Bolton and Devlin will discuss the design of The Costume Institute’s current exhibition.
The annual media preview for the Costume Institute’s exhibition usually attracts hundreds to the Upper East Side museum.
The subjectivity of time is explored in many directions in the Costume Institute’s new show.
The panelists discussed some of the discrimination they have faced in their careers.
The Fifth Avenue museum plans to reopen with reduced hours and at 25 percent of its normal capacity.
The Met expects to resume the gala and other special events next year.
With the average artist, painter, sculptor or illustrator earning $58,370 annually, many artists are seeking financial assistance due to the shutdown.
A number of art, fashion and entertainment institutes have closed in response to the outbreak.
The list of 20 semifinalists includes many brands that owe their burgeoning notoriety to social media and influencers.
Overseeing five Broadway theaters as Jujamcyn Theaters’ president, Roth has a comprehensive view of costumes and fashion.
The upcoming exhibition will showcase 400 years of fashion from the Maryland Historical Society’s collection.
Andrew Bolton, head curator of the Met’s Costume Institute, is to conceive the showcase, according to sources.