LOS ANGELES, CA.-
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the FIDM Museum & Galleries
at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising jointly present The Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design, the sixth annual exhibition, saluting the work of this year's Primetime Emmy®-Nominated Costume Designers and Costume Supervisors.
This free to the public exhibition is being held in downtown Los Angeles, at the FIDM Museum & Galleries at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and will run through Saturday, October 20, 2012.
For the sixth year, the guest curator and organizer of this exhibition is noted Costume Designer, Mary Rose, the President of the Costume Designers Guild and a longtime executive board officer of the CDG (since 1994). Ms. Rose is the Governor of the Costume Design and Supervision Peer Group of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Since 1998, she has served five terms.
Rose, a noted designer for feature films, television/cable series and movies, has been the curator of numerous costume exhibitions in the United States and abroad.
Giving visitors an opportunity to review their favorite TV shows and characters, the exhibition celebrates television costume design and includes more than 75 costumes from 16 television shows, selected from a variety of television genres: episodic series, movies and mini-series.
Featured in the Exhibition
2011 - 2012 Emmy® Nominees for Outstanding Costume Design
Outstanding Costumes for a Series
Boardwalk Empire by Costume Designer, John Dunn, Co-Costume Designer, Lisa Padovani and Assistant Costume Designer, Maria Zamansky
Downton Abbey by Costume Designer, Susannah Buxton
Game of Thrones by Costume Designer, Michele Clapton and Assistant Costume Designers, Alexander Fordham & Chloe Aubry
Once Upon a Time by Costume Designer, Eduardo Castro and Assistant Costume Designer, Monique McRae
Outstanding Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie or Special
American Horror Story by Costume Designer, Chrisi Karvonides and Costume Supervisor, Conan Castro
Great Expectations by Costume Designer, Annie Symons and Costume Supervisor, Yvonne Duckett
Hemingway & Gellhorn by Costume Designer, Ruth Myers and Costume Supervisor, William McPhail
The exhibition also features costumes from shows such as Sons of Anarchy by Costume Designer, Kelli Jones, Pretty Little Liars by Costume Designer and FIDM Grad, Mandi Line, Smash by Costume Designer, Molly Maginnis, New Girl by Costume Designer, Debra McGuire, Pan Am by Costume Designer, Ane Crabtree, Revenge by Costume Designer and FIDM Grad, Jill Ohanneson and many more.
The 2012 Emmy winners for Outstanding Costumes will be announced at the 2012 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday, September 15, 2012.