VINTAGE IS THE NEW BLACK
Student Exploration of Fashion History
The Indiana University Center of Art+Design is pleased to present VINTAGE IS THE NEW BLACK Student Exploration of Fashion History an exhibition featuring items by students created while exploring fashion history for an upper-level fashion history assignment taught in the Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design Department at IU.
The instructor, Dr. Ashley Hasty, applied a constructivist learning approach. Constructivism holds that curriculum is not isolated from the rest of our lives; learning is contextually informed by our existing beliefs and knowledge. Consistent with this approach, Dr. Hasty created an assignment allowing students to design and develop an interpretation of course material through projects related to their personal lives and career goals.
Dr. Hasty is a lecturer in Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design at Indiana University. Dr. Hasty received her Bachelor of Science in fashion marketing and management from Stephens College and her M.S. and PhD in textile and apparel management from the University of Missouri.
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