Introduction to Costuming
with Anna Hogan
March 19 - May 14
*No class March 26, April 2, April 16
Students will learn the basic structure and function of the artistic costuming process including organization skills, artistic design, and communicating vision. The art of sketching will be developed, with students creating visuals as a guide for communication with a director. Period costumes, painting, creative draping, and early sewing skills will be explored. These costumers-in-training will gain skill in fitting costumes, quick change techniques, and other secrets of the costume trade. Finally, students will have the thrill of watching their costumes come to life in a live production of Mary Poppins Jr.
*Younger students with sewing experience may inquire by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost to participate in the 6-week class:
Class will cap at 6 students to ensure adequate individual attention.
Portions of this class may occur off-site.