49. Queer Fashion & Style: Stories from an Exhibition
Welcome to our episode focusing on the exhibition Queer Fashion and Style: Stories from the Heartland. Dana interviews Dr. Kelly Reddy-Best, the creator and co-curator of the exhibition about the unique exhibition method used to create the exhibition, as well as the installation, response and future of fashion exhibitions. The Queer Fashion and Style exhibition is currently at the Iowa State University's Clothing and Textile Museum and features the stories and objects of 12 Queer Midwestern Women.
Queer Fashion and Style: Stories from the Heartland will be open until April 14, 2018 and can be viewed in the Textiles and Clothing Museum in Morrill Hall on the Iowa State University campus.
You can find more about the exhibition here:
Fashion and Culture Research Lab: www.kellyreddy-best.com/lab/
Fashion and Culture Research Lab Facebook Page: @fashionandcultureresearchlab
ISU Textile and Clothing Museum: www.aeshm.hs.iastate.edu/tc-museum/mary-alice-gallery/current-exhibit-2/
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