Emily Rose Barr
In 2010, Emily completed her first year in a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Textiles) at COFA, and in 2011, living in London, she completed work experience for the Museum of London in the Costume department, and also at Sands Films.
During her time at NIDA, Emily has collaborated with partners such as triple j Unearthed, Rage, ACPA and AFTRS on several different projects. Outside NIDA, she has worked as Costume and Animation Co-Designer for Perch, a street theatre performance in Glasgow in collaboration with the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, and also as Costume Co-Designer for the Asian Football Cup (AFC) 2015 Opening Ceremony. Emily has also undertaken secondments on the TV series Puberty Blues, as well as on the feature film Gods of Egypt, directed by Alex Proyas. Later this year, she is working as Artistic Director on a new boutique music festival called Marmalade Skies.
She was recently awarded the William Fletcher Foundation Tertiary Grant and hopes to pursue her growing interest and love in film and TV, immersive theatre and event design.