Apron Chronicles: A Patchwork of American Recollections is America’s most
nostalgic, thought provoking and generational­fr...
Contents:
46 framed photographs
155 vintage aprons and clothesline
6 framed vintage aprons
1 basket of hands­on vintage ap...
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Apron Chronicles Exhibit Information

  1. 1. Apron Chronicles: A Patchwork of American Recollections is America’s most nostalgic, thought provoking and generational­friendly traveling exhibition. Touring since 2004, Apron Chronicles presents the American experience through 46 photographs, accompanying text in story form and 150 vintage aprons. Utilizing the apron as a symbol immediately recognized by everyone, Apron Chronicles explores the people behind the aprons and is ultimately more about life than fabric. The exhibit’s diverse storytellers include a 111­year­old mother and her only child, a Holocaust survivor, a biology professor from Mali, Africa, and a preteen and her grandmother. Best­selling author EllynAnne Geisel’s stories and vintage apron collection give voice to the exhibit, with award­winning photographer Kristina Loggia preserving the storytellers' images in an environmental style that complements the unadorned honesty of their recollections. Apron Chronicles national recognition includes Time magazine, the New York Times, CBS Sunday Morning and NPR’s Weekend Edition. TRAVELING EXHIBITION 00000
  2. 2. Contents: 46 framed photographs 155 vintage aprons and clothesline 6 framed vintage aprons 1 basket of hands­on vintage aprons Rental Fee: $500/week, $5,000 for 3 months Additional Costs: Insurance Round trip shipping 4 crates Size: Approximately 123 linear feet Audience: Adults, Young Women, and Families www.apronchronicles.com 00

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