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Conférences « Vide-poches » de l’AFET

Vendredi 22 Septembre 2017

de 14 h à 17h30
Auditorium du C2RMF, Palais du Louvre, Paris

Programme
INTERVENTIONS :
Astrid CASTRES : Les techniques de gaufrage des étoffes : un champ d’expérimentation textile à Paris au XVI e siècle
Marguerite COPPENS : L’habit fait-il l’infirmière ?
Françoise COUSIN : Les teintures à réserves sur le pourtour méditerranéen : Proche-Orient, Afrique du nord, Europe méridionale
Josiane et Daniel H. FRUMAN : Autour de El Escorial
Danièle VERON-DENISE : Les tentures brodées du maréchal François de Créquy, marquis de Marines (1629-1687)

Un plan d’accès vous sera envoyé après inscription
Vous munir d’une pièce d’identité qui vous sera demandée pour l’accès à l’auditorium
INSCRIPTION :
Inscription gratuite mais obligatoire auprès de Isabelle BEDAT, téléphone 06 08 93 88 11
Mail : bedat.isabelle@wanadoo.fr

Tissus en mouvement

Bruno Fournier, photographe de mode, a réalisé des photographies mettant en scène les tissus fabriqués par la société Bugis, spécialisée dans les tissus-maille de haute technologie : une femme s’enveloppe et s’habille de chacun de ces tissus dans des photographies vivantes captant le textile en plein mouvement.
Musée de la Bonneterie à Troyes, du 20 mai ou 17 septembre 2017

 

LUXURY AND EXOTICISM: TEXTILES AND DRESS IN MUSEUMS AND HISTORIC HOUSES

CHORD Workshop and Call for Papers:

Thursday 8 June 2017

University of Wolverhampton

CHORD invites submissions for a workshop that explores luxurious and ‘exotic’ textiles and dress in the collections of museums and historic houses.

Papers focusing on any historical period or geographical area are welcome. We define luxury and exoticism broadly, including luxury items with no exotic connotations, and everyday or mass-produced ‘exotic’ items. Both textiles and clothing, decorative and ‘useful’ items are of interest. Museum professionals, conservators, students, academic scholars or anybody with an interest in the topic are warmly invited to submit a proposal. We welcome both experienced and new speakers, including speakers without an institutional affiliation.

Potential speakers are welcome to discuss their ideas with the organiser before submission (please see details below). Some of the themes that might be considered include (but are not limited to):

§ The care, display and interpretation of precious, rare or exotic textiles and dress

§ Chinoiserie, empire and imported luxuries

§ The changing nature and perceptions of luxury and exoticism

§ Fancy dress and masques

§ The conservation, repair and care of luxury dress and textiles.

§ Ethnographical items and collections

§ Haute couture and designer fashions.

§ Collections and collectors, historical and contemporary

To submit a proposal, please send title and abstract of c.300 to 400 words to Laura Ugolini, at l.ugolini@wlv.ac.uk by 10 March 2017.

Individual papers are usually 20 minutes in length, followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion. We also welcome shorter, 10 minute presentations, also followed by ten minutes of discussion, which might focus on a specific collection, object, new project or work in progress.

If you are unsure whether to submit a proposal or would like to discuss your ideas, please e-mail Laura Ugolini at l.ugolini@wlv.ac.uk

Small bursaries will be available for speakers to subsidise the cost of travel (within the UK) and the workshop fee.

The workshop will be held on Wolverhampton City Campus, University of Wolverhampton, a short walk from Wolverhampton’s bus and train stations.

News about CHORD events, as well as blogs based on past conference papers, can also be found here:
http://retailhistory.wordpress.com/about/

For further information, please see http://home.wlv.ac.uk/~in6086/textiles2017.htm
or e-mail Laura Ugolini at: l.ugolini@wlv.ac.uk