WE PROUDLY CONGRATULATE OUR MEMBERS
AND THEIR COLLEAGUES ON THEIR 68TH PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS

(Winners in bold face)
The Creative Arts Emmy® Awards was held on Saturday, September 17 at at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles
 

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE CONTEMPORARY OR FANTASY PROGRAM
(ONE HOUR OR MORE)

American Horror Story
Mark Worthington -Production Designer, Denise Hudson - Art Director, Ellen Brill - Set Decorator

Game Of Thrones
Deborah Riley - Production Designer, Paul Ghirardani - Art Director, Rob Cameron - Set Decorator


House Of Cards
Steve Arnold - Production Designer, Halina Gebarowicz - Art Director, Tiffany Zappulla - Set Decorator

The Man In The High Castle
Drew Boughton - Production Designer, Linda King - Art Director, Brenda Meyers - Ballard - Set Decorator

Penny Dreadful
Jonathan McKinstry - Production Designer, Jo Riddell - Art Director, Philip Murphy - Set Decorator


OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PERIOD PROGRAM
(ONE HOUR OR MORE)

Downton Abbey
Donal Woods - Production Designer, Mark Kebby - Art Director, Linda Wilson - Set Decorator


Fargo
Warren A. Young - Production Designer, Elisabeth Williams - Art Director, Shirley Inget - Set Decorator

The Knick
Howard Cummings - Production Designer, Laura Ballinger Gardner - Art Director, Regina Graves - Set Decorator .

Masters Of Sex
Elizabeth H. Gray - Production Designer, Valerie Green - Art Director, Halina Siwolop - Set Decorator

Outlander Jon Gary Steele - Production Designer, Nicki McCallum - Art Director, Gina Cromwell - Set Decorator


OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PROGRAM
(HALF - HOUR OR LESS)

The Big Bang Theory
John Shaffner - Production Designer, Francoise Cherry -Cohen - Art Director, Ann Shea - Set Decorator

The Muppets
Denise Pizzini - Production Designer, Don Diers - Set Decorator

Silicon Valley
Richard Toyon - Production Designer, Oana Bogdan - Art Director, Jennifer Mueller - Set Decorator

Transparent
Cat Smith - Production Designer, Macie Vener - Art Director, Susan Mina Eschelbach - Set Decorator

Veep
Jim Gloster - Production Designer, Karen Steward - Art Director, Kimberly Wannop - Set Decorator


OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A VARIETY - NONFICTION - REALITY OR REALITY - COMPETITION SERIES
Drunk History
Rachel Robb Kondrath - Production Designer, Kellie Jo Tinney - Set Decorator

Key & Peele
Gary Kordan - Production Designer, Julie Drach - Set Decorator

Portlandia
Schuyler Telleen - Production Designer, Katherine Isom - Set Decorator


Saturday Night Live
Eugene Lee - Production Designer, Akira Yoshimura - Production Designer, Keith Ian Raywood - Production Designer, Joe DeTullio - Production Designer

The Voice
Anton Goss - Production Designer, James Pearse Connelly - Production Designer, Zeya Maurer - Art Director, Lydia Smyth - Art Director, Stephanie Trigg Hines - Set Decorator


OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A VARIETY - NONFICTION - EVENT OR AWARD SPECIAL
Grease: Live
David Korins - Production Designer, Joe Celli - Art Director, Jason Howard - Set Decorator


He Named Me Malala
Alexander Fuller - Production Designer, Lori West - Art Director

Lemonade
Hannah Beachler - Production Designer, Chris Britt - Art Director, Kim Murphy - Set Decorator

The Oscars
Derek McLane - Production Designer, Gloria Lamb - Art Director, Matt Steinbrenner - Art Director

The Wiz Live!
Derek McLane - Production Designer, Erica Hemminger - Art Director, Mike Pilipski - Set Decorator



* The Emmy Awards recognize excellence within various areas of television and emerging media. The Emmy Awards are administered by three sister organizations, which focus on various sectors of television and broadband programming:
• Television Academy (primetime)
• National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (daytime, sports, news and documentary)
• International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (international)

The Primetime Emmy Award is a symbol of peer recognition from over 16,000 Television Academy members.
Each member casts a ballot for the category of competition in their field of expertise.


