The Thelma Afford Award for Costume Design in Stage and Screen was established to promote the further study of theatre, film or TV costume design.
One recipient will be chosen, and will receive $10,000 to spend how they wish.
Entires close Friday 30th October 2020.
The recipient will use the award monies to further their education or training, in Australia or overseas, in visual arts, including the history of period clothes, at any art school or university that has a suitable course. Study may be full-time, part-time, at a summer school or as part of a formal mentorship program.
The award is an initiative of the late Thelma May Afford, an Australian designer, theatre performer and journalist. Thelma Afford was a talented designer who explored the uses of various media for her costume work and was a recognised authority on the history of costume and theatre in Australia.
Please visit the attched link for T&C's, more info and entry form: https://apdg.org.au/resources/professionals/thelma-afford-award