AGNES Learns: Expression through fashion

The 1920s were a time of great societal change. These changes were reflected in the new fashions which emerged. Learn more about the 1920s and how we express ourselves through fashion with the short video and accompanying lesson plan. This…

AGNES Learns: Expression through fashion

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The 1920s were a time of great societal change. These changes were reflected in the new fashions which emerged. Learn more about the 1920s and how we express ourselves through fashion with the short video and accompanying lesson plan.

This video is accompanied by a lesson plan geared towards students in grades 7–8: http://bit.ly/37K9bvy

Featured Artworks:
Unknown Maker
“Dress”
around 1925-1935, rayon and metal
Donated by Marilyn Bennett, 2005
C05-002.15
https://bit.ly/2XCW9fY

Pegi Nicol MacLeod
“Self-Portrait”
1928, oil on plywood
Gift of the Estate of Richard Finnie, 1995
38-013.02
https://bit.ly/3d8tVAx

AGNES Learns is a digital resource for children and families. Artworks from the Agnes collection inspire fun ways to explore, understand and get creative.

AGNES thanks the Ontario Art Council and the Lloyd Carr Harris Foundation.

Music Credit: Jump Steady Blues by Clarence “Pine Top” Smith, performed by Pine Top Smith. Public Domain.

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