THE CREATIVE ARTS PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS FOR OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION: 2014-1954


2015
OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE CONTEMPORARY OR FANTASY PROGRAM (One Hour or More)

Deborah Riley, Paul Ghirardani and Rob Cameron for Game of Thrones “High Sparrow” “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” “Hardhome” from HBO, HBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; Television 360; Startling Television and Generator Productions

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PERIOD PROGRAM (One Hour or More)

Bill Groom, Adam Scher and Carol Silverman for Boardwalk Empire “Golden Days For Boys And Girls” “Friendless Child” “Eldorado” from HBO, HBO Entertainment in association with Leverage, Closest to the Hole Productions, Sikelia Productions and Cold Front Productions

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PROGRAM (Half Hour or Less)

Richard Toyon, L.J. Houdyshell and Jenny Mueller for Silicon Valley “Sand Hill Shuffle” “Homicide” “Adult Content” from HBO, HBO Entertainment in association with Judgemental Films, Alec Berg, Altschuler Krinsky Works and 3 Arts Entertainment

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR VARIETY, NONFICTION, REALITY OR REALITY-COMPETITION PROGRAMMING

Tyler Robinson, Schuyler Telleen and Katherine Isom for Portlandia “Dead Pets” “Call Me Al” “Fashion” from IFC, Broadway Video for IFC 



2014
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR CONTEMPORARY OR FANTASY SERIES (Single-Camera)

Deborah Riley, Production Designer, Paul Ghirardani, Art Director, Rob Cameron, Set Decorator
GAME OF THRONES: The Laws Of Gods And Men & The Mountain And The Viper

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, NONFICTION, REALITY OR REALITY COMPETITION

Derek McLane - Production Designer, Joe Celli - Art Director
THE OSCARS

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR PERIOD SERIES, MINI-SERIES or MOVIE (Single-Camera)

Bill Groom, Production Designer, Adam Scher, Art Director, Carol Silverman, Set Decorator
BOARDWALK EMPIRE: Erlkönig, The Old Ship Of Zion, Farewell Daddy Blue

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR CONTEMPORARY PROGRAM (Half-Hour or Less)

RAY YAMAGATA, Ray Yamagata, Production Designer, Chikako Suzuki, Art Director, Tim Stepeck, Set Decorator
HOUSE OF LIES: Wreckage, Middlegame, Zhang



2013
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING

Bill Groom, Production Designer; Adam Scher, Art Director  "Boardwalk Empire: Sunday Best/Two Impostors/Margate Sands"

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES

John Janavs, Production Designer: Robert Frye, Art Director; Heidi Miller, Set Decorator  "MasterChef: 3-20"


2012
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES

Florian Wieder - Production Designer; Isabell Rauert - Art Director; Tamlyn Rae Wright - Art Director,  "2010 MTV Video Music Awards" (MTV)
 

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

Gemma Jackson - Production Designer; Frank Walsh - Art Director; Tina Jones - Set Decorator "Garden Of Bones" (HBO)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

Bill Groom - Production Designer; Adam Scher - Art Director; Carol Silverman - Set Decorator "Boardwalk Empire - Peg Of Old (HBO)"
 
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE

David Roger - Production Designer; Paul Ghirardani - Art Director; Jo Kornstein - Set Decorator "Great Expectations" (Masterpiece - PBS)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING

Steve Bass - Production Designer; Seth Easter - Art Director "65th Annual Tony Awards" (CBS)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING
 
Brian Stonestreet - Production Designer; Alana Billingsley - Art Director; Matt Steinbrenner - Art Director "The 54th Annual Grammy Awards" (CBS)



2011
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING

Florian Wieder, Production Designer; Isabell Rauert, Art Director; Tamlyn Rae Wright, Art Director,  "2010 MTV Video Music Awards" (MTV)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES

Michael Andrew Hynes, Production Designer; Maralee Zediker, Set Decorator, "Hot In Cleveland: Sisterhood Of The Traveling SPANXc, I Love Lucci: Part Two, LeBron Is Le Gone" (TV Land)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

Bob Shaw, Production Designer; Douglas Huszti, Art Director; Debra Schutt, Set Decorator, "Boardwalk Empire, Boardwalk Empire  (Pilot)" (HBO)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE

Donal Woods, Production Designer; Charmian Adams, Art Director; Gina Cromwell, Set Decorator, "Downton Abbey (Masterpiece)" (PBS)



2010
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING

Bruce Rodgers, Production Designer; Sean Dougall, Art Director; Mai Sakai, Art Director,  "The Who Super Bowl Halftime Show" (CBS)
 

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES

Cabot McMullen, Production Designer; Amy Feldman, Set Decorator, "The New Adventures Of Old Christine: Subway, Somehow, Revenge Makeover, Sweet Charity" (CBS)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

Richard Berg, Production Designer; Amber Marie-Angelique Haley, Set Decorator, "Modern Family, Modern Family - Moon Landing" (ABC)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE

Donal Woods, Production Designer; Mark Kebby, Art Director; Trisha Edwards, Set Decorator,  "Return To Cranford (Masterpiece)" (PBS)



2009
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING

Ellen Waggett, Production Designer; Jo Winiarski, Art Director; Kelly Hanson, Art Director,  "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift Of All" (Comedy Central)
 

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES

Cabot McMullen, Production Designer; Amy Feldman, Set Decorator,  "The New Adventures Of Old Christine: What Happens In Vegas Is Disgusting In Vegas; Guess Who's Not Coming To Dinner; He Ain't Heavy" (CBS)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

