Historical tailoring

November 22, 2021 - Closed course

Laboratorio Sartoriale "Medioevo" - Allegoria del Buon Governo di Lorenzetti

Obiettivo del corso è insegnare l'arte della sartoria, guidando gli allievi a creare abiti storici attraverso lo studio della storia del costume e del taglio storico. Lezioni pratiche durante le quali gli allievi affineranno le loro conoscenze sulle tecniche sartoriali indispensabili per una corretta pratica del mestiere.
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Historical Tailoring, Costume for the Performing Arts 2021-2023

The two-year course offers complete training, structured in quarters, aimed at acquiring sartorial professionalism for measuring up to and communicating with the various professional figures of the performing arts and live shows.
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July 19, 2021 - Closed course

The 2021 Summer School “The lady in red”

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History of Textiles 2. Textile decoration from the Baroque era to the Empire period

Individual module of "Historical Tailoring, Costume and Performing". The course aim is to illustrate not only the ways in which a decorative theme which has characterised textile production through the ages – that is, flowers and plant motifs – has assumed different meanings in different historical eras but also how taste and the idea of ‘fashion’ have evolved through the centuries. A vast iconographic repertoire of slides is projected, church vestments and paraments and textile fragments from the Fondazione Lisio historic archives are presented.
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History of Costume and Fashion 2: Evolution from the XVI sec. to the French Revolution

The course traces the evolution of the various types of clothing in use from ancient times through the Renaissance and focuses, besides on the stylistic peculiarities of each era, on the specific uses to which wool, leathers and silk were put and the significance acquired by each material over history.
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History of Textiles 1. Textile decoration from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

Individual module of "Historical Tailoring, Costume and Performing". The course aim is to illustrate not only the ways in which a decorative theme which has characterised textile production through the ages – that is, flowers and plant motifs – has assumed different meanings in different historical eras but also how taste and the idea of ‘fashion’ have evolved through the centuries. A vast iconographic repertoire of slides is projected, church vestments and paraments and textile fragments from the Fondazione Lisio historic archives are presented.
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To be scheduled

History of Costume and Fashion 1: Evolution from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

The course traces the evolution of the various types of clothing in use from ancient times through the Renaissance and focuses, besides on the stylistic peculiarities of each era, on the specific uses to which wool, leathers and silk were put and the significance acquired by each material over history.
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