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. It is a not for profit organization recognized by the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) as the primary negotiation foundation for set design and designers. The main focus of the ADC is to ensure that all parties involved (designers and employers alike) are treated equitably in the negotiation stage of a production. There are over 150 members throughout Canada.

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

Extent: 

480 cm of textual material.

Further accruals are expected. 

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Unpublished Material and Manuscripts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

XZ1 MS A124

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