Michael Wylie, Production Designer; Ken Creber, Art Director; Halina Siwolop, Set Decorator,  "Pushing Daisies: Dim Sum Lose Some" (ABC)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE

Rob Harris, Production Designer; Mickey Lennon, Art Director; Emelia Weavind, Set Decorator, "Generation Kill Generation Kill" (HBO)



2008
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING

Scott Storey, Production Designer; Joe Celli, Art Director; James Connelly, Art Director, "2007 MTV Video Music Awards" (MTV)
 

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES

Cabot McMullen, Production Designer; Amy Feldman, Set Decorator, "The New Adventures Of Old Christine: Between A Rock And A Hard Place, The New Adventures Of Old Christine: House" (CBS)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

Mark Worthington, Production Designer; Jim Wallis, Art Director; Archie D'Amico, Set Decorator, "Ugly Betty: How Betty Got Her Grieve Back" (ABC)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE

Patti Podesta, Production Designer; Christopher Tandon, Art Director; Radha Mehta, Set Decorator, "Recount" (HBO)
 



2007
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR VARIETY, MUSIC OR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING
J. Michael Riva, Production Designer; Gregory Richman, Art Director; Tamlyn Wright, Art Director, “The 78th Annual Academy Awards" (ABC)
John Myhre, Production Designer; Tomas Voth, Art Director; Barbara Cassel, Set Decorator "Tony Bennett: An American Classic" (NBC)

OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Steve Olson, Production Designer; Susan Eschelbach, Set Decorator
"How I Met Your Mother: Aldrin Justice, Something Borrowed, Something Blue" (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Joseph Bennett, Production Designer; Anthony Pratt, Production Designer; Carlo Serafini, Art Director; Cristina Onori, Set Decorator, "Rome: Heroes of the Republic, Philippi, Deus Impeditio Esuritori Nullus" (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Grenville Horner, Production Designer; Patrick Rolfe, Art Director; Clare Andrade, Set Decorator
"Jane Eyre (Masterpiece Theatre)" (PBS)



2006
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY, MUSIC PROGRAM, OR SPECIAL
Roy Christopher, Production Designer; Greg Richman, Art Director, “The 78th Annual Academy Awards (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Stephan Olson, Production Designer; Richard C. Walker Set Decorator, “How I Met Your Mother” (Pilot) (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Eve Stewart, Production Designer; Leon McCarthy, Art Director; Sarah Whittle, Set Decorator, “Elizabeth 1” (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Joseph Bennett, Production Designer; Domenico Sica, Art Director; Cristina Onori, Set Decorator, “Rome: Caesarion, Triumph, Kalends of February” (HBO)


2005
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY, MUSIC PROGRAM, OR SPECIAL
Roy Christopher, Production Designer; Greg Richman, Art Director, “The 78th Annual Academy Awards (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Stephan Olson, Production Designer; Richard C. Walker Set Decorator, “How I Met Your Mother” (Pilot) (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Eve Stewart, Production Designer; Leon McCarthy, Art Director; Sarah Whittle, Set Decorator, “Elizabeth 1” (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Joseph Bennett, Production Designer; Domenico Sica, Art Director; Cristina Onori, Set Decorator, “Rome: Caesarion, Triumph, Kalends of February” (HBO)


2004
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
John Shaffner, Art Director; Judi Giovanni, Set Decorator, “George Lopez – Leave It To Lopez / The Simple Life / Trouble In Paradise” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Maria Caso, Production Designer; James J. Murakami, Art Director; David Potts, Art Director; Ernie Bishop, Set Decorator, “Deadwood – Requiem For A Gleet / Complications / Childish Things” (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
A. John-Paul Kelly, Production Designer; Emma MacDevitt, Art Director; Sara Wan, Set Decorator, “The Lost Prince” (Masterpiece Theatre) (PBS) B. Sarah Knowles, Production Designer; Scott Ritenour, Art Director; Thomas Minton, Art Director; Frank Galline, S.D.S.A., Set Decorator, “Warm Springs” (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY, MUSIC PROGRAM, OR SPECIAL
Steve Bass, Production Designer; Brian Stonestreet, Production Designer; Tamlyn Wright, Art Director; Scott Welborn, Art Director, “The 47th Annual Grammy Awards” (CBS)


2003
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Roy Christopher, Production Designer; Amy Skjonsby-Winslow, Art Director; Ron Olsen, Set Decorator, “Frasier – Freudian Sleep Caught in The Act” (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Bernt Capra, Pilot Production Designer; Dan Bishop, Re-Shoot Production Designer; Jeremy Cassells, Pilot Art Director; Roger L. King, Re-Shoot Art Director; Gary Kosko, Re-Shoot Art Director; Leslie Frankenheimer, Pilot Set Decorator; Sara Andrews Ingrassia, Re-Shoot Set Decorator, “Carnivàle – Milfay” (Pilot) (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Stuart Wurtzel, Production Designer; John Kasarda, Art Director; George DeTitta, Jr., S.D.S.A., Set Decorator, “Angels in America – Part 1 – Millennium Approaches & Part 2 – Perestroika” (HBO)


