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54-341 Costume Design I

Prerequisites:54-245 and 54-347
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FOR: First year graduate costume majors and upper level undergraduates with declared majors. Non-major Design, PTM and Drama students and all others by Instructor Approval only. DESCRIPTION: A two semester course that engages students with Paul Tazewell, Susan Tsu and guest designers. Principals and elements of design including color theory are examined in discreet costume projects. Strong process orientation. Final project covers play analysis, research, emotional response, deconstruction of script, character analysis, awareness of all design disciplines, drawing, painting, swatching, and spec sheets.

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