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THE CONSERVATIONS AND EXHIBITION OF MATERIALS

WHY THIS MODULE?

From clothes to accessories, from textile designs to transparencies for printing, from photographs to color charts: each material has different characteristics, each garment requires specific precautions to be preserved in the best possible way and each archive, based on the nature that distinguishes it, must provide different exposure standards.

Business brands are increasingly relying on their corporate memory as a tool to position themselves in the public eye. The historical archive, if well managed and preserved, can be the basis from which to plan and organize events and new exhibition forms.

F.FRI dedicates its third appointment of the Fashion Archive course to these topics, enabling participants to become acquainted with conservative daily necessities as well as operational and strategic practices which characterize the activity of a historical luxury archive.

 

Application deadline: January 2025
LESSONS: January 2025
MODE: In presence and in streaming
PLACES: 22
Cost: € 500
Early Bird: € 400 until the December 2024

PROGRAMME

  • January 2025
  • January 2025
  • January 2025

CONDITIONING AND STORAGE PRACTICES

with Cristina Maria Da Roit, Curator of the Fortuny Museum Archives and Elisa Zonta, textile restorer of the Textile Museum and the Germana Marucelli Archive

On the basis of examples and case studies of two important professionals in the sector, the day will be entirely dedicated to verifying the daily needs, operational practices and strategic planning relating to the conservation of textile and fashion product archives.

ARCHIVE EXHIBITIONS

with Alessandra Arezzi Boza, Fashion Curator & Brand heritage expert and Stefano Dominella, President of Unindustria Fashion and Design, curator of exhibitions, Gattinoni Archive

Through the case of an important international museum, in the first part of the day one will review the operational practices linked to the creation of exhibitions starting from archive materials and historical collections. The case study of the fashion house from Emilia Max Mara and its historical archive will then be the protagonist, as an example of valorisation in an inspirational and exhibition key.

EXCLUSIVELY FOR THOSE WHO WILL PARTICIPATE IN PRESENCE

VISIT: LISIO FOUNDATION

Heir to the factory founded by Giuseppe Lisio in Florence in 1906, it passes on the art of hand weaving in silk, gold and silver, through production, educational and cultural activities. In order to enrich the visit, antique textiles that were acquired over time from the antiquarian market represent disparate decorative typologies and textile techniques, placed once again at the service of a product of quality with a strong Italian mark.

Logistics at the expense of the student.

CONDITIONING AND STORAGE PRACTICES

with Cristina Maria Da Roit, Curator of the Fortuny Museum Archives and Elisa Zonta, textile restorer of the Textile Museum and the Germana Marucelli Archive

On the basis of examples and case studies of two important professionals in the sector, the day will be entirely dedicated to verifying the daily needs, operational practices and strategic planning relating to the conservation of textile and fashion product archives.

ARCHIVE EXHIBITIONS

with Alessandra Arezzi Boza, Fashion Curator & Brand heritage expert and Stefano Dominella, President of Unindustria Fashion and Design, curator of exhibitions, Gattinoni Archive

Through the case of an important international museum, in the first part of the day one will review the operational practices linked to the creation of exhibitions starting from archive materials and historical collections. The case study of the fashion house from Emilia Max Mara and its historical archive will then be the protagonist, as an example of valorisation in an inspirational and exhibition key.

EXCLUSIVELY FOR THOSE WHO WILL PARTICIPATE IN PRESENCE

VISIT: LISIO FOUNDATION

Heir to the factory founded by Giuseppe Lisio in Florence in 1906, it passes on the art of hand weaving in silk, gold and silver, through production, educational and cultural activities. In order to enrich the visit, antique textiles that were acquired over time from the antiquarian market represent disparate decorative typologies and textile techniques, placed once again at the service of a product of quality with a strong Italian mark.

Logistics at the expense of the student.

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