Mon, Mar 01 | Washington Carnegie Public Library

Viewing of “Regency Aesthetics: The Costumes, Locations, and Decor of Bridgerton” by Homewood Museum

this virtual lunchtime lecture, Michelle Fitzgerald, curator of the Johns Hopkins University Museums, will talk about the material world of the show and what it might be able to teach us about the nineteenth-century.
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Time & Location

Mar 01, 12:00 PM
Washington Carnegie Public Library, 300 W Main St, Washington, IN 47501, USA

About the Event

Join Rick in viewing this intriguing explanation of the decisions that made Bridgerton what we know and love it to be. When Bridgerton hit streaming services in December 2020, history enthusiasts everywhere asked the question: how historically accurate is it? In this virtual lunchtime lecture, Michelle Fitzgerald, curator of the Johns Hopkins University Museums, will talk about the material world of the show and what it might be able to teach us about the real early nineteenth-century

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