2002
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Glenda Rovello, Production Designer; Melinda Ritz, S.D.S.A., Set Decorator, “Will & Grace – 24” (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Aaron Osborne, Production Designer; Jeannie Gunn, S.D.S.A., Set Decorator, “Without A Trace – Birthday Boy” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
Marek Dobrowolski, Production Designer; Martin Martinec, Art Director; Albrecht Konrad, Art Director; Karel Vanasek, Key Set Decorator, “Hitler: The Rise of Evil” – Part 1 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Roy Christopher, Production Designer; Greg Richman, Art Director; Tamlyn Wright, Art Director; Keaton Walker, Art Director, “The 75th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
Rob Pearson, Production Designer; Mark Dabe, Art Director; Leslie Frankenheimer, Set Decorator, "James Dean (TNT)


2001
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Glenda Rovello, Production Designer; Melinda Ritz, Set Decorator, “Will & Grace – Lows In The Mid Eighties” (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Paul Eads, Production Designer; Mindy Roffman, Art Director; Jan Pascale, Set Decorator, “Boston Public” – Chapter One (FOX)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
Ondrej Nekvasil, Production Designer; Jan Vlasak, Art Director; Marie Raskova, Set Decorator, “Anne Frank” – Part 2 (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
John Iacovelli, Production Designer; Aaron King, Set Decorator, “Peter Pan” Starring Cathy Rigby (A&E)


1999
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Dahl Delu, Production Designer; Rusty Lipscomb, Set Decorator, “Love & Money” Pilot (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Jon Hutman, Production Designer; Tony Fanning, Art Director; Ellen Totleben, Set Decorator, “The West Wing” Pilot (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
James Spencer, Production Designer; Leslie Thomas, Art Director; Robert Greenfield, Set Decorator, “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge” (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Bob Keene, Production Designer; Brian J. Stonestreet, Art Director, “The 42nd Annual Grammy Awards” (CBS)


1998
ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Thomas A. Walsh, Production Designer; Kim Hix, Art Director; “Buddy Faro” (CBS)
ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Hilda Stark Manos, Production Designer; Kathleen M. McKernin, Art Director, “The Rat Pack” (HBO)
ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Roy Christopher, Production Designer; Steve Olson, Art Director, “The 71st Annual Academy Awards” (ABC)


1997
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Graeme Murray, Production Designer; Greg Loewen, Art Director; Shirley Inget, Set Decorator; “The X-Files: The Postmodern Prometheus” (FOX)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL
Roger Hall, Production Designer; John King and Mike Boone, Art Directors; Karen Brookes, Set Decorator; “Merlin” (Part 1) (NBC)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Randy Ser, Production Designer; Edward L. Rubin, Art Director; Julie Kaye Fanton, Set Decorator; “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella” (Disney)


1996
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Graeme Murray, Production Designer; Gary P. Allen, Art Director; Shirley Inget, Set Decorator, “The X-Files Memento Mori” (FOX)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL
Don Taylor, Production Designer; John Graysmark, Art Director; John Bush, Set Decorator, “Jane Austen’s Emma” (A&E)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Bob Keene, Production Designer; Steve Bass, Art Director, “Centennial Olympic Games: Opening Ceremonies” (NBC)


1995
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Paul Eads, Production Designer; Mindy Roffman, Art Director; Mary Ann Biddle, Set Decorator, “Murder One” Chapter One (ABC)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL
Roger Hall, Production Designer; John Fenner, Supervising Art Director; Alan Tomkins, UK Art Director; Frederic Evard, Portugal Art Director; Rosalind Shingleton, Set Decorator, “Gulliver’s Travels” Part One (NBC)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Val Strazovec, Production Designer; Jim Dultz, Art Director; Jenny Wilkerson, Set Decorator, “Muppets Tonight – With Special Guest Star Tony Bennett” (NBC)


1994
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Garvin Eddy, Production Designer; Rochelle Moser, Set Decorator, “Cybill” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL
Rodger Maus, Production Designer; Brian Ackland-Snow, Supervising Art Director; Josie MacAvin, Joseph Litsch, Set Decorators, “Scarlett” Episode 1 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Kathleen Ankers, Production Designer, “Late Show With David Letterman” Show #379 (CBS)


1993
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Paul Eads, Production Designer; Mary Ann Biddle, Set Decorator, “NYPD Blue” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL
Charles C. Bennett, Production Designer; Amy McGary, Set Decorator, “The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All” (Part 1) (CBS)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Eric Walmsley, Production Designer; John Gunter, Art Director, “Porgy & Bess” (“American Playhouse/Great Performances”) (PBS)


