Remaking the Renaissance

Lynn Mecklenburg Textile Gallery

Looking at key textile innovations in the era c.1400-1700, Remaking the Renaissance suggests that objects and their histories can be restored and recreated through conservation and research.

Photo of several maroon and yellow textiles layered on top of each other with the words Remaking the Renaissance over them.

Made in SoHE Opening Reception

Nancy Nicholas Hall
@ 5:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Join us in celebrating the opening of Made in SoHE with light refreshments from 5-6:45 pm.  The UW-Madison School of Human Ecology Textile and Fashion Design (TFD) 2024 Showcase features the work of upper-level TFD undergraduates. …

Fabric tag surrounded by textile remnants with the text Made in SoHE, 100% Student Work [washing symbols]. Produced with Passion. On View April 24-May 12

Curator Gallery talk with Dr. Sophie Pitman

Lynn Mecklenburg Textile Gallery
@ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Tour Remaking the Renaissance exhibition with its curator, Dr. Sophie Pitman (Pleasant Rowland Textile Specialist and Research Director). Take a close look at Renaissance textiles and learn about how researchers are remaking and restoring objects …

White hand points to religious figure on fabric.