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Avenir Museum
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1400 Remington Street, Fort Collins, CO, 80523, United States

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April 21, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 21, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

April 22, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 22, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

April 23, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 23, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

April 24, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 24, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

April 25, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 25, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

April 28, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 28, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

April 29, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 29, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

April 30, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: April 30, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 1, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 1, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 2, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 2, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 5, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 5, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 6, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 6, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 7, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 7, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 8, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 8, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 9, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 9, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 12, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 12, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 13, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 13, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 14, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 14, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 15, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 15, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public

May 16, 2014

2009.0380.Open through May 16

The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition offers an opportunity to see a unique collection of lace textiles, garments and tools from the Avenir Museum’s internationally renowned Hellmann lace collection. Rare examples of 16th through 18th century lace will be featured alongside handmade and machine-made lace from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The exhibition will trace the history and tradition of lace as a textile embellishment and trade commodity, with a focus on traditional lacemaking techniques, the history and importance of lace in the European and North American textile trade, and use in historic and contemporary fashion.

Thursday Lecture Series for The Intricate Web: Lacemaking, Trade, and Tradition:

Feb. 20: Join the Avenir Museum of Design & Merchandising as we introduce our new director, Doreen Beard.

Mar. 13: Dr. Susan J. Torntore, Avenir curator, presents “Defined by Lace: Dresses, Frills, and Flourishes in Fashion.”

Date: May 16, 2014 11:00 am
Cost: FREE and open to the public