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What does MDA stand for?

MDA stands for Museum of Decorative Arts (various locations)

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The 41-year-old, who trained with Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen, will take her latest collection to Paris Fashion Week where she will show at the picturesque Museum of Decorative Arts, near the Louvre, next month.
The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design introduces "Latvia in Paris," a collection which has been showcased in two world-scale fairs, in 1925 (L'Exposition internationale des arts decoratifs et industriels modernes) and 1937 (L'Exposition internationale des arts et techniques dans la vie moderne).
The collaborative project of Karianne Bjellas Gilje (head of program at the Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway), curator and writer Thomas Flor, Widar Halen (director of design and decorative arts at the National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design), Jan-Lauritz Opstad (director of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Trondheim), and Astrid Skjerven (a professor in the Department of Product Design at Akershus University College), "Grete Prytz Kittelsen: The Art of Enamel Design" is the first comprehensive study of her work in the field of enamel design.
org),a quirky, striking museum of decorative arts, design, furniture, and artwork especially relating to 20th- and late-19th-century social movements in the US and Europe.
Leave fair at 4pm and head off to the Museum of Decorative Arts to catch the Balenciaga exhibition which showcased some of his fantastic garments from the 50s and 60s, as well as current designs from Nicolas Ghesquiere.
Highlights include an expert-led tour of the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, cocktails at Bastide Grimadli with the Dutch sculptor Gabriel Sterk, private wine reception with American sculptor Raquel Cohen, and a private meeting with art foundation collectors at the 17th century Chateau Borely, currently under renovation and set to reopen in 2006 as the much-heralded Museum of Decorative Arts.