Final Days of Hollywood Costumes Exhibit at VMFA-Great Social History Timeline through Costume for Students


The Hollywood Costumes exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) closes February 17, 2014.  This exhibit shows a wide range of costumes reflecting diverse cultures and time periods in films of many genres.  Tickets to this exhibit are free for VMFA members and $10 for students with student ID, and school age youth.  Children six and under are free.  Further a student VMFA annual membership for $10 may be purchased with a student ID, and then this exhibit is free and any other special exhibit over the membership year is also free.  A trip to this exhibit is a perfect way to create your own mental timeline of social  history based on costumes from films you may have seen or will want to see. Costumes are as diverse as those worn in Spiderman, Pirates of the Caribbean, Braveheart. My Fairy Lady, The Wizard of Oz, Harry Potter, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Robin Hood, Ben-Hur, Cleopatra, and even Austin Powers!  Do not miss this opportunity to look at social history in a delightful way with the students in your life!
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