1992
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION / SET DECORATION / SCENIC DESIGN (DAYTIME)
Victor DiNapoli, Production Designer; Bob Phillips, Art Director; Mike Pantuso, Art Director; Nat Mongioli, Set Decorator, “Sesame Street” (PBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES (DAYTIME)
Sy Tomashoff, Production Designer; Jack Forrestel, Art Director; Jay Garvin, Set Decorator, Elsa Zamparelli, Set Decorator, Fred Cooper, Set Decorator, “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Dean E. Mitzner, Production Designer; Tom Pedigo, Set Decorator, “Homefront” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A Miniseries OR A SPECIAL
Keith Wilson, Production Designer; Vladimir Murzin, Production Designer; Alistair Kay, Art Director, “Stalin” (HBO)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Joe Stewart, Production Designer; John Shaffner, Production Designer, “The Magic of David Copperfield XV: Fires of Passion” (CBS)


1991
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION / SCENIC DESIGN (DAYTIME)
James Fenhgen, Set Designer, “Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?”
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION / SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES (DAYTIME)
Sy Tomashoff, Production Designer; Jack Forrestel, Art Director; Jay Garvin, Set Decorator, “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Woody Crocker, Production Designer; Ken Berg, Art Director; Gene Serdena, Set Decorator, “Northern Exposure” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A Miniseries OR A SPECIAL
Gavin Bocquet, Production Designer; Keith Pain, Art Director; Lucy Richardson, Art Director; Maggie Gray, Set Decorator, “Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal” Pilot (ABC)
OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Joe Stewart, Production Designer; John Shaffner, Production Designer, “The Magic of David Copperfield XIV: Flying…Live the Dream” (CBS)


1990
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION / SET DECORATION / SCENIC DESIGN (DAYTIME)
Gary Panter, Production Designer; Ric Heitzman, Wayne White, Co-Production Designers; Jimmy Cuomo, Art Director; Debbie Madalena, Paul Reubens, Set Decorators, “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION / SET DECORATION / SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES (DAYTIME)
Sy Tomashoff, Production Designer; Jack Forrestel, Art Director; Jay Garvin, Randy Gunderson, Set Decorators, “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION OF A SERIES
John C. Mula, Production Designer; Kevin Pfeiffer, Art Director; Brian Savegar, Set Decorator, “Dinosaurs, The Mating Dance” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL
Jozsef Romvari, Production Designer; Dean Tschetter, Art Director, “The Josephine Baker Story” (HBO)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
John Shaffner, Joe Stewart, Production Designers, “The Magic of David Copperfield XIII: Mystery on the Orient Express” (CBS)


1989
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN (DAYTIME)
Victor DiNapoli, Art Director; Mike Pantuso, Scenic Designer; Nat Mongioli, Set Decorator, “Sesame Street” (PBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES (DAYTIME)
Lawrence King, Art Director; Elmon Webb, Scenic Designer; Holmes Easley, David Harnish, Paul W. Hickey, Set Decorators, “As the World Turns” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Richard D. James, Production Designer; James J. Mees, Set Decorator, “Star Trek: The Next Generation – Sins of the Father” (Syndication)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A SPECIAL
Timian Alsaker, Jacques Bufnoir, Production Designers, “The Phantom of the Opera” Part 2 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Roy Christopher, Production Designer; Greg Richman, Art Director, “The 62nd Annual Academy Awards” (ABC)


1988
ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN (DAYTIME)
Anthony Sabatino, William H. Harris, Production Designers; Phyllis Hofberg, Richard D. Bluhm, Art Directors, “Fun House” (Syndication)
ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES (DAYTIME)
William Hulstrom, Norman Wadell, Art Directors; Joseph Bevacqua, Andrea Joel, Eric Fischer, Set Decorators, “The Young and the Restless” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
James J. Agazzi, Production Designer; Bill Harp, Set Decorator, “Moonlighting – A Womb With a View” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A Miniseries OR A SPECIAL
Jan Scott, Production Designer; Jack Taylor, Art Director; Edward J. McDonald, Set Decorator, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Bernie Yeszin, Art Director; Portia Iversen, Set Decorator, “The Tracey Ullman Show – All About Tammy Lee, Maggie In Peril (Part 2)” (FOX)


1987
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN (DAYTIME)
Gary Panter, Production Designer; Wayne Wilkes White, Ric Heitzman, Co-Production Designers; Jeremy Railton, Art Director; James Higginson, Paul Reubens, Set Decorators, “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION/SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA (DAYTIME)
Sy Tomashoff, Jack Forrestel, Art Directors; Jay Garvin, Randy Gunderson, Set Decorators, “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR SERIES
John Mansbridge, Art Director; Chuck Korian, Set Decorator, “Beauty and the Beast” Pilot, September 25, 1987 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A Miniseries OR A SPECIAL
Jan Scott, Production Designer; Erica Rogalla, Set Decorator, “Foxfire” (“Hallmark Hall of Fame”), December 13, 1987 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Charles Lisanby, Production Designer, “Barry Manilow: Big Fun On Swing Street,” March 7, 1988 (CBS)


