On November 28 at the Abbotsford Arts Centre, 2329 Crescent Way, the 2014 graduating class of Abbotsford SD’s Hairstylist Program, under the direction of instructor Nadia Moore, will showcase a staged extravaganza of wearable hair art on over 70 models.
Photo from SD 34. Fashion by Nicole Skinner 2012
The hair show will feature four segments inspired by the multiplicity of identity.
Personal Identity – Looks to enable the outward projection of the client’s inner self. This hair fashion segment presents salon ready looks for clients of all identities.
Ambiguity – Who are we really? This segment blurs the lines of personal identity.
Identity Change – An identity transformation power set; changing up the looks in real time – look at what we can do!
Universal Identity – Universal Identity explores what it is to be “self.” Fantasy hair art inspired by the possibilities, multiplicity, and questions of identity: At how many levels can the energy of human identity diversify? Is external or internal influence greater in the forming of our identity? Is identity skin deep? Exploring our inner selves, how much of that identity can safely be exposed, and how?
Tickets are $5.00 and are available at Abbotsford Senior Secondary School (33355 Bevan Avenue) or at the door. The Abbotsford Arts Centre box office opens at 6:30 pm, and the show starts at 7 pm.