Costume Exhibition (Romeo and Juliet)
February 25, 2019 - March 8, 2019
Mānoa Campus, Miller 112
Romeo and Juliet - The Past and Through a Modern Lens will be showing in Miller Hall room 112 this February 25th until March 8th and attendance is free. The show is a clothing exhibit curated by the Costume Collection Department / FDM 460 and is a group show. This exhibit will include garments that show an interpretation of Romeo and Julietâ€™s style of dress. This will be translated into styles of the 1930â€™s, 50â€™s, 70â€™s, 90â€™s, and present day. Also included will be historically accurate or replicant pieces of historically accurate apparel. Romeo and Juliet - The Past and Through a Modern Lens is inspired by the many retellings and performances of Romeo and Juliet spanning modern history.
Costume exhibition is on display in Miller 112, Feb 25 - March 8, 2019
Family & Consumer Sciences, Mānoa Campus
Shu Hwa Lin, (808) 956-2245, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://cms.ctahr.hawaii.edu/fcs2/Undergraduate/FDM