2012 Emmy Nominees Costume Design on Display through October
August 25th, 2012 · 1 Comment
The Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design”. It’s the sixth annual exhibition, saluting the work of this year’s Primetime Emmy-Nominated Costume Designers and Costume Supervisors. The exhibition is free to the public, and will run through Saturday, October 20, 2012. The museum is located 919 South Grand Avenue downtown Los Angeles . Hours are 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For the sixth year, the guest curator and organizer of this exhibition is noted costume designer, Mary Rose. 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. She is also the President of the Costume Designers Guild and a longtime executive board officer of the CDG (since 1994). The exhibition celebrates television costume design and it includes more than 75 costumes selected from a variety of television genres: episodic series, movies and mini-series. A certain regard is 2012 Daytime Emmy winner “The Fresh Beat Band” (Nickelodeon) by costume designer Joyce Kim Lee. Featured in the exhibition are 2011-2012 Emmy Nominees for Outstanding Costume Design. Outstanding Costumes for a Series are: “Boardwalk Empire” by costume designer John Dunn (HBO) “Downton Abbey” by costume designer, Susannah Buxton, (PBS) “Once Upon a Time” by costume designer, Eduardo Castro, (ABC) “Games of Thrones” by costume designer Michele Clapton, (HBO) Outstanding Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: “American Horror Story” by costume designer, Chrisi Karvonides, (FX) “Great Expectations” by costume designer, Annie Symons, (PBS) “Hemingway & Gellhorn” by costume designer Ruth Myers, (HBO) The exhibition also features costumes from shows such as: “New Girl” by costume designer, Debra McGuire, “Pretty Little Liars” by costume designer and FIDM Grad, Mandi Line, “Pan Am” by costume designer, Ane Crabtree, “Sons of Anarchy” by costume designer Kelli Jones, and many more. .