1986
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION (DAYTIME)
Gary Panter, Production Designer; Wayne Wilkes White, Ric Heitzman, Co-Production Designers, Sidney J. Bartholomew Jr., Art Director; Nancy Greenstein, Set Decorator; “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION FOR A DRAMA SERIES
William Hulstrom, Art Director; Joseph Bevacqua, Andre Joel, Eric Fischer, Set Decorators, “The Young and the Restless” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Jeffrey L. Goldstein, Production Designer; Richard D. Kent, Set Decorator, “L.A Law” Pilot, September 15, 1986 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A PILOT
Richard B. Lewis, Production Designer; Bernie Cutler, Art Director, “Max Headroom” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A Miniseries OR A SPECIAL
Malcolm Middleton, Production Designer; Herbert Westbrook, Art Director; Harry Cordwell, Set Decorator, “The Two Mrs. Grenvilles Part 2,” February 19, 1987 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
René Lagler, Production Designer, “Liberty Weekend – Closing Ceremonies,” July 6, 1986 (ABC)


1985
ART DIRECTION (DAYTIME)
Victor DiNapoli, Art Director; Nat Mongioli, Set Decorator, “Sesame Street” (PBS)
ART DIRECTION, SET DECORATION & SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES (DAYTIME)
Sy Tomashoff, Art Director; Jay Garvin, Set Decorator, “Capitol” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Jacqueline Webber, Art Director; Norman Rockett, Set Decorator, “St. Elsewhere – Time Heals, Parts I and II” (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A Miniseries OR A SPECIAL
Tony Walton, Production Designer; John Kasarda, Art Director; Robert J. Franco, Set Decorator, “Death of a Salesman,” September 15, 1985 (CBS)


1984
ART DIRECTION (DAYTIME)
Romain Johnston, Debe Hales, Art Directors, “Pryor’s Place” (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION OF A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
René Lagler, Production Designer; Jeremy Railton, Art Director, “The 57th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Jeffrey Howard, Art Director; Robert Lacey, Jr., Set Decorator, “Miami Vice – No Exit” (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR A SPECIAL
Jan Scott, Production Designer; Charles C. Bennett, David Davis, Art Directors, Robert Lee Drumheller, Jacques Bradette, Set Decorators, “Evergreen, Part I” (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Roy Christopher, Production Designer, “The 58th Annual Academy Awards,” March 24, 1986 (ABC)


1983
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
For a single episode of a regular series. James Hulsey, Art Director; Bruce Kay, Set Decorator, “The Duck Factory” Pilot (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR A SPECIAL
For a single episode of a limited series or for a special. James Hulsey, Production Designer; George R. Nelson, Set Decorator, “A Streetcar Named Desire” (“ABC Theatre Presentation”) (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
For a single episode of a regular or limited series or for a special. Roy Christopher, Art Director, “The 56th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC)


1982
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
For a single episode of a regular series. John W. Corso, Production Designer; Frank Greico, Jr., Art Director; Robert George Freer, Set Decorator, “Tales of the Gold Monkey” Pilot, September 22, 1982 (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR A SPECIAL
For a single episode of a limited series or for a special. Robert MacKichan, Art Director; Jerry Adams, Set Decorator, “The Thorn Birds – Part I,” March 27, 1983 (ABC)
OOUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
For a single episode of a regular or limited series or for a special. Ray Klausen, Art Director; Michael Corenblith, Set Decorator, “The 55th Annual Academy Awards,” April 11, 1983 (ABC)


1981
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
For a single episode of a regular series. Ira Diamond, Art Director; Joseph Stone, Set Decorator, “Fame – Tomorrow’s Farewell,” January 21, 1982 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR A SPECIAL
For a single episode of a limited series or for a special. James Hulsey, Art Director; Jerry Adams, Set Decorator; “The Letter,” May 3, 1982 (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
For a single episode of a regular or limited series or for a special. Ray Klausen, “The 54th Annual Academy Awards,” March 29, 1982 (ABC)


1980
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
For a single episode of a regular series. Howard E. Johnson, Production Designer; John M. Dwyer, Robert George Freer, Set Decorators, “The Gangster Chronicles, Chapter 11,” May 1, 1981 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR SPECIAL
For a single episode of a limited series or for a special. Ray Storey, Art Director; Dennis Peoples, David Love, Set Decorators, “John Steinbeck’s ‘East of Eden, Episode 3,’” February 11, 1981 (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
For a single episode of a regular or limited series or for a special. Roy Christopher, Art Director; “The 53rd Annual Academy Awards,” March 31, 1981 (ABC)


