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Monday, November 14, 2022 - 7:00 pm

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Katharine Hepburn Museum Talk: Costuming Kate in the Studio System: 50 Years 

 

This program will discuss the first 50 years of Katharine Hepburn’s film career (from 1932-1982), focusing on the various film studios that she worked with during those years and the wardrobe designers that dressed her.  John Davey, Hollywood costume collector and archivist, will show the movements that she made within the various studio systems as well as discuss the relationships she developed with the noted costumers from each studio who created her on-screen wardrobe.  A select number of costumes worn in these films will be on display as part of the talk.

Tickets are valid for either in-person attendance or a live stream option.

This program is FREE to Kate Enthusiasts. Non-Kate Enthusiasts may purchase tickets via the BUY TICKETS link and ALL ticketholders will receive the live stream link via email. Learn about how you can become a Kate Enthusiast here.