The Fabric of My Life
A sartorial autobiography written and presented by Tziporah Salamon
The Fabric of My Life is a sartorial autobiography written and presented by Tziporah Salamon. Using pictures, stories, anecdotes and clothes, Tziporah weaves a rich tapestry of her journey towards self.
Born to Hungarian Jews, both Holocaust survivors, and both tailors, Tziporah describes her childhood in Natanya in the newly formed state of Israel, the move to America at the age of 9 that broke her heart, her schooling at Erasmus Hall High School, SUNY Buffalo, graduate school in California and quitting a PhD in psychology to come back to NY to pursue fashion. Watch her personal style evolve as she morphs from being the best dressed little girl in Natanya, to the “best in the Hall” in Erasmus, to the most sophisticated coed in Buffalo, to the artistic hippie in Berkeley, to the elegant and creative international woman of today. You will feel her pain and rejoice in her triumphs as Tziporah struggles to find the perfect fit - the right venue that will allow her to utilize her unique skills and intelligence while still retaining her individual sense of style and refusal to compromise her ideals and vision.
Join us for this unique theatrical experience followed by a wine and cheese reception with Tziporah Salamon.
Tickets are now available for $20 ($15 for BSM members). To purchase tickets by phone please call 416-979-7799 x 239.
The Last Seven Steps of Bartholomew S.
The sold out show returns to the BSM for two more performances!
The BSM is excited to present, back by popular demand, a two-night return of the sold out theatre experience "The Last Seven Steps of Bartholomew S". Join us on May 24th or 25th for this unique immersive theatrical event.
Enter the world of Bartholomew S - a mysterious voyager that brings change to the places he visits and individuals he encounters. Over the course of the evening, small groups of participants will interact with characters whose lives hves been impacted by the mysterious Bartholomew S. Each group will be drawn into the retelling of encounters that take place in, and have been inspired by, the galleries of the Bata Shoe Museum.
Tickets are now available for purchase. For other info or to purchase tickets over the phone please call 416-979-7799 x 239.
The 2014 Founder's Lecture.
The Bata Shoe Museum is excited to announce Gloria Groom, David and Mary Winton Green Curator of 19th Century European Painting and Sculpture at The Art Institute of Chicago, as our 2014 Founder's Lecture speaker.
Advance tickets are now available. Purchase below using paypal.