1979
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
For a single episode of a regular series. James D. Bissell, Art Director; William Webb, Set Decorator, “Palmerstown, U.S.A. – The Old Sister,” May 1, 1980 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR A SPECIAL
For a single episode of a limited series or for a special. Wilfrid Shingleton, Production Designer; Julian Sacks, Art Director; Jean Taillandier, Art Director; Cheryl Kearney, Set Decorator; Robert Christides, Set Decorator, “Gauguin the Savage,” April 29, 1980 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
For a single episode of a regular or limited series or for a special. Charles Lisanby, Art Director; Dwight Jackson, Set Decorator, “IBM Presents Baryshnikov on Broadway,” April 24, 1980 (ABC)


1978
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
For a single episode of a regular series. Howard E. Johnson, Art Director; Richard B. Goddard, Set Decorator, “Little Women, Part 1,” October, 2, 1978 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR A SPECIAL
For a single episode of a regular or a limited series or for a special program. Jan Scott, Production Designer; Bill Harp, Set Decorator, “Studs Lonigan, Part III,” March 21, 1979 (NBC)


1977
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A COMEDY SERIES
For a single episode of a regular or limited series. Edward Stephenson, Production Designer; Robert Checchi, Set Decorator, “Soap – Episode One,” September 13, 1978 (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A DRAMA SERIES
For a single episode of a regular or limited series. Tim Harvey, “I, Claudius” (“Masterpiece Theatre”), Episode One, November 6, 1977 (PBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A COMEDY-VARIETY OR MUSIC SERIES
For a single episode of a regular or limited series. Roy Christopher, “The Richard Pryor Show,” September 20, 1977 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A DRAMATIC SPECIAL
John De Cuir, Production Designer; Richard C. Goddard, Set Decorator, “Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women,” May 21, 1978 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A COMEDY-VARIETY OR MUSIC SPECIAL
Romain Johnston, Art Director; Kerry Joyce, Set Decorator, “The Sentry Collection Presents Ben Vereen – His Roots,” March 2, 1978 (ABC)


1976
OUTSTANDING art direction OR SCENIC DESIGN FOR A COMEDY SERIES
For a single episode of a regular or limited series. Thomas E. Azzari, “Fish – The Really Longest Day,” February 5, 1977 (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMA SERIES
For a single episode of a regular or limited series. Tim Harvey, Scenic Designer, “The Pallisers,” Episode No. 1, January 24, 1977 (PBS)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN FOR A COMEDY-VARIETY OR MUSIC SERIES
For a single episode of a regular or limited series. Romain Johnston, “The Mac Davis Show” (with Susan St. James, the Pointer Sisters, and Shields & Yarnell), May 17, 1976 (NBC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN FOR A DRAMATIC SPECIAL
Jan Scott, Art Director; D. McCulley, Set Decorator, “Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years” (“ABC Theatre”), March 13, 1977 (ABC)
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A COMEDY-VARIETY OR MUSIC SPECIAL
Robert Kelly, “America Salutes Richard Rodgers: The Sound of His Music,” December 9, 1976 (CBS)


1975
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
For a single episode of a comedy, drama or limited series. Tom John, Art Director; John Wendell and Wes Laws, Set Decorators, “Beacon Hill” pilot, August 25, 1975 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
For a single episode of a comedy-variety or music series: or for comedy-variety or music special. Raymond Klausen, Art Director; Robert Checchi, Set Decorator, “Cher” (with Anthony Newly and Ike and Tina Turner), October 12, 1975 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION
For a dramatic special or a feature-length film made for television. Jan Scott, Art Director; Anthony Mondello, Set Decorator, “Eleanor and Franklin” (“ABC Theatre”), January 11 and 12, 1976 (ABC)


1974
OOUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
For a single episode of a comedy, drama or limited series. Charles Lisanby, Art Director; Robert Checchi, Set Decorator, “The Ambassador: Benjamin Franklin,” November 21, 1974
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
For a single episode of a comedy-variety or music series; or a comedy-variety or music special. Robert Kelly, Art Director; Robert Checchi, Set Decorator, “Cher” (with Bette Midler, Flip Wilson and Elton John), February 12, 1975 (CBS)
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
For a dramatic special or a feature-length film made for television. Carmen Dillon, Art Director; Tessa Davis, Set Decorator, “Love Among the Ruins” (“ABC Theatre”), March 6, 1975 (ABC)


1973
BEST ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
A. For a dramatic program or feature-length film made for television; for a series, a single program of a series or a special program. Jan Scott, Art Director; Charles Kreiner, Set Decorator, “The Lie” (“CBS Playhouse 90”), April 24, 1973
B. For a Musical or Variety single program of a series or a special program. Brian C. Bartholomew, “Barbra Streisand...and Other Musical Instruments,” November 2, 1973 (CBS) (CBS)


