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MASTERCLASS WITH CAROLIN HOLZHUBER

03 October 2018

MASTERCLASS WITH CAROLIN HOLZHUBER

Aimed at of fashion design and footwear students, Carolin Holzhuber’s masterclass will focus some central issues of her creations and she share creative and productive processes. This will be an important moment of learning and reflection.

This activity is free and needs to be booked in advance. Please contact the museum by email museudocalcado.sjm@gmail.com

Note: This masterclass is in English.

ROUND TABLE :: ESTIBALITZ DIAZ DE DURANA & CAROLIN HOLZHUBER

03 October 2018

ROUND TABLE :: ESTIBALITZ DIAZ DE DURANA & CAROLIN HOLZHUBER

In 13th October, at 4:00 p.m., a round table reflecting about the limits of industry and art in the Fashion, will be held with designers Estibalitz Diaz from Durana and Carolin Holzhuber.

Throughout this conversation, directed to the general public, these artist-designers will share some central issues of their creative processes and professional and business journeys, exploring the theme of fashion, as an industry and also as an artistic expression.

This activity is free and needs to be booked in advance. Please contact the museum by email museudocalcado.sjm@gmail.com

INAUGURATION :: TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

02 October 2018

INAUGURATION :: TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

In the context of the Official Celebrations of the Elevation to Municipality, the Shoe Museum presents, on 11 October, at 2:00 p.m., the temporary exhibition "Elevated. Carolin Holzhuber footwear”.

CAROLIN HOLZHUBER is a shoe designer born in Austria who wants to destroy the line that separates Art from Fashion. Her creations reflect fascination for the sublime. Sometimes confused, sometimes disturbing, her shoes seem to defy the laws of physics, and illusion is an essential element of her aesthetic. Combining culture and craft, her work is often an artistic reflection of meaningful concepts as well as creative imaginings and interpretations of her surrounding environment

"Elevated. Carolin Holzhuber footwear" is the first exhibition of this designer in Portugal.

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