Exhibit Opening and Panel Discussion
Post-Impression: Envisioning Vincent van Gogh’s Life Through Fashion
Fashion and art lovers are invited to attend the exhibit opening reception of Post-Impression: Envisioning Vincent van Gogh’s Life Through Fashion and a panel discussion with the Houston Community College (HCC) top fashion designers.
Fashion panelists will include Jessica McMahon, Fashion Instructor at the Glassell School of Art and WID School, as well as six of the designers highlighted in the exhibit: Maria Hammond, David Valdez, Shanda Phillips, Nghi “Chris” Nguyen, Jade Gillen and Regina Vigil. The discussion will be moderated by HCC Fashion Design Professor, Alex Chapman.
This exhibition is in partnership with Houston Community College, Fashion and Costume Design Department and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. It is generously supported by the Houston Public Library and the City of Houston.
Visit www.houstonlibrary.org or call 832-393-1313 for more information on the exhibit and parking information for Central Library. This exhibit is free and open to the public.
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 2 PM
Central Library, 1st Floor Gallery
500 McKinney St., 77002
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