Costume Colloquium II: Dress for Dance

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Costume Colloquium II:Dress for Dance

www.costume-textiles.com

November

4

th

– 7th 2010

Florence

, Italy

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Following the great success of Costume Colloquium: A tribute to Janet Arnold(held in Florence in 2008, attended by over 315 participants from 26 countries, with 39 presentations on 8 themes)a second symposium will take place in November of this year dedicated to the fascinating subject of Dress for Dance

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Costume Colloquium II will explore interdisciplinary aspects of dance dress and costume, this multi-cultural mode of human expression, from a variety of practical, historical and creative perspectives.

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A wide variety of papers and presentations will provide participants with new and in-depth knowledge regarding unpublished research, new creations and/or practical experiments related to all of the multi-faceted themes of

Costume Colloquium II:

Dress for Dance

.

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Parallel to the academic sessions there will be several special events and venues which will give the participants an opportunity not only to visit never before seen treasures, but also to network and socialize with one another.

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A unique symposium for:

costume and dance historians

costume designers

costume makers museum curators archivists and researchers textile and costume conservators dancers and dance re-enactors choreographers students members of the public

Learn from Experts in the Field

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The Advisory Committee has selected 33 papers submitted by experts from around the world representing 16 nationalities.

Australia

Canada

Croatia

Czech Republic

England

France

India

Ireland

Italy

Lebanon

New Zealand

Mexico

Poland

Russia

Serbia

United States of America

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The papers and presentations cover topics which will incorporate both theoretical and practical perspectives of the 8 Academic Sessions which are:

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I. History of dance costume for professional performance: theatre, ballet, cinema, etc.

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II. Historical dance re-enactment: getting the steps and the clothing right

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III. Documenting dance dress: dress as a document and documents of dress

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IV. Dress for traditional and ceremonial dance: costume as expressions of cultures

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V. Creating dance costume: designers, artists, artisans, stylists, tailors, seamstresses using traditional, experimental and/or contemporary materials and techniques

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VI. Dance costume in museums and archives: collecting designs and surviving costumes, conservation, and display techniques

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VII. Fashion and popular dance: the relationship between new styles of dance and fashionable dress, past and present

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VIII. Dance costume and artistic expression: their reciprocal relationship

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As was the case for the first Costume Colloquium, the second edition is being promoted by

Involved are numerous

national and international institutions

together with the

Association Friends of the Costume Gallery

the

Romualdo

Del

Bianco

Foundation

under the auspices of

Life Beyond Tourism

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Special Events and Venues

which are being organized for all participants

include:

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an exclusive visit to the newly opened exhibition Bronzino: Artist and Poet and a reception at the Loggia of the Palazzo Strozzi

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an exclusive visit to the Museum Casa Martelli and a dance performance in the palace ballroom

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a premier showing of the dance costume exhibition in the Palazzo Medici-Riccardicreated exclusively for Costume Colloquium by the Australian National Institute of Dramatic Art

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an optional Post Conference Excursion to Siena will include exclusive visits to the museums of Santa Maria della Scala, the Municipality of Siena as well as a visit and reception at aSienese Contrada.

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Costume Colloquium II:Dress for Dance

www.costume

November

4

th

– 7th 2010

Florence, Italy

textiles.com

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