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Dyckman Farmhouse – Talking About Race Matters: Redressing American Fashion: Black Designers in the 19th and 20th Centuries by Elizabeth Way

Talking About Race Matters: Redressing American Fashion: Black Designers in the 19th and 20th Centuries Lecture by Elizabeth Way

February 28th at 6PM – Virtual

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Black people have always significantly shaped American fashion through their style, their labor, and as innovative fashion makers. From nineteenth-century dressmakers, both enslaved and free, to transitional creatives who helped navigate what an American designer could be, and late-twentieth century designers, embedded in the formal New York industry, Black people have always been a driving force in American fashion. Their stories, however, are often left out of the narrative. Examining the lives and careers of just a few starts to create a more wholistic understanding of American fashion and its wider impacts on culture and society.

Elizabeth Way is Associate Curator of Costume at The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she co-curated/curated Black Fashion Designers (2016), Fabric In Fashion (2018), Head to Toe (2021), Fresh, Fly, and Fabulous: Fifty Years of Hip Hop Style (2023), and Food & Fashion (2023). Way guest-curated Ann Lowe: American Couturier at Winterthur Museum Garden & Library (2023). She edited the books Black Designers in American Fashion (2021) and Ann Lowe: American Couturier (2023). She holds an M.A. in Costume Studies from New York University.

 

Hablar de Temas Raciales: Revistiendo la Moda Estadounidense: Diseñadores Negros en los siglos XIX y XX. Una Conferencia de Elizabeth Way el 28 de febrero a las 6:00 pm – Virtual

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Las personas de color en este país siempre han dado forma a la moda estado unidense de una manera significativa a través de sus estilo, su trabajo y como creadores innovadores de ésta. Modistas negros del siglo XIX, tanto esclavizados como libres, hasta creativos en transición que ayudaron a navegar lo que podría ser un diseñador estadounidense y diseñadores de finales del siglo XX, se integraron todos en la industria formal de la moda neoyorquina. La gente negra siempre ha sido una fuerza impulsora en la moda estadounidense. Sus historias, sin embargo, a menudo quedan fuera de la narración. Ven a examinar las vidas y carreras de unos pocos; lo que hace que se comience a crear una comprensión más integral de la moda estadounidense y su gran impacto en la cultura y la sociedad.

Elizabeth Way es curadora asociada de vestuario en el museo del Instituto de Tecnología de la Moda, donde fue premiada por el Black Fashion Designers (2016), Fabric In Fashion (2018), Head to Toe (2021), Fresh, Fly y Fabuloso: cincuenta años de estilo hip hop (2023). Ann Lowe, curadora invitada: American Couturier in Winterthur Museum Garden & Library (2023). Editó los libros Black Designers in American Fashion (2021) y Ann Lowe: American Couturier (2023). Tiene una maestría en Estudios de Vestuario de la Universidad de Nueva York.

Dyckman Farmhouse: Connections Opening Reception

Join us at the Dyckman Farmhouse to celebrate the creative spirit and artwork of four visionary uptown artists. While this pop up exhibition will showcase their diverse perspectives, mediums, and styles, the theme of “Connections” binds them to each other and to their uptown communities.

What better place to unite art lovers and creators than at the Dyckman Farmhouse, a place dedicated to preserving the history of Inwood while honoring the present and future of this vibrant community.

Enjoy art, refreshments and the wonderful music by harpist José Luis.

Dyckman Farmhouse – Common Grounds: Inwood Edition

Tuesday, January 30th
5:45PM-7:30PM

at Buunni Coffee Inwood

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Join us at Buunni Coffee Inwood for a night of community, conversation, and prizes! In the last program of the series, we will discuss what makes up a community and the future of Inwood.

You will also have the opportunity to collect tickets throughout the evening, which can be exchanged for exciting prizes like Dyckman beer, Tom Ford makeup bundles, and large format historic prints of Inwood. Come enjoy some of the best coffee in the world for free, as well as tea, cider, and hot cocoa provided by Buunni coffee. Additional Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

Dyckman Farmhouse: Artist Hour with Shu Tu

Artist Hour with Shu Tu
January 13th, 2024; 1PM-2PM

FREE with Museum Admission

Meet Shu Tu, DFM’s exhibiting artist! Shu’s exhibition, “Ordinary/Extraordinary,” is on view now at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum. Come by and explore the exhibition and meet the creator behind this beautiful exhibition.

¡Conoce a Shu Tu, la artista que expone en DFM! La exposición de Shu, “Ordinario / Extraordinario”, se puede ver ahora en el Museo Dyckman Farmhouse. Ven y explora la exposición y conoce a la creadora detrás de esta hermosa exposición.

Dyckman Farmhouse: Artist Hour with Shu Tu

December 9 at 1PM
December 16 at 1PM
December 30 at 1PM

Meet Shu Tu, DFM’s exhibiting artist! Shu’s exhibition, “Ordinary/Extraordinary,” is on view now at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum. Come by and explore the exhibition and meet the creator behind this beautiful exhibition.

Hora del Artista con Shu Tu

9 de diciembre a la 1:00 pm
16 de diciembre a la 1:00 pm
30 de diciembre a la 1:00 pm

¡Conoce a Shu Tu, la artista que expone en DFM! La exposición de Shu, “Ordinario / Extraordinario”, se puede ver ahora en el Museo Dyckman Farmhouse. Ven y explora la exposición y conoce a la creadora detrás de esta hermosa exposición.