A production must be for living performers, whether for theatre, dance, opera, film, television, the internet, or other entertainment performances in traditional or non-traditional venues;
Have been performed in the 12 months preceding the nomination deadline.
The CSA Costume Design Award presented by the Costume Society of America is given annually to recognize excellence in costume design in a production for theatre, film, television, or other media that involves dressing living performers. Award-winning productions demonstrate creative, innovative, and effective approaches to costume design. Nominations must be received by December 15, 2016. The award-winning designer is invited to present an overview of the design concept and process at the following year’s CSA National Symposium and will receive a $500 honorarium to help defray travel and symposium expenses.
To be eligible for the award a production must:
- be for living performers, whether for theatre, dance, opera, film, television, the internet, or other entertainment performances in traditional or non-traditional venues
- have been performed in the 12 months preceding the nomination deadline
Productions will be evaluated by:
- demonstrated creative, innovative, and imaginative approach to costume design
- effective collaboration with the director, design team, and production team
- contribution of the costume design to the storyline and characterization of the performers
- quality of the presentation of costume design renderings
- quality of executed costumes and overall excellence as represented in submitted images and supporting materials
The CSA Costume Design Award, first presented in 2008, reflects the Costume Society of America’s interest in and encouragement of creative visual design. The award has recognized excellence in costume design in various ways over the years: originally awarded for an entire body of work, the current award is given for excellence in a single production.
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