Overall, the outfit was very cute and looked good on Sophie. But, the extra bit of difficulty it took to get the dress on over her arms would probably make this outfit frustrating for a younger child to put on.
- The Knights of Rhodes?
- So easy. So fast. So Target.?
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- El Caburé (Spanish Edition);
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The second outfit was pretty similar to the first as far as ease of dressing — The tunic was very snug especially around the chest and it was a bit of a struggle to get her arms into the sleeves. The whole outfit was a success! It took an extra minute or two to wiggle the tunic on, but overall it fit decently.
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I think an older, more patient child could easily have dressed their American Girl doll in this outfit without much trouble — though once again it did require some twisting of the arms to get them into the sleeves. However, it was not easy. I had to do a lot of tugging to get them on.
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The second outfit was pretty much the same story — the tunic was a bit snug on Beth, but it was still a little easier to dress her in it than it had been with Sophie. And finally the nightshirt and slippers, which was easy to get on both dolls and they both look equally adorable in it — though Sophie gets extra points for her sassy pose!
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Tara Conley – “My Life as a Doll”
Her intent, however, is essentially the same; to lure museum visitors into a candy colored fantasy residence detailing the life of a woman who lives as if she were a doll. In this built environment, Conley is able to engage audiences in a discussion about power structures and gender distinctions that take root early in life and continue to shape us as adults. While visitors are free to define the woman and her state of mind, Conley uses sculpture and text to leave clues revealing a life narrative of diminished identity existing in personal spaces controlled by someone else.
The installation will be accompanied by an artist talk at the museum on January 31 at PM, a documentary film by Sharon Ferranti, a panel discussion and periodic artist tours to be scheduled. The mission of HMAAC is to collect, conserve, explore, interpret, and exhibit the material and intellectual culture of Africans and African Americans in Houston, the state of Texas, the southwest and the African Diaspora for current and future generations.