STLxSTC/Amy Firestone Rosen

The Foundry Art Centre is pleased to announce the opening of Rethinking the Party Dress by Amy Firestone Rosen and STLxSTC, a group exhibition of acclaimed area fashion designers. Firestone Rosen creates large-scale prints that incorporate artifacts of our time, the Party Dress. Creating prints from upcycled garments, Firestone Rosen hunts for dresses at thrift shops, searching for intriguing textural patterns found in garments that will translate into strong figurative images. STLxSTC includes the fashion designs of celebrated area fashion designers Michael Drummond, AJ Thouvenot, SSTEW3, Adjo Honsou-Piper, Vauje, and Seals Brock.

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