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Southeastern Regional Activities
For the Love of Costume
Annual Symposium: September 28-October 1, 2017
Held at Shenandoah University, Winchester, Virginia
The Southeastern Region’s 2017 Annual Meeting and Symposium will be held at Shenandoah University in historic Winchester, Virginia. The Symposium includes stimulating peer-reviewed presentations related to the theme “For the Love of Costume,” as well as other clothing-related topics; a silent auction; a reception hosted by the Shenandoah University Theatre Department; and tours of local attractions. More details will be available soon.
The schedule and abstracts for 2016’s symposium, Trading Post, Mill Town, Metropolis, are available by clicking here.
- For more information about the upcoming Symposium, contact the chair, Cheryl Yancey.
A Special Springtime Fête during the new costume exhibition
Designed for Drama: Fashion from the Classics
Tuesday, April 18, 2017. 9:30 am–4:30 pm
Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina
Before touring the exhibits of costumes from historical films inspired by beloved novels, we’ll enjoy a sparkling Jane Austen Social over tea & scones while CSA Member Cornelia Powell delivers a behind-the-scenes look into the talented costume designers featured in the period exhibition. The day will also include Cornelia’s presentation “Victoria & Elizabeth: Recreating Crowns and Gowns”—queenly highlights from two new TV costume dramas. There will be gifts, door prizes, special guests, book signings, and a vintage jewelry pop-up boutique!
Click here for more information,
and visit http://biltmore.corneliapowell.com/ to register.
Funding is available each year to support mini-meetings within the Region by providing monies required to publicize these events (up to $125 per meeting). Meetings can be designed around a local event such as a theatrical performance or museum exhibition and can be in partnership with an organization, an historic home, a museum, or a bordering CSA region. These smaller versions of the Region’s annual symposium are encouraged because they not only provide local CSA members with costume programming but also foster interest in costume topics among potential members.
- For information or to propose a mini-meeting topic and location, please contact Holly Alford.