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Recycling in Fashion: Nehal El-Hadi with Tanya Theberge and Anika Kozlowski

FREE  VIEW RECORDING HERE Join Guest Programmer and  Studio Magazine editor-in-chief Nehal El-Hadi in conversation with Anika Kozlowski, Assistant Professor of Fashion Design, Ethics and Sustainability at Ryerson University and Tanya Théberge, creative director and founder of responsibly-sourced fashion…

Patterns of Life: Beadwork from East and South Africa

Beadwork – full of brilliant colour and pattern – is one of the most dynamic art forms in Africa. Beads are a widespread feature of adornment and have been treasured by African people throughout history. Beadwork traditions signal things such as group identity, age, marital status, social rank and spiritual state. The 2004 exhibition Patterns of Life: Beadwork from East and South Africa tells the story of these beadwork traditions.

The Blues

The mystique of the colour blue – beautiful, elusive, reflecting the sky and the sea – pervades human life and culture around the world. The Blues. examines the powerful symbolism associated with the colour blue.

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