About Tara Maginnis
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Theatre Department of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She regularly teaches classes in costume history, design, construction, theatrical makeup, and theatre history. However, she is best known for her creation of The Costumer's Manifesto, one of the World Wide Web's largest, and most eclectic, costume sