Loïe Fuller

Loïe Fuller

Loïe Fuller (1863 – 1928) was a pioneer of modern dance whose influence sparked a new generation of dancers in the early 1900’s. Her circle of friends included artists, politicians and royalty, and it was she that convinced Sam Hill to turn his mansion into an art museum. This exhibit includes art nouveau posters, photographs, glasswork and memorabilia from her 35-year career as a performer.

Located in the Judy Carlson Kelly and Family Gallery on the museum Lower Level – view museum map