How to Submit
Now that you have created a user profile on this website, you may begin your submission process. If you have not registered your account yet, please click here to register.
You may submit if you are a costume designer, fashion designer, installation artist, performance artist or costume maker. Genres may include but are not limited to: theatre, dance, ballet, opera, film, television, devised, fashion, installation work.
Designers may submit work from up to 5 individual productions. Submitting work for less than five productions will not negatively impact the outcome of your application; you are encouraged to enter anywhere from 1 - 5 examples of your work. Within each production submission, designers should submit 1-5 images of their work. These can be production images, renderings, or images of realized costumes you wish to exhibit in Moscow. Submissions with more than five images will not be accepted. Five submissions, or bodies of work, will be accepted per artist.
PLEASE SUBMIT HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES OF DESIGNS
THE MINIMUM RESOLUTION SUGGESTED FOR PRINTING AT 24" x 36" IS 3600px x 5400px, OR 150DPI at 100% SIZE (24" x 36") PREFERABLY 300DPI. INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
1. Name of the show and the names of the character(s) and actor(s) shown Time and place of production
2. Name of the director/choreographer
3. Name of the other designers
4. Name of the photographer if applicable
5. Biography of costume designer or other pertinent information (250 W0rds)
6. Sign and return the Release Form (link included in submission form) with submission
7. Optional Costume Video: No longer than 3 min.; video that highlights costumes
8. Design Approach (200 words)
9. Images of work
***Please note that you may complete your submission form(s) in multiple sessions. Once your account is created, you may work on your submission(s) at your own pace, and save your work at the end of each session. Your work will not be available to the regional curators until you have finalized and formally submitted it on the website.
The deadline to submit is: February 1, 2018 by 11:59 PM EST
It is the artist’s responsibility to have copyrights of their work and submit them along with the images of every single piece they will submit to the exhibit. In the United States one gets a copyright by mailing an image to the US Copyright office. Information at: http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/
The USA and Russia have a binding copyright agreement. Check here for other countries:
The museum holds no copyright for the work of the artist, but acknowledges copyrights that will be stated in the contract between the artist and the museum.
The museum insurance covers all exhibition materials only when they are in the possession of the museum. If you will be sending the costumes or renderings via the mail, you must purchase your own insurance. The museum will not be liable for any lost property outside the museum.
For additional information:
Direct all submission questions to your national/regional curator
Direct all technical questions to Julianne D’Errico: firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct questions your National/regional curators cannot answer to Susan Tsu or Igor Roussanoff: email@example.com