NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA, September 7, 2011 – The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced today the juried winners for the 63rd Primetime Emmy® Awards in the category of Individual Achievement in Animation and Costumes for a Variety/Music Program or a Special. These awards will be handed out during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday, September 10th. The 2011 juried winners include:

Individual Achievement in Animation

Community: Abed’s Uncontrollable Christmas ∙ NBC ∙ A Harmonious Claptrap production in association with 23D Films, Inc.

Drew Hodges, Character Animator

Disney Phineas And Ferb ∙ Wizard Of Odd ∙ Disney Channel ∙ Disney Television Animation

Jill Daniels, Background Painter

Disney Phineas And Ferb ∙ Wizard Of Odd ∙ Disney Channel ∙ Disney Television Animation

Brian Woods, Background Design

Firebreather ∙ Cartoon Network ∙ Cartoon Network Studios

Peter Chung, Character Design

Firebreather ∙ Cartoon Network ∙ Cartoon Network Studios

Sung Chang, Character Animator

Lilac Wine ∙ drmartens.com ∙ Blind, Inc.

Vanessa Marzaroli, Production Design

Young Justice ∙ Independence Day ∙ Cartoon Network ∙ Warner Bros. Animation

Philip Bourassa, Character Design

Costumes For A Variety/Music Program Or A Special

Gettysburg ∙ HISTORY ∙ Produced by Scott Free Productions in association with Herzog & Company for HISTORY

Kate Carin, Costume Designer

Abigail Metcalf, Costume Supervisor

Portlandia ∙ Farm ∙ IFC ∙ Broadway Video

Amanda Needham, Costume Designer

Niki Dimitras, Costume Supervisor

The Primetime Emmy rules state that in a juried award, all entrants are screened by a jury of professionals in the peer group, with the possibility of one, more than one or no entry is awarded an Emmy. There are no nominations. The winner(s), if any, are announced prior to the awards presentation. Deliberations are an open discussion of the work of each entrant, with a thorough review of the merits of awarding the Emmy. At the conclusion of the deliberation on each entry, the jury votes on the question, “Is this entry worthy of an Emmy award – yea or nay?” Only those in unanimous approval win.