1972
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
A. For a dramatic program or feature-length film made for television; for a series, a single program of a series or a special program. Tom John, “Much Ado About Nothing,” February 2, 1973 (CBS)
B. For a Musical or Variety single program of a series or a special program. Brian C. Bartholomew and Keaton S. Walker, “The Julie Andrews Hour” (with “Eliza Doolittle” and “Mary Poppins”), September 13, 1972 (ABC)


1971
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
A. For a dramatic program or feature-length film made for television; for a series, a single program of a series or a special program. Jan Scott, “The Scarecrow” (“Hollywood Television Theatre”), January 10, 1972 (PBS)
B. For a Musical or Variety single program of a series or a special program. E. Jay Krause, “Diana!,” April 18, 1971


1970
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
A. For a dramatic program or feature-length film made for television; for a series, a single program of a series or a special program. Peter Roden, “Hamlet” (“Hallmark Hall of Fame”), November 17, 1970 (NBC)
B. For a Musical or Variety single program of a series or a special program. James W. Trittipo and George Gaines, Art Director and Set Decorator, respectively, for “Robert Young and the Family,” March 10, 1971 (CBS)


1969
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION OR SCENIC DESIGN
A. For a dramatic program or feature-length film made for television; for a series, a single program of a series or a special program. Jan Scott and Earl Carlson, Art Director and Set Decorator, respectively, for “Shadow Game” (“CBS Playhouse”), May 7, 1969 (CBS)
B. For a Musical or Variety single program of a series or a special program. E. Jay Krause, Art Director for “Mitzi’s 2nd Special,” October 13, 1969 (NBC)


1968
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION AND SCENIC DESIGN
A single program of a series or a special program award to Art Director and Scenic Designer, and to Set Decorator (if applicable). William P. Ross and Lou Hafley, Art Director and Set Decorator, respectively, for “The Bunker” (Parts I & II) “Mission Impossible,” March 2 & 9, 1969 (CBS)


1967
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION AND SCENIC DESIGN
A special program or one of a series; Award to Art Director and Scenic Designer, and to Set Decorator (if applicable). James W. Trittipo, Art Director for “The Fred Astaire Show,” February 7, 1968 (NBC)


1966
INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS IN ART DIRECTION AND ALLIED CRAFTS (ART DIRECTOR)
Tom John, Art Director; Earl G. Carlson, Set Decorator, “Death of a Salesman,” May 8, 1966 (CBS)


1965
INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS IN ART DIRECTION AND ALLIED CRAFTS (ART DIRECTOR)
James Trittipo, “The Hollywood Palace” (ABC)


1964
OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY, MUSIC PROGRAM, OR SPECIAL
Roy Christopher, Production Designer; Greg Richman, Art Director, “The 78th Annual Academy Awards (ABC) nominees


1963
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION AND SCENIC DESIGN
A special program, one of a series or a series – any length; live, tape or film. Warren Clymer, “Hallmark Hall of Fame” (NBC)


1962
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION AND SCENIC DESIGN
A regular program, a special program, or a series any length; live, tape or film. Carroll Clark, Marvin Aubrey Davis, “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color” (NBC)


1961
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION AND SCENIC DESIGN
A regular program, a special program, a series, or a single program series, any length, live tape or film. Gary Smith, “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall” (NBC)


1960
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION AND SCENIC DESIGN
Regular or special, any length, live, tape or film. John J. Lloyd, “Checkmate” (various episodes) (CBS)


1959
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION AND SCENIC DESIGN
Any type or length program or series. Ralph Berger and Frank Smith, “Untouchables” (“Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse”), April 20 and 27, 1959 (ABC)


1958
BEST ART DIRECTION IN A TELEVISION FILM
Any type or length. Claudio Guzman, “Bernadette” (“Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse”) (CBS)
BEST ART DIRECTION IN A LIVE TELEVISION PROGRAM
Any type or length. Edward Stephenson, “An Evening with Fred Astaire” (NBC)


1957
BEST ART DIRECTION
The most outstanding contribution by an Art Director to the concept and artistic merit of a program or series of programs of any format. Rouben Ter-Arutunian, “Twelfth Night” (“Hallmark Hall of Fame”) (NBC)


1956
BEST ART DIRECTION
Half hour or less. Paul Barnes, “Your Hit Parade” (NBC)
BEST ART DIRECTION
One hour or more. Albert Heschong, “Requiem for a Heavyweight” (“Playhouse 90”) (CBS)


1955
BEST ART DIRECTION
Live series. Otis Riggs, “Playwrights ’56 and Producers’ Showcase” (NBC)
BEST ART DIRECTION
Film series. William Ferrari, “You Are There” (CBS)


1954
BEST ART DIRECTION OF A LIVE SHOW
Bob Markell, “Mallory’s Tragedy on Mt. Everest” (“You Are There”) (CBS)
BEST ART DIRECTION OF A FILMED SHOW
Ralph Berger and Albert Pyke, “A Christmas Carol” (“Shower of Stars”) (CBS)

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