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Fashion Designer John Bartlett to Speak at the Contemporary Arts Center
During last week of popular show Marilyn Minter: Chewing Color
Where: Contemporary Arts Center, 44 East 6th Street (@Walnut), Cincinnati, Ohio Map
When: Monday, April 26 at 5.30 pm
What: Internationally renowned fashion designer and native Cincinnatian, John Bartlett, takes a break from his busy schedule to speak at the Contemporary Arts Center during the last week of Marilyn Minter: Chewing Color. Bartlett, who hails from Anderson Township, runs his own eponymous menswear label and is Creative Director at Liz Claiborne overseeing the collection Claiborne by John Bartlett.
Join us at the CAC to hear him talk about the relationship between fashion and art and his experience using creativity as a tool in his life. He will discuss his roots and inspiration in Cincinnati, and the vision he is pursuing with his flagship store in Manhattan's West Village as a "breeding ground of creativity and a collaboration of diverse local artisans."
Read about "John from Cincinnati" http://www.johnbartlettny.com/index2.html
“Bartlett's image of man has the potential to permanently alter the way a fellow dresses, how a gentleman thinks about his public face and the manner in which masculinity is perceived.” —Robin Givhan, The Washington Post
More Information: www.contemporaryartscenter.org 513.345.8400
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