Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Here are entered works on clothing treated as an artistic object, as well as works on clothing created for the stage, screen, or special events. Works on the utilitarian aspects of clothing, including works on how to dress, are entered under [Clothing and dress.]
Found in 158 Collections and/or Records:
Seven boys, members of a basket ball team. Five are dressed in their uniforms, Melvin Strauss is dressed as a clown, and one boy is dressed as a hobo lying on the floor.
File — Box D087.0001: Series D087.01 [Barcode: U186023271565]
This box contains (2) pieces, top and tutu, for Carol's costume for Denver Civic Ballet's 1963 production of "Cinderella." The costume was created by her mother, Delores de Aragon Young, previously known as Pam Young.
File — Box D087.0002: Series D087.01 [Barcode: U186023271573]
This box contains (2) costumes worn by Carol Foster during her time with Denver Civic Ballet or The Denver Post Opera. (1) costume contains (2) pieces, a top and tutu, and was worn for possibly "Coppelia." The other costume is a green one-piece from an unidentified performance.
File — Box D078.0003: Series D078.01 [Barcode: U186023263180]
This box contains (2) pieces of artwork by Judy Graese including (1) print titled "The Huntsman and the Princess" and (1) costume rendering for "Androcles and the Lion" created for the American Theater Institute.
File — Box D086.0003: Series D086.02; Series D086.03; Series D086.04 [Barcode: U186023271604]
This box contains oversize drawings, sketches, costume designs, a sketchbook, and an "artist book" created by Sandra during her time at UCLA and the Aesthetic Education Institute.
File — Box D075.0005: Series D075.04 [Barcode: U186023267736]
This box contains costumes from Speaking of Dance's performance "Kiva: What Do We Hold Sacred." This was a dance created for the 100th anniversary of Mesa Verde National Park. The patterns on the costumes reference pottery designs of the ancient Puebloans. Costumes were designed by Janetta Turner. Choreography by Deborah Reshotko.
File — Box D075.0006: Series D075.04 [Barcode: U186023267744]
This box contains costumes from Speaking of Dance's performance "Kiva: What Do We Hold Sacred" (2006) and "Halloween" (1995-2000). "Kiva: What Do We Hold Sacred" was a dance created for the 100th anniversary of Mesa Verde National Park. The patterns on the costumes reference pottery designs of the ancient Puebloans. Costumes were designed by Janetta Turner. Choreography by Deborah Reshotko. "Halloween" was a production performed with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. Costumes included yellow...
File — Box D075.0007: Series D075.04 [Barcode: U186023267752]
This box contains costumes for Speaking of Dance performances "Carnival of the Animals" and "Spring Night's Moon." "Carnival of the Animals" includes 3 categories of costumes (Poules et coqs, Aquarium, Le coucou au fond des bois). Poules et coqs costumes consists of (1) dark burgandy backed tulle rooster ruff, (2) yellow and red chick "butts," and (2) red and yellow headbands. Aquarium consists of (6) arm bands with flowing blue and red pieces. Le coucou au fonds des bois...
File — Box D075.0008: Series D075.04 [Barcode: U186023263588]
This box contains costumes for Speaking of Dances performances of "The Sneetches" and "Whales." "Sneetches costumes consist of (2) yellow stuffed costumes with felt yellow hats, white neck ruffs, and green stars. Costumes were created by Wendy Joy Felker. Choreography by Deborah Reshotko. "Whales" costumes include (2) blue hats with white spouts. Costumes created by Wendy Joy Felker. Choreography by Deborah Reshotko.
File — Box D096.0024: Series D096.01 [Barcode: U186023277668]
This box contains square dancing clothing including: (2) dresses, (1) plaid skirt, and (1) blazer.