Carly Everaert, born in 1960 in the Netherlands, learned the trade of costume design through practice and has been a costume-designer since 1986. In 2003 and 2015 she was invited to represent Holland for the Dutch Pavilion at the Prague Quadrennial, the world exhibition on theatre design. Furthermore, she designed the salons for Atelier D in 2019, a feminist production house for the development of new texts with important female roles. Together with Sjoerd Wagenaar she started and lead the Master’s programme for scenography of the Frank Mohr Institute in Groningen. She teaches costume design as a critical thinking practice at the theatre school Amsterdam and is an active member of the open Platform Scenography. Together with the whole artistic team of The Tempest, in direction of Liesbeth Coltof she recieved the Wijnberg Scenografieprijs in 2011. Additionally, in 2012 she received the theatre-prize zilveren krekel for her designs for the stagings Mehmet de Veroveraar and Pinokkio.

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