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Associated Designers of Canada

Susan Benson design of a woman with yellow fabric samples attached
Dates: 
1966-1988

The Associated Designers of Canada (ADC) was founded in 1965 as a professional, not-for-profit organization supporting all set, costume, lighting, projection and sound designers regardless of the stage in their careers. It additionally advocates to increase awareness of the role of theatrical design in Canadian theatre and of design as an art form within both the profession and the public domain.

This collection features minutes, correspondence, contracts, newsletters, and files on Canada’s participation in various Prague Quadriennales.

Extent: 

480 cm of textual material.

Further accruals are expected. 

Type(s) Of Materials: 
Artwork
Unpublished Material and Manuscripts
How To Access: 

This collection is available for viewing on-site in Archival & Special Collections during our regular business hours.

Call number XZ1 MS A124. Some materials may not be in the online catalogue so also check with reference staff to see if there are additional inventories.

 

Official ADC website: 

https://www.designers.ca