Monday, March 14, 2011

Deirdre Donohue to Participate in a Panel at Fashion: Now & Then at LIM College

Deirdre Donohue, originally uploaded by limcollegearchive.

The ninth bio in the series on the panelists and moderators at Fashion: Now & Then, a symposium at LIM College.

Deirdre Donohue
Deirdre Donohue is the Stephanie Shuman Librarian at the
International Center of Photography in New York, where she also teaches graduate students in fine art. She is adjunct faculty at Pratt Institute School of Information and Library Science since 2004.

From 1985-2000 Deirdre worked at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in a variety of capacities, from Collections Assistant to Administrator to Librarian and Archivist. She was Art Librarian of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum for a year before accepting the position of Librarian at
ICP in 2001. Deirdre is the author of Sophia Style, as well as encyclopedia essays on a variety of topics, including fashion and photography.

Read more about the symposium and register on the
Fashion: Now & Then symposium blog and on the LIM College website.

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