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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

June 19th 2015:Leaving a Footprint: How One Museum Expands Its Reach

The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto may have an unconventional focus, but visitors quickly come to appreciate the artful shoe exhibits and how these material objects have been put into social context. Curator Elizabeth Semmelhack will share some of the ways the museum has approached its subject matter and connected with the community through partnerships.

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Elizabeth Semmelhack

As Senior Curator at the Bata Shoe Museum, Elizabeth Semmelhack applies her cultural art history background to the mission of the Museum by exploring the multiple roles and meanings of footwear through innovative and engaging exhibitions. Most recently she curated “Standing Tall: The Curious History of Men in Heels.” The American Federation of the Arts has expanded “Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture” into a travelling exhibition that will be displayed in four US venues, beginning in July 2015. Recently named by Fashion magazine one of the world’s top five game-changing fashion curators, Semmelhack has been featured in articles in National Geographic, Vogue, Elle, Women’s Wear
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