Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, “Silver Screen Style 1930-1950” has been cancelled. As we are unable to reschedule the program, all tickets have been refunded. Purchases made with a credit card have been automatically refunded onto the original card, and purchases made with cash or checks will be refunded with a check by mail. We are working to schedule a screening of the lecture following next Tuesday’s course lecture and will be in touch within the next few days with details. We are also working to reschedule the screening of the Week 1 lecture “Hollywood, American Culture, and WWII.” Tickets are available for this lecture’s repeat Thursday February 12 from 7-8:30pm.
Michelle Finamore, Penny Vinik Curator of Fashion Arts
The 1930s and ’40s—arguably the most glamorous years of Hollywood design—saw increasing sophistication in costume production. See how interpretations of Parisian style were rendered with a Hollywood twist, and look into the quintessentially American work of costume designers, such as Gilbert Adrian, Travis Banton, and Edith Head.
Four session course tickets ($96 member, $120 nonmember) are not available online.
To order tickets by phone, call 1-800-440-6975; to order in person, visit any MFA ticket desk.
Above: Installation view of Hollywood Glamour: Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Loring Gallery of Textiles.