Victorian Hair Art Talk & Demo


Victorian Hair Art Talk & Demo image

Hairwork, in its many forms, established itself as a longstanding tradition by the latter half of the 19th century. Husbands went to work wearing watch fobs fashioned out of their wives' hair. Locks from the dearly departed were mounted into rings and brooches. At the time of rising commercialism, sentimental hair work became a way to signal one's sincerity and was a treasured keepsake. Learn about the history of the craft, view samples, and watch a demonstration of the process.

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Dates:
May 11th - May 11th, 2024
Cost:
Members: $10, Nonmembers: $10

Session 1: Saturday, May 11th with Susan Doran


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DAY DATE TIME LOCATION
1 Sat May 11 1-3PM Sunken Room
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