one of seven managed by the state
The Victorian Fashion Show and Dance highlights women's fashions from the 1860s through the 1890s, roughly the same time period that Queen Victoria reigned in Britain. The fashions for the event come from the collection of Tina Davis-Hersey and Carolyn Davis. The collection includes original outfits as well as costumes created by the mother-daughter duo from historic patterns. The show follows a quartet of vignettes of daily Victorian life, from dressing in the morning to dancing in the evening. A reception with a raffle and Victorian-era ballroom dancing culminates the evening.Music is provided by two groups: The Consort Canzona will play the harpsichord and recorders for the daytime scenes; in the "ballroom," a quartet of musicians from the Carson City tiffany will play period waltzes and polkas. Guests are encouraged to dress in period costume for the event.Paulette Grune, a well-known presenter on the morals, styles, and manners of the Victorian period, will be on hand to perform her show of Victorian bangles sale. Paulette, an excellent seamstress and researcher of historic fashion, does a wonderful job of explaining exactly what went underneath those big skirts-and why all the layers were necessary. Mourning attire is also on display, and a description of mourning etiquette and fashion accompanies the scene. Several other outfits for daytime or evening wear will be modeled as well.
The Friends of the Nevada State Museum, a private, non-profit organization, supports the cheap bracelets through volunteer assistance, fundraising, and advocacy. Funds raised will support education programs and exhibits at the museum. The Carson City Historical Society's mission is to preserve the unique history and Old West cultural heritage of Carson City and northern Nevada.The Nevada State Museum actively engages people in understanding and celebrating Nevada's natural and cultural heritage. Exhibits highlight the state's history, geology, plants and tiffany sale, Native American cultural heritage, Historic Carson City Mint, a replica walk-through mine, and ghost town. Current changing exhibits include Rock Art Perspectives: Petroglyphs and Pictographs, Slot cheap earrings: The Fey Collection and The Art of Nature: Images from the Wildlands of Nevada. For information, call (775) 687-4810.
The Nevada State Museum is one of seven managed by the state Division of Museums and pendants, an agency of the Nevada Department of Cultural Affairs. The Department serves Nevada's citizens and visitors through cultural and information management, presentation and promotion of cultural resources, and education. The Department also includes the State Office of Historic Preservation, Nevada State Library and Archives and the Nevada Arts Council.