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$15 ($10 members, $8 students)

Join Pittsburgh-based fashion designer Tereneh Mosley and architect Philp Beesley for an extraordinary afternoon devoted to expanding the creative mind through drawing. Draw directly on fabrics, design a collaborative garment, and work from otherworldly images culled from Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s scanning electron microscope.

Think differently about materials, textures, and giving form to the unseen as Mosley and Beesley lead experimental drawing exercises that investigate ideas and materials inspirational to their unique practices.

Tereneh Mosley is founder of Idia’Dega: Elegant Ethical Apparel and Global Eco-Design Collaboration. Philip Beesley is an architect, artist, and designer, who has collaborated extensively with Iris van Herpen.

Feb. 4–May 1, 2017

This is event is part of CMOA's opening weekend for "Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion." Fashion designer Iris van Herpen (Dutch, b. 1984) marries precision and meticulous handcraft, inventive technological solutions, and a striking, futuristic aesthetic. Organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, and Groninger Museum, The Netherlands, Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion gathers seven years of van Herpen’s original haute couture for this exhibition: her first North American tour. Opening February 4 at Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA), it presents 15 of her collections across a bewildering range of materials and techniques.
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By: Carnegie Museum of Art