Yonit Olshan is a designer dedicated to the creation of costumes that visually transform stories. Her work spans across theatre, opera, dance, film, and themed entertainment. Growing up in Israel, Yonit’s passion for cultural exploration has guided her life in the arts from a young age. While working towards her Master’s in Costume Design at CalArts, Yonit has worked on several projects that expound upon her interest in incorporating technology, new materials, and conceptual sculpture in to her designs. Productions she collaborated on during her time at CalArts include: Jackie directed by Blake Harris, The Glass Mountain directed by Jonghee Woo, Choreographer Rosanna Gamson’s Still/ Restless presented at RedCat, and Edgar Arcineux’s UNTIL UNTIL UNTIL presented by the Center for New Performance, and Performa in NYC. Yonit began experimenting with her designs as the first ever recipient of the InterArts degree at the University of Michigan, and as the costume apprentice at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre. Yonit aspires to dream big, inspire thoughtfulness, and follow her imagination all over the world.