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A special membership level for young professionals, ages 21–39! All the benefits of Dual/Family membership, plus: Connect with like-minded art lovers at special Wine and Design events, receive access to VIP exhibition openings, and enjoy reciprocal membership at over 650 participating museums countrywide.
All the benefits of Dual/Family membership, plus: Reciprocal membership benefits at over 650 participating museums throughout the US, invitations for two to all exhibition openings, and two guest passes to the Museum.
All the benefits of Contributing membership, plus: Curator-led tours of exhibitions, invitation to the annual State of the Museum Breakfast, and four guest passes to the Museum.
All the benefits of Supporting membership, plus: Visits to the studios of artists, designers, and collectors; passes to select art fairs; free gift membership; increased 20% discount in The Store at MAD; and guest passes to share with family and friends.
All the benefits of Curator’s Circle membership, plus: Opportunity to participate in the MAD Travel Program, invitation to one Inner Circle Salon Series event, and a complimentary Museum-published catalogue.
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Events for Members
This exhibition tells the tale of the illustrious craftswoman, designer, and businesswoman, and includes handbags that encompass the history of her eponymous company, which Leiber founded in 1963 at the age of forty-two, through 2004, when she designed her last handbag.
fashion after Fashion presents the work of six designer teams who are thinking—and making us think—about fashion anew. Featuring some of the most innovative work being produced in the context of contemporary fashion, fashion after Fashion focuses on commissioned, site-sensitive installations to offer an experience that is as immersive and affective as it is mentally stimulating.
Supporting Members and above are invited to join MAD’s Assistant Curator Barbara Paris Gifford for a special private tour of the exhibition fashion after Fashion.