Flannery and Fashion at Mid-Century

Flannery and Fashion at Mid-Century, an exhibition at Andalusia Farm, the Milledgeville home of writer Flannery O'Connor, is on display from April 24 to November 1, 2015. The exhibition features the farm's collection of various textiles, including clothing made for Flannery by her mother, Regina O'Connor, and some of the original patterns. Also explored are the changing modes of women's fashion at mid-century and descriptions of clothing found in O'Connor's writing. To learn more, visit the exhibition's Web page.
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