Exhibit

Cut! Costume and the Cinema


Where:  Arlington Museum of Art
Where:  201 W. Main St., Arlington, 76010
When:  5/19/2018 through 8/12/201810am–5pm Tuesday–Saturday; 1–5pm Sunday. Closed Mondays and major holidays.
Cost:  $10 adults; $5 seniors/students; free for children age 12 and younger.
Phone:  817/275-4600
Web:  arlingtonmuseum.org/exhibitions/cut

Discover the glamour, luxury and artistry of cinematic couture. This exhibit allows you to step onto the movie set with 43 costumes from 27 period films.
Covering five centuries of history, intrigue and comedy, the exhibition will reveal how film costumes set the scene and establish authenticity in films.
Each piece was specifically crafted to provide clues about the character’s status, age class and wealth. Some highlights include Johnny Depp’s costume from Pirates of the Caribbean, pieces from the Costume Academy Award winner, The Duchess, and Emmy Rossum’s gown from The Phantom of the Opera.


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