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  • [[Ethnic1pagesAgayu2]]Agayu (1994) Designed by Nat ? Click on photo tosee a closeup of this picture. Nat was a guest ar [[Store100pagesGiftstore|Buy Books and More]]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://www.uaf.edu/theatre@160x120.jpg [http:
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  • '' Plastic Armor by Lorraine Pettit, designed and built by Lorraine to mesh with the rest of the costume design by Tara M
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  • ... page here]]has worked in both theatre costuming and industrial sewing for more yearsthan she cares to count. In her varied sewing career she has been cost '' Tlingkit inspired wedding dress with cape, designed by Tara Maginnis, and executed by Lorraine Pettit.
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  • ... page here]]has worked in both theatre costuming and industrial sewing for more yearsthan she cares to count. In her varied sewing career she has been cost ''Costumes designed by Lorraine Pettit for Athena at FDA, 1993:''
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  • ...ciation - learn to sew, sewing projects, bridal, charity sewing, links and more] (designed original production of The Rite of Spring
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  • ...duate experienceshowed me that usually these things can make a show happen more cheaply. At all events,there is no excuse for not having them, simply becau More online info about:
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  • ...mply isn't a great creative idea. However, one can, both induce creativity more orless on demand and save up creative thoughts from a previous day to use a ...this with my apartment, and a student who saw it was so inspired by it she designed astage set for Dusa, Fish, Stas, and Vi based on it. Milla, a Russian desig
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  • ...enderings. I was wondering also if you possessed any actual dance costumes designed by Gontcharova, and whether I might be allowed to view these (if such exist
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  • ...e to go to an interview with only a design portfolio would be to leave out more than two thirds of my work. ...r portfolio, and later pulling things out as they are replaced by newer or more important work. Examples of things you might not have thought of that can g
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  • [[Shows100pagesGrease|Grease]](co-designed with students), Ubu Roi [[Shows100pagesAyli|AsYou Like It,]]Curse of theStarving Class (co-designed with student),Mainstage Productions.
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  • ...orative.It offered the sametype of protection as the first, yet it was far more lavish and beautiful. ...n tradition.The EmpirePeriod of the 1700¬ís also brought us the chemise, a more figure-consciousversion of the empire dress.Thechemise represented a truer
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  • ...rricane Floyd.These two factors decreased the cotton output in the U.S. by more thanone million bales. ...nd The REHANCE Group developedTRANSPOR Cotton 2000.TRANSPORCotton 2000 was designed to take moisture away from the skin and allow it toevaporate in the air in
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  • ...sign & Construction at The Costumer's ManifestoThese pages were originally designed for an online version of a Costume Design and Construction Class at the Uni '''If you are just looking around, or want to know more about this online course: '''go to '
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  • These pages were originally designed for an online version of a Costume Design and Construction Class at the Uni ...ive experience in some areas, and gaps in other areas, this smorgasbord is designed so that a student may skip over areas that he/she already knows about, and
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  • These pages were originally designed for an online version of a Costume Design and Construction Class at the Uni ...ive experience in some areas, and gaps in other areas, this smorgasbord is designed so that a student may skip over areas that he/she already knows about, and
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  • These pages were originally designed for an online version of a Costume Design and Construction Class at the Uni
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  • ...sign & Construction at The Costumer's ManifestoThese pages were originally designed for an online version of a Costume Design and Construction Class at the Uni ...ive experience in some areas, and gaps in other areas, this smorgasbord is designed so that a student may skip over areas that he/she already knows about, and
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  • ...sign & Construction at The Costumer's ManifestoThese pages were originally designed for an online version of a Costume Design and Construction Class at the Uni
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  • ...R 254 BEGINNING COSTUME DESIGN ANDCONSTRUCTION These pages were originally designed for an online version of a Costume Design and Construction Class at the Uni ...afts workers, and artists who are looking for inspiration. This course was designed to be adaptable for people who may already have experience in sewing, drawi
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  • ...ade to shift this section partly towards the back when the waistline is re-designed.
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"The Costumer's Manifesto"
by Tara Maginnis