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Talk | Storytelling Through Costume Design

Presented by Taft Museum of Art and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company at Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati OH

Jun 11 2022
Talk | Storytelling Through Costume Design

Wedding Military Outfit, Sense and Sensibility, 1995, Ang Lee, director. Worn by Alan Rickman as Colonel Brandon. Jenny Beavan and John Bright, costume designers

Get an insider’s look at the process of creating theater costumes from the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Resident Costume Designer, Rainy Edwards, and Artistic Director, Sara Clark.

Get an insider’s look at the process of creating theater costumes from the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s  Resident Costume Designer, Rainy Edwards, and  Artistic Director, Sara Clark. In this talk, you will learn how the beautiful costumes for the company’s production of Pride and Prejudice were conceived and created. After the talk, continue the conversation and enjoy a guided tour of the special exhibition Jane Austen: Fashion & Sensibility, included with program registration.

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Includes admission to the special exhibition Jane Austen: Fashion & Sensibility and the Taft historic house galleries.

$15 Taft members; $25 non-members

Questions? Please contact education@taftmuseum.org.

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Taft Museum of Art

316 Pike St , Cincinnati , OH 45202

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