Costume Designers Get Their Own Academy Branch
In addition to creating the Costume Designers Branch, the Academy has added two new governor positions.
“History was made at the Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday night with the formation of a Costume Designers Branch,” said Academy Governor Jeffrey Kurland. “Costume designers have waited a long time for recognition with branch status. As a governor representing these designers, I’m thrilled and grateful for the Academy’s support.”
The Academy also voted to up the number of Makeup Artists and Hairstylist Branch representatives from one to three governors.
“I’m looking forward to sharing the task of representing the Academy’s makeup artists and hairstylists with two of my colleagues,” said Academy Governor Leonard Engelman. “New governors will bring new ideas, which will help to keep the Academy’s leadership strong and sharp.”
“Congratulations to our members from these essential craft areas. Movies are a visual medium and costume designers, makeup artists, and hairstylists help to create images that tell stories,” said Academy President Hawk Koch. “This recognition is richly deserved.”
Source: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
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