Film Costume / State of the Art

MA in Costume Studies

Film Costume / State of the Art

New York University
Einstein Auditorium
34 Stuyvesant Street
Saturday, October 21st, 2017
10:00am – 4:30pm

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
Please RSVP to costume.studies@nyu.edu

Program Schedule

9:30am:
 Coffee and registration, ground floor lobby

10:00am: Welcome and Introduction
Nancy Deihl, Director, NYU Costume Studies
Drake Stutesman
, Professor, NYU and Pratt Institute

10:15am: Keynote Presentation
Tom Meyers, Fort Lee Film Commission Film History Comes Alive in Fort Lee: The Treasures of Newly Found Artifacts and the Preservation of Films and Buildings in the First American Film Town

11:00am: Rob Roth, Artist & Director, Costume as Character

11:30am: Sarah Edwards, Costume Designer, and Bette Gordon, Filmmaker, in conversation with Drake Stutesman

12:00pm: Morning Q&A

12:30pm: Catered lunch, 6th floor

2:00pm: 
Edward Maeder
, Independent scholar, Spotlight on the Stars: Gladys Parker - Cartoonist and Hollywood Designer
Denise Nicole Green, Cornell University, The Biggest Little Fashion City: Ithaca & Silent Film Style
Kevin Jones, FIDM Museum, Hollywood Scandal!: Edith Head & Celanese "Star in Crepe"
Lauren Boumaroun, UCLA, Costume Designer/Everything: Hybridized Identities in Animation Production 

3:30pm: Afternoon Q&A

4:00pm: Reception, ground floor. 

This event has been organized by the Costume Studies M.A. Program at NYU Steinhardt.
Reception sponsored by Mid-Atlantic Region of Costume Society of America.

Speaker bios can be found here.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

Please RSVP to costume.studies@nyu.edu