MSU Broad Museum To Host Fashion Show
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EAST LANSING, MI – The Department of Art | Art History | Design in the College of Arts and Letters at Michigan State University is pleased to announce the Transparency Fashion Show on Sunday, April 7, Noon till 2 PM at the Broad Art Museum MSU.
Transparency is a cacophony of images accompanying a pop-up, performative fashion show at the Broad Art Museum MSU in connection with the Pattern: Follow the Rules exhibit on view through June 23, 2013. Transparency features more than thirty Apparel and Textile Design students in collaboration with Studio Art Photography students in a ‘behind the scenes’ exploration of a fashion show that culminates into a performance of fashion design.
The Michigan State University’s Department of Art | Art History | Design is dedicated to the creation and historical study of the visual arts through its undergraduate and graduate degree programs in studio art, art education, art history, and apparel and textile design. Students are encouraged to develop aesthetic and conceptual awareness, perceptual and creative problem–solving skills, and informed judgment in a learning environment that values the development of personal vision, critical inquiry, and philosophical reflection.
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