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The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Upcoming Zoom Lecture Korean Couture and Its Legacy


Lie Sang Bong (Korean, b. 1954), Dress, Fall 2008, 2008, wool; Courtesy of LIE SANGBONG © LIE SANGBONG; Photo courtesy of LIE SANGBONG

Zoom Lunchtime Lecture
Korean Couture and Its Legacy
Tuesday, May 7,  12-1pm
Free Registration

Join The Cleveland Museum of Art for their upcoming Zoom Lunchtime Lecture, Korean Couture and Its Legacy on Tuesday, May 7th!

In conjunction with their newly opened exhibition,  Korean Couture: Generations of Revolution, the first show on Korean fashion at the CMA, the exhibition’s co-curators, Sooa McCormick, Korea Foundation Curator of Korean Art, and Darnell-Jamal Lisby, assistant curator of fashion, introduce the dynamic, innovative trajectory of Korean style from 17th-century aristocratic clothing to contemporary couture by South Korean trailblazing fashion designers who are shaping fashion’s future.

Korean Couture and Its Legacy is part of the museum’s Lunchtime Lecture Series held every first Tuesday of each month where curators, conservators, scholars, and other museum staff offer their insights and expertise on objects currently on display in the museum galleries.

To learn more and register for free, click here.

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