The Iranian-Armenian set and costume designer Edna Zeinalian honored for her lifetime achievements on Wednesday. She received an award for her long brilliant career in theater during a special ceremony at Tehran’s Vahdat Hall, organized by the Stage and Costume Designers Society of Iran. Zeinalian began studying in costume design at Tehran’s Alzahra University in 1972 and started working as a stage and costume designer at the Rudaki Foundation in 1978. She has worked in over 100 theaters during her career spanning over 40 years. The Stage and Costume Designers Society of Iran also unveiled a prize named after Zeinalian during the ceremony. The prize will be presented to a top stage and costume designer every year. A string orchestra, which conducted by the renowned Iranian-Armenian maestro Loris Tjeknavorian, performed a concert at the ceremony.