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Costume Design

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Costume Design & Make Up - 5M2208
This intensive two year course gives the student the ability to design, problem solve and produce costume, make-up and hair for performers. The student is continually assessed through studio based practical projects and is given individual feedback on all completed work. The course is delivered by film and theatre practitioners. Students study design development, drawing and illustration to enable them to generate and communicate their ideas. Pattern drafting and costume construction are thought to enable the student to realise their designs into 3D Students are instructed in the techniques of hair/wig and make-up design and application. Students also collaborate with the Performance department and the Technical Theatre department on designing shows for public performance.