The FIDM Museum & Galleries and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences present
7th Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design
July 30–October 19, 2013
Tuesday through Saturday
Free to the Public
For the seventh year, this annual exhibition salutes the work of this year's Primetime Emmy®-Nominated Costume Designers, Costume Supervisors, and Assistant Costume Designers. Featuring costumes from popular television films, series, and mini-series, the Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design celebrates the artistry of costumes created for the small-screen. With costumes from The Americans, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, Mr. Selfridge, Nashville, Parks and Recreation, Vegas, and many other shows, this exhibition explores the full range of television costume genres, from historical drama to contemporary thriller. The exhibition is organized by Mary Rose, costume designer and president of the Costume Designers Guild.
Game of Thrones: Emmy Winner, Outstanding Costumes For A Series 2012: Costume Designer, Michele Clapton, Assistant Costume Designer, Alexander Fordham and Assistant Costume Designer, Chloe Aubry. Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister.