A Common Thread: A Close Look at Color in Fashion's History - 6:54
with Meghan Smith, Curator of "Color of Style" at Indiana State Museum
Posted Jun 17, 2019
A brand new experience is currently up for grabs at the Indiana State Museum via their limited-run exhibit, "Color of Style". Curated by Meghan Smith, "Color of Style" will allow you to "discover how who we are shapes how we dress and the colors we choose to wear". Host Talor Whitaker talks to Smith about the exhibit's curation; highlighting participating designers and creators from the Hoosier state that can be discovered through the display and how exactly color has impacted, and permeated through, our culture over time. Interview filmed on May 29, 2019 at the Indiana State Museum. Thumbnail by Juan Mendez at Pexels.
Hosted by: Talor Whitaker Produced by: Heartland Newsmakers Team
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