Upcoming Exhibitions

Dates
November 15 – December 8, 2018
10am–5pm
Location
FIDM Museum
919 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Admission
Free to the public

The FIDM Museum presents the third exhibition created by students in the FIDM Bachelor of Arts in Design degree program. The exhibition will feature work by graduates in the Fashion Design, Interior Design, Product Development, Textile Design and Visual Communication majors. Anne Bennion, Department Chair, outlined the mission of the major: "The Bachelor of Arts in Design degree prepares students to think creatively, critically, and divergently about the design process. Students learn to appreciate the universality of design, contextualize design problems, and blend historical and global perspectives with evolving trends as the foundation for inspired design solutions. Students become design innovators by learning to balance conventional design approaches with new, emergent thinking."

Dates
February 5 – April 12, 2019
10am–5pm
Location
FIDM Museum
919 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Admission
Free to the public

FIDM Museum’s annual costume design exhibition has become a tradition for LA locals and movie lovers alike. As always, this year’s exhibition will feature a variety of film genres that represent outstanding achievement in costume design. Fan favorites along with Academy Award® nominees will be on display in celebration of the dedication and creativity of costume designers and their teams.

Dates
October 27, 2018 – August 31, 2019
Open by Appointment; Call 949.851.6200 to schedule visit
Location
FIDM Orange County
17590 Gillette Avenue
Irvine, CA 92614
Admission
Free to the public

Capturing the Catwalk is the first exhibition to explore the pioneering photography of Michel Arnaud, whose work for Harper’s Bazaar and British Vogue spans the 1970s–1990s. Featuring garments and accessories from brands such as Christian Dior, Chanel, and Gianni Versace alongside selections from the unparalleled photographic archive donated by Arnaud, Capturing the Catwalk highlights the synergy of fashion journalists and trendsetters, couture and ready-to-wear clientele, and runway spectacle in the age of supermodels.