Linda Przybyszewski, PhD
Professor Pski gave the keynote address to more than 500 members of the American Sewing Guild at their annual conference in Indianapolis, IN.
Professor Pski illustrated the evolution of fashion with her own garments made from vintage sewing patterns at a branch of the St. Joseph County Public Library.
Professor Pski spoke recently to the Dowagiac Junior Women's Art League in South Bend, Indiana, and traveled to Lexington, Kentucky to talk about vintage fashion to the members of the needlework guilds and the extension professionals in Lexington.
She will be speaking at a roundtable as a winner of a Public Scholar Award from the National Endowment for the Humaities on “Writing History for the General Reader" at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Washington DC in January of 2018.
Professor Pski is available for speaking engagements.
A talented public speaker, both entertaining and informative,
Professor Pski can talk about fashion, both vintage and modern, from the elements of good design to the evolution of the wardrobe of the modern working woman to the impact of war on fashion.
She has been invited to speak at history museums and art museums, at public libraries, at colleges and high schools, to women's clubs and sewing groups. Beautifully illustrated with slides, or demonstrated with clothing made from original vintage patterns, her talks win rave reviews from listeners young and old.
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Supporters of the museum gathered for tea while all wearing their best hats, while Professor Pski explained the origins of the tea dress in England which evolved into the afternoon dress in America.
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