Newly unveiled artwork celebrates intergenerational bonds between residents and their community.
Historic and contemporary Indigenous fashion and their cultural significance in Alberta profiled at the University of Alberta’s Anne Lambert Collection – If you have questions about the clothing in this video, please contact the University of Alberta’s Anne Lambert Collection at 780-492-2528
The University of Alberta Museums has recognized the efforts and hard work of Curators, Collection Staff, and volunteers who work in the museum collections on campus for the last 22 years in the annual Museum Celebration awards event. Although the last two years we have had to celebrate these achievements remotely, it is still important to acknowledge the outstanding work of the museum community on campus.
Field supervisors have helped more than 2,000 students develop skills for diverse careers through the Human Ecology Practicum Program (ALES).
Ensuring physical accessibility is far from the only consideration in designing places where people can “be who they are,” says design consultant and PhD student Lara Pinchbeck (Human Ecology).
Anne Bissonnette (Human Ecology) talks about a new U of A exhibit exploring the history of “innerwear” over the last 200 years.
Study of fashion blogger’s account of wearing the same dress every day for a year shows how much we depend on our possessions—and how much they depend on us.
Textiles expert creates website with instructions to help people fashion homemade cloth masks based on best available evidence.
Retail is only the tip of an industry that extends to fashion designers, apparel manufacturers, textile producers and even agricultural operations, says Lori Moran (Human Ecology), a recently retired U of A professor who was assistant chair of the Human Ecology department.
We can’t control our negative thoughts and feelings, but we can choose how we respond to them, says Adam Galovan, an Assistant Professor with Human Ecology at the Faculty of ALES.