Between Fashion and Literature
Wednesday | 14.11.18 | 19:30
Djanogly Hall, Mishkenot Sha’ananim Cultural Center, Jerusalem
Why did Virginia Woolf write repeatedly about hats? What can we learn from Oscar Wilde’s fondness for clothing? What can Anna Karenina’s dress and Madame Bovary’s shoes teach us about these characters and the authors who dressed them?
Yaara Shehori, author and editor, is a guest of the Mishkenot Sha’ananim Residency program in the autumn of 2018. She and fashion designer Dorin Frankfurt will discuss fashion inspired by literature, clothing as identity and metaphor, and the link between text and textile.
At the event, moderated by Goel Pinto, host of the radio program “Kan- Culture”, footage from well-known films based on books will be screened.
* Djanogly hall is located further down the staircase leading from the windmill, on the left side. The seats in Djanogly hall are unmarked. * The event will be held in Hebrew. * The audience is requested to arrive about 20 minutes before the start of the event.
* Latecomers will not be allowed to enter.
* The number of seats is limited. The program is subject to change.
For ticket purchase: Eventer offices: *9609