Historical Architecture: Re-Fashioned
In January 2013, the V&AAF and the Society of the Four Arts hosted a lecture on Historical Architecture: Re-Fashioned by Graham Haworth, Director at Haworth Tompkins Architects in London.
Graham talked about his collaboration with the V&A and its new Textiles and Fashion Study and Conservation Centre, as well as other projects of his at some of the most celebrated historic buildings in London.
The lecture was hosted jointly with the Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach and was preceded by a lunch in the Pannill Pavilion.
The American Friends of the V&A supported The Clothworkers’ Centre for the Study and Conservation of Textiles and Fashion that opened in October.
The American Friends of the V&A was able to support an artist’s residency for ceramics artist Michelle Erickson at the V&A.
Dr Christine Checinska, Senior Curator of African and African Diaspora Fashion at the V&A, and Ernestine White-Mifetu, Sills Foundation Curator of African Art at the…