The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is proud to announce the return of monthly noon programs. On Tuesday, August 30 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., “Meet Me at the Museum” will begin. Bring a lunch or enjoy snacks on the museum and get together to discuss a new topic each time.
The first program will feature topics surrounding the ongoing special exhibition, “Embellished: Adornment Through the Ages“, a showcase of embellishments and accessories in fashion history. Let us tell you about our favorite pieces and answer some of the common questions we hear about the exhibit. Were people really shorter in the 19e century? Why did people make jewelry out of hair? How do Chinese women fit in such small shoes? How has adornment in fashion reflected human nature throughout history? Come to the museum to hear the answers to these questions and more.
No registration necessary. This program is offered free of charge and made possible through the support of the Ohio Arts Council. “Embellished” will be open to the public until Sunday, September 18.
Category: Culture & Leisure