Saturday, November 20, 1999 - 12:00am to Monday, April 3, 2000 - 12:45am
Alumni Gallery | Anne Bissonnette, Curator Where will you be for the party of the millennium? The event that ushers in more than a change in the calendar but a new era: the inauguration of the first woman president of the United States. Few things are certain but some are inevitable.
Wednesday, October 13, 1999 - 10:00am to Monday, January 3, 2000 - 9:45am
Stager Gallery | Dr, Catherine Amidon, Exhibition Curator (University of Nebraska, Lincoln) Different Voices: New Art from Poland is based on the works of twenty women artists whose activity is related to the fiber arts lineage. The exhibition and catalogue highlight the strength of their production, outline underlying themes, explore techniques and challenge the extent to which their participation in this lineage questions their relationship to 'contemporary art.'
Wednesday, May 19, 1999 (All day) to Sunday, February 27, 2000 (All day)
Broadbent Gallery | Anne Bissonnette, Curator Revolutionaries of design Issey Miyake and Rei Kawakubo have fused east and west to establish an aesthetic that goes beyond national identity. Their innovative approaches to fashion have baffled and transformed us for the past three decades. Beneath a surface of metamorphosing modern forms, the intellectual core of their work is solidly informed by the traditional principles of Japanese design.
Friday, April 16, 1999 (All day) to Sunday, March 5, 2000 (All day)
Mull Gallery | Jean L. Druesedow, Director Introduced on the air in Cleveland, Ohio at WEWS on January 13, 1949, as the "First Lady of Physical Fitness," Paige Palmer starred in her own television program for 25 years and kept women in Northeastern Ohio tuned in as she told them how to stay young looking, thin and glamorous. Decades ahead of her time, Paige Palmer was the first in the nation to bring a regular exercise regimen to her viewers complete with patented exercise equipment and apparel bearing her name.
Wednesday, February 17, 1999 - 9:45am to Sunday, April 25, 1999 - 9:45am
Walter B. Denny, Curator In 1998 the Kent State University Museum presented an exhibition entitled "Court and Conquest: Ottoman Origins and the design for Handel's "Tamerlano" at the Glimmerglass Opera" featuring costumes designed by Judy Levin. The exhibition was organized by the Museum and the AXA Gallery (formerly the Equitable Gallery) with the cooperation of the Glimmerglass Opera, Cooperstown, New York. The AXA Gallery is sponsored by the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States.
Wednesday, November 4, 1998 (All day) to Sunday, September 19, 1999 (All day)
Stager Gallery | Anne Bissonnette, Curator
Thursday, September 10, 1998 (All day) to Sunday, September 5, 1999 (All day)
Jean L. Druesedow, Director A Brief Passage
Wednesday, June 17, 1998 (All day) to Sunday, June 4, 2000 (All day)
Higbee Gallery | Anne Bissonnette, Curator When the Kent State University Museum opened its "Victoriana" exhibition in January 1988, it was enhanced by loans from Martha McCaskey Selhorst - six bonnets, six parasols, a carpetbag and a paisley shawl. The Selhorst Collection was well known in the Cleveland area through the entrancing and entertaining shows of period fashions created by Marty Selhorst.