Fw: Re: Class: Costume Research from Existing Garments
- Maybe off topic, but I thought you might be interested.
Cheryl - Vinhold
--- On Mon, 7/21/08, Lynn & Larry <larryholzer@...> wrote:
Subject: Re: Class: Costume Research from Existing Garments
Date: Monday, July 21, 2008, 6:33 PM
PLease pass along to your costume and history contacts and groups.
Lynn L Combs
"Early European Costume Research from Existing Garments".
On August 2, 2008 Vallejo Music Theatre will host an all day class at 823 Marin St in Vallejo. Our theme is "Early European Costume Research from Existing Garments". Doors will open at 9:30am and begin with registration and coffee. Tickets can be purchased by going to our website vallejomusictheatre.org and clicking on the "buy now" link or by calling Vallejo Music Theatre at 707-649-2787. The price of $45.00 includes lunch and refreshments.
Our classes are:
#1: Researching Costume from Surviving Garments: From the Iceman to Charles the Bold,
#2: The Genealogy of Clothing Construction: Stylistic Changes Across Time and Space - handout included
#3: Medieval Welsh Costume: Researching Less-Documented Cultures - booklet available for sale
Our program includes morning coffee and pastries, lunch (after the first program) hosted by Georgia Street Grill, 314 Georgia Street, Vallejo and a dessert, coffee and conversation finale.
Our presenter is Heather Rose Jones.
Heather was born into an academic family, she has lived at various times in three of the four corners of the continental US as well as three European countries and now currently resides in the SF Bay Area. She has a BS in zoology and spent a decade in medical research. Later she went back to school for a PhD in linguistics (specializing in Medieval Welsh prepositions). She currently works in the biotech field in various capacities.
As a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), where she is know as Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn. She loves to share her knowledge with anyone who will stand still long enough to listen. She is also an author and has several publications on language, historic clothing and Wales. The SCA has been an outlet for any number of her historic interests, although she has some seriously academic outlets as well. Research and teaching are great passions in her life.
This is the second event showcasing historic clothing. Last year Vallejo MUsic Theatre hosted the authors of "The Tudor Tailor".
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