Tag Archives: fashion & music

Guest Post: Schiaparelli’s Shock Tactics (Part II)

By Victoria Pass Today’s post is by Victoria Pass, she received her PhD from the University of Rochester in May 2011 and she is currently teaching at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her dissertation, Strange Glamour, examines fashion and … Continue reading

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Fashion & Music Symposium- A New Mode: Fashion, Women, and the Theremin

A New Mode: Fashion, Women, and the Theremin Patrice George When the theremin, the world’s first electronic musical instrument, was introduced to New York audiences in1928, some though it was just an amusing experiment. Its creator, Russian science professor Leon … Continue reading

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Fashion & Music Symposium- Callas Behavior: Fashion and the Making of a Diva

Callas Behavior: Fashion and the Making of a Diva By Tracy Jenkins Christened “La Divina” by critics for her remarkable voice, Maria Callas personified what is still thought of today as The Diva. She remains, even after her death, one … Continue reading

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Fashion & Music Symposium- Kind of Blue: The Changing Music and Personal Style of Miles Davis

Kind of Blue: The Changing Music and Personal Style of Miles Davis By Alex Joseph Miles Davis (1926-1991), one of the most influential jazz artists of all time, had a long, extremely productive career, featuring 67 studio albums.  For the … Continue reading

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Two-Part Harmony: Fashion & Music

We are thrilled to invite you to our program’s annual symposium. This year papers will address the special relationship between fashion and music. In the next couple of weeks we will post the abstracts of the papers to give you … Continue reading

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