Costume Museum of Canada
Celebrating fashion, culture and history
The costume we wear each day is influenced by climate, occupation, economic factors, societal role, religion, the task at hand, age, gender and the time in which we live.
Our museum seeks to preserve and exhibit the costumes worn by the people of Canada over the decades.
Costume Museum of Canada Celebrates Manitoba 150
Historical Fashion Review Show
The Costume Museum of Canada is hosting an outdoor Historic fashion show at Dalnavert Museum, on the lawn of the Victorian house. Consisting of approximately 35 exact historic replicas, the costumes will focus on historical events during Manitoba's 150 years.
When: Mon Aug 16, 2021
Where: Friends of Dalnavert Museum - 61 Carlton St. Winnipeg *Outdoors*
Time: seating at 1:30. Show from 2-3:15 pm
There will be chairs set up outdoors. Please come prepared for weather conditions.
A video of this live show will also be taking place.
Please send us an email at email@example.com if you are planning on attending as there is limited seating.
Fur: the Fabric of our Nation
A collaboration with the Borealis Gallery in Edmonton
The Costume Museum of Canada at 410- 70 Arthur St. is closed to the public because of COVID-19 and the public health restrictions related to this.
Please contact us online at firstname.lastname@example.org