2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
    Aug 18, 2022  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

TA 226 - Advanced Production Projects


Introduces the business and practical execution of theater productions. Students learn techniques in organizing and managing different areas and departments. Requirements include participating in a supervisory position on a department show. Positions in outside theaters accepted for credit.

 

Spring 2018 Costume Design

This is a sewing fundamentals class in which you will learn how to hand sew, operate a sewing machine, prepare fabric for garment construction, read a pattern, identify various basic stitches, cut garments using patterns, and construct garments with both sewing machine and hand sewing techniques. The culmination of learning these skills will be making a sewing project (you will chose your pattern and fabric and the instructor will approve it or direct you to a more appropriate choice), during the class time with the assistance of the instructor. 

Pre-requisite for this class is the costume design and history course or permission from the instructor. Various levels of sewing ability are able to be in this class from absolute beginner to amateur, since each project will be individually geared. The class is capped at 8 students because of sewing machine availability. 

This is a studio class, most class work will be done in class.

 

Prerequisites: TA 125

Anticipated Terms Offered: periodically