An MA student in Fashion Studies at Ryerson University (2016-2018), Kate Marland researches the effect of fashion on the audience experience. Completing a BMus in Viola Performance at McGill University (2016), Kate’s career has taken her throughout Canada, the United States and Europe, performing as a solo, chamber and orchestral musician. Supervised by Dr. Irene Gammel, Kate’s Major Research Project “What Not to Wear to the Opera: Fashioning Elitism at the Met” examines through fashion theory how fashion plays a key role in the creation of a New York cultural elite centered on the consumption of opera. As an MA student, Kate also took on an a research assistantship under Dr. Alexandra Palmer at the Royal Ontario Museum.
The MLC welcomes Cintia Cristia, Anastasiya Lyubas, Sara Paladino and Justin Hovey.
This latest exhibit at the MLC gallery explores hair as material culture in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
A PhD student in the joint Communication and Culture program at Ryerson and York Universities, Myriam Couturier holds an MA in Fashion ...