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Conference & Stage Expo
For the Record
Costume Commission
Seeks Proposals for
Phoenix 2007 Sessions

Joel Ebarb
Costume Design & Technology Commission,
Phoenix Programming Chair

The Costume Design & Technology Commission conference programming for 2006 in Louisville is complete, with an innovative, informative, and exciting slate of sessions.

However, it is never too early to start planning ahead, and programming proposals for Phoenix in 2007 are being sought immediately!

If you have an idea for a conference session you would like to propose, visit the Costume Commission web site through and look for the section titled "Conferences: Propose a Session" for complete details and instructions.

This link will take you directly to the information on how to propose a session.

Proposals are taken up to two years in advance, and programming for Phoenix will be decided in Louisville.

Submission deadline for proposing 2007 sessions is three weeks before the conference.

The success of conference programming depends on active involvement by Commission members. Please consider proposing a session for Phoenix 2007 today!

For more information, contact Joel Ebarb, Programming Chair for Phoenix 2007, via e-mail at

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William Renshaw works on a tutu during a 2005 Professional Development Workshops offered by the Costume Design & Technology Commission.
Photo/Casey Kearns