Programs & Services
Sally Queen & Associates plans and coordinates programs on past fashions. A wide range of services are available depending on the customer's needs. Scholarly and informational talks, symposia, and workshops are our specialty. While Sally loves 18th century women's wear, she has the connections to develop the perfect program for the desired audience. The company's database includes over 2,000 people who are interested in attending programs on historic fashions.
Q Graphics Production Company develops and produces products that support symposia and workshops. While their energies have focused on printed materials in the past three years, many of those same skills transfer to other medium.
Contact us for information on how we can help you with your program or product development need.
Programs for 1999 - 2000
|June 24, 1999
||Gadsby's Tavern Museum 18th Century Fair Noon - 5 pm Alexandria, Virginia
|July 11 - 19
||American History Research Expedition, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution.
Research team will explore stays and corsets, 1770 - 1810 from the Copp Family Collection for future publication. No applications, please - team has been selected
|July 22 - 25
||Costume Society of America, Region VI annual symposium San Juan, Puerto Rico
|October 1 - 2
||4th Annual Gadsby's Tavern Museum 18th Century Costume Symposium, Alexandria, Virginia
Completing the Look
Bookmark this page for speaker and schedule or call Gadsby's Tavern Museum, 703-838-4242 to receive a brochure
|January 10 - 14, 2000
||Costume Symposium and Workshops, Williamsburg Institute
Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia
||Claudia Kidwell and Sally Queen workshop
Shortgowns, Bedgowns, and Jackets: What We Know and Don't Know about these Women's 18th C. Garments