Shakespeare Talk Draws Crowd

Barbara Henry and Cecilia Vore elaborating on a costume in which just one part  inspired  making of the the whole dress.

Barbara Henry and Cecilia Vore elaborating on a costume in which just one part inspired making of the the whole dress.

Sunday, July 21 saw a lot of activity at the Arden Craft Shop Museum. Over 20 people attended a talk by Barbara Henry and Cecilia Vore about the costumes they created for the various Shakespeare performances here in the Ardens. The two costumers spoke about the general process of costume development and even delved into their inspiration for a number of the costumes on display at the museum.

A big thank you to Barbara and Cecilia and all who came to hear them speak! A video of the talk will be up on the website soon, so check back again if you missed the talk the first time around!

Barbara Henry shows a jester's jacket that was full of whimsy and delight, where the back was as interesting as the front.

Barbara Henry shows a jester’s jacket that was full of whimsy and delight, where the back was as interesting as the front.

Brook Bovard in the jester costume.

Brook Bovard in the jester costume.

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