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Lectures and Talks

Happy Clothes: A Film About Patricia Field Screening

 Happy Clothes: A Film About Patricia Field takes a deep dive into the life of iconic costume designer Patricia Field. Take a walk down memory lane with Field and her endless list of friends, team members, and collaborators to see how some of the most memorable film and television costumes came to life.

The screening of the film will be followed by a Q&A session with director/producer Michael Selditch and executive producers Tricia Youssi, and Luisa Law, and the DAM's own Director & Curator of the Avenir Institute of Textile Art & Fashion, Jill D'Alessandro.

Logan Lecture: vanessa german

A self-taught artist, poet, spoken-word performer, and community organizer, vanessa german makes art for social healing. Her sculptures, comprising found materials and sewn textiles, are model on the Kongo tradition of nkisi and contain spiritual, mystical, and feminist energies that offer protection. Reckoning with the historical and ongoing trauma of structural racism, german proposes new models for social healing and well-being.

german's TV Man (2022) in the collection of the Denver Art Museum is currently on view in the Hamilton building on the fourth floor.

This lecture is presented by the Modern and Contemporary Art department.

Since 2007, the Logan Lecture Series at the Denver Art Museum has presented talks by over 120 contemporary artists. Organized by the Modern and Contemporary Art department, the series is made possible through the generous support of Vicki and Kent Logan.

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