Concept drawing of creature chased by its own tail costume for Expo '88 [Light Fantastic Parade], Brisbane, c1987 to 1988

Frank, Laurel (1987). Concept drawing of creature chased by its own tail costume for Expo '88 [Light Fantastic Parade], Brisbane, c1987 to 1988.

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Creator Frank, Laurel
Title Concept drawing of creature chased by its own tail costume for Expo '88 [Light Fantastic Parade], Brisbane, c1987 to 1988
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1987
Year available 2015
Series Laurel Frank Collection, UQFL563
Type image/tiff
Original Format Sketch, 1p; col.; pencil and ink on paper; 43 x 30 cm.
Source Laurel Frank Collection, UQFL563, Parcel 1, item 962.01
Rights For all enquiries about this work, please contact the Fryer Library, The University of Queensland Library
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Laurel Frank was a member of the Australian Performing Group in Melbourne from 1973 to 1980. She was a founding member and principle costume designer of Circus Oz. She also worked at Last Laugh Theatre Restaurant in Melbourne and was a resident costume maker at Handspan Theatre.

Frank was a Performing Unit Designer for Expo '88 Light Fantastic Parade and Lunchtime Parade along with Frances Joseph, Peter Tully, Tina Matthews and Catherine Hahn. Designs for the parades were developed over two sessions in 1987 and in early 1988 a workshop was established in West End (Brisbane) to manufacture them. The designers constructed their own work with assistance from local professionals.
Keyword Frank, Laurel -- Archives
Expo '88 (Brisbane, Qld.)
Costume designers -- Australia
Parade (Expo '88)
Costume design drawings

Document type: Image
Collection: Fryer Library
 
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