Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection

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Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection
Jun 9 - Jul 20, 2014
Serpent Pin, circa 1860. Designer unknown. Photo by John Bigelow Taylor
Camilla Chandler and Dorothy Buffum Chandler Gallery

Organized by the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, this unique traveling exhibition features more than 200 pins, many of which the incomparable Secretary Albright donned to communicate a message or a mood during her diplomatic tenure. Sparkling with Albright’s wit and brio, the collection is notable for its historic significance as well as for demonstrating the expressive power of jewelry and its ability to communicate through a style and language all its own.

Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection has been organized by the Museum of Arts and Design. Generous support for this exhibition was provided by Bren Simon and for the exhibition catalogue by St. John Knits.

Presented with major support from the Kathryn Wasserman Davis '28 Fund for World Cultures and Leadership, and with additional funding provided by Wellesley College Friends of Art, and individual contributors Qi Gao and Ligang Jin P’16, Judith Gaillard Jones ‘60, and Mary Tebbetts Wolfe ‘54.

Please Note: timed tickets are required for this special exhibition. For tickets and additional information, please click here.

Guided tours are available for groups of 10-25 people for the price of admission plus a flat fee of $50 per group; special arrangements may be made for larger groups as well.

For general inquiries and information about group tour reservations, please call the Davis at 781.283.2051.


Please note that on Monday, June 16, 2014, Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State and Wellesley College alumna, will return to Wellesley for a special conversation with President H. Kim Bottomly about her pin collection and foreign policy. NOTE: The June 16 event with Madeleine Albright and Wellesley President H. Kim Bottomly is SOLD OUT; but the event will be streamed live.

To reserve tickets for the exhibition by phone, please call: 1.888.71.TICKETS (1.888.718.4253)

 
 
 
 

Free and Open to the Public