Textiles and Costume
Monthly Archive: December Text
Sports et divertissements: a unique resource for researchers in design history
Toronto based researcher, illustrator and textile artist, Ketzia Sherman, discusses
Sasha Priewe: Ancient Cultures, World Art, Textiles and Fashions
The ROM's Sascha Priewe is a guy with a lot on the go
By: Sheeza Sarfraz
ROM Ancient Cultures, ROM World Art and Culture, ROM Textiles and Fashions
2009 – 2015
Chinese and Korean Collections, The British Museum
2008 – 2009
The British Museum
Silk Threads from China
Welcome banners for Friends Groups
A Pair of 18th Century French Panniers Arrives at the ROM!
Read along as I delve into the process of housing a set of newly acquired 18th century panniers!
Re-enactment, Archaeology, and the Ancient Rome & Greece Weekend V of IV: The Final Story
Ancient Rome & Greece Weekend is over, and I thought I would show you the results of my attempt to create a recreation, re-enactment, or impression of a soldier from Dura-Europos (so this is not really one of the original IV, so to speak, hence it is V of IV). In the group above you can see me on the left, with members of the University of Toronto's Hart House Archery Club, who collectively constitute the ROM's 3rd century Roman army (or ROMan army - it being the ROM, we are posing in front of a dinosaur).
Re-enactment, Archaeology, and the Ancient Rome & Greece Weekend IV of IV: The Tunic
An important part of everyday life in the past, but one with very little impact on the archaeological record, is clothing...
Notes from Oman: Part 2
Dr. Sarah Fee, Associate Curator, Eastern Hemisphere Textiles & Costumes, is the first-ever recipient of the YPC Research Fund. This November 2011, YPC supported Sarah’s trip to Oman to research ancient forms of pitloom weaving and the trade routes of the Muscat cloth, which will inform part of a future ROM exhibition.
Submitted by Sarah Fee, Associate Curator, Eastern Hemisphere Textiles & Costumes
November 18, 2011
Of Quilts and Quilting
By Joan Schiff, Chair of the Programs and Events Committee, Friends of Textiles and Costume.