Lumiar,
1600-483 Lissabon
Portugal

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Wearing our Identity. The First Peoples Collection

Montreal (CA) > Dauerausstellung

This permanent exhibition enables the public to explore the complex heritage of the First Peoples of Canada and learn more about how their dress has helped define their rich cultures and identities. Wearing our Identity – The First Peoples Collection will also help visitors learn about the importance of clothing in the development, preservation and communication of the social, cultural, political and spiritual identities of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
McCord Museum
690 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Qc
H3A 1E9
Kanada

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All About Shoes: Footwear Through the Ages

Toronto (CA) > Dauerausstellung

Take a fascinating journey and experience the many facets of footwear – its evolution and symbolism through the ages, the methods and materials of its manufacture and its place in our imaginations.  The Museum’s flagship exhibition, All About Shoes: Footwear Through the Ages, is a voyage through 4500 years of footwear.

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The Bata Shoe Museum
327 Bloor Street West
Toronto ON (CA)

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Von Samtbrokat und Häutchengold – Ausgewählte Paramente aus dem Danziger Mittelalterschatz

Lübeck (D) > seit 19.01.2019, bis auf weiteres

Rund die Hälfte des berühmten Danziger Paramentenschatzes gehört als Dauerleihgabe der Evangelischen Kirche Hannover seit 1990 zu den Highlights des St. Annen-Museums. Es handelt sich um kostbarste Gewänder für den Gottesdienst. Feinste Stickereien mit purem Gold und byzantinische Seiden zeigen den hohen Wert, der diesen Gewändern ehemals zugemessen wurde. Sie stammen aus der ehemaligen Marienkirche in Danzig und sind vorwiegend im  14. Jahrhundert entstanden. In der Kirche versteckt, überdauerten sie Reformation und Kriege. Erst im 19. Jahrhundert hat man sie zufällig bei Bauarbeiten wiederentdeckt. Das macht sie so besonders wertvoll, wurden sie doch über Jahrhunderte weder benutzt noch verändert. Nach der Maueröffnung wurde ein Teil der textilen Schätze nach Lübeck gebracht, während die andere Hälfte sich weiterhin in Danzig - heute im Nationalmuseum - befindet. Die Danziger Paramente wurden in Lübeck einige Jahre nicht mehr gezeigt. Jetzt werden erstmals wieder ausgewählte Stücke konservatorisch optimiert in die Dauerausstellung des St. Annen-Museums integriert. Dabei wird großer Wert auf das Miteinander von Glasmalerei und Altären in Verbindung mit den symbolisch genutzten Gewändern gelegt. Sie alle dienten dazu, den Gottesdienst als großes Fest für die Christen zu gestalten. Mit dem neu eröffneten Paramentenraum wird das St. Annen-Museum wieder um eine bedeutende Attraktion reicher. Zugleich wird ein Katalog zu diesem Schatz erscheinen.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
St. Annen-Museum
St. Annen-Straße 15
23552 Lübeck
Deutschland

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Art and Innovation: Traditional Arctic Footwear from the Bata Shoe Museum Collection

Toronto (CA) > seit 20.02.2016

At the top of the world, the Arctic spans over fourteen million square kilometers and includes eight countries. The challenging landscapes of this circumpolar expanse seem harsh and inhospitable, yet the region is home to over forty distinct culture groups who have thrived there for centuries, creating brilliantly beautiful and diverse solutions to meet these challenges. Among the most innovative is the footwear and clothing created by Arctic women whose ingenuity is reflected in the remarkable variety of garments made; a variety that reflects both environmental as well as cultural needs.
From innovative technologies deftly used to ensure survival and comfort to intricate, decorative techniques used to culturally ground wearers, the incredible range of circumpolar attire is a stunning testament to the art and technology of dress found in the Arctic.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
The Bata Shoe Museum
327 Bloor Street West
Toronto ON (CA)

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Cosplayer! Manga Youth

Kopenhagen (DK) > Dauerausstellung

The exhibition Cosplayer ! - Manga Youth tells how Japanese popular culture is created , shaped and recreated across physical and visual boundaries between Japan and Denmark . In the exhibition you will meet three Danish and three Japanese cosplayers who in their own way transcends the borders between industry and consumer , media and human , Japanese and Danish - and create their own media worlds. And you 're invited to play!

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Nationalmuseet
Ny Vestergade 10
1220 Kopenhagen K
Dänemark

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Taking the Stage

Washington, DC (USA) > Dauerausstellung ab 24.09.2016

This exhibition explores the history of African Americans in theater, film, and television in order to celebrate their creative achievements, demonstrate their cultural impact and illuminate their struggles for equal representation on the stage of American entertainment. Visitors will see how African Americans transformed the ways they are represented onstage by challenging racial discrimination and stereotypes and striving to produce more positive, authentic and diverse images of African American identity and experience. Together these stories suggest how African American performing artists also paved the way for broader social change. Stories include Paul Robeson’s role in Othello, Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf and the Black Stuntmen’s Association in Hollywood.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
African American History and Culture Museum
15th and Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC
USA

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Cultural Expressions

Washington, DC (USA) > Dauerausstellung, ab 24.09.2016

This exhibition serves as an introduction to the concept of African American and African diaspora culture. It examines style (identity, political expression, and attitudes expressed in clothing, dress, hair, and jewelry), food and foodways, artistry, and creativity through craftsmanship, social dance and gesture, and language.

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Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
African American History and Culture Museum
15th and Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC
USA

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Nature by Design

Lowell, MA (USA) > As ATHM undergoes a significant transformation, this exhibit is currently open only to members, educational programs, and private groups.

Nature is the oldest and richest source of design inspiration. From the earliest paintings on cave walls, humans have interpreted the world around them—plants, animals, and natural phenomena—to create, ornament, and embellish objects. In all forms of art, from frescoes to sculpture to architecture, from printing to weaving to industrial design, nature has been a primary resource of ideas.
The objects in Nature by Design share a common characteristic: they are both artful and useful, functional and aesthetically pleasing. This exhibit explores the rise and decline of the great movements of art, from Classicism and Romanticism to Art Deco, and their impact on our culture, society, and economy. ATHM’s collections of textiles, clothing, advertising ephemera, and even machinery reflect our fascination with Nature by Design.

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Bildinformation: Dress with floral pattern, 1830-1833. Cotton, printed. Made in the United States.

Veranstalter/ Ort
American Textile History Museum
491 Dutton St.
Lowell, MA 01854 (USA)

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Musical Crossroads

Washington, DC (USA) > Dauerausstellung ab 24.09.2016

This exhibition tells the story of African American music from the arrival of the first Africans to today’s hip-hop. Here, history and culture intermingle and music serves as the crossroads between musical traditions and stories of cultural and social development. The gallery is organized by musical genres and themes rather than chronologically, covering classical, sacred, rock ’n’ roll, hip-hop ,and more.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
African American History and Culture Museum
15th and Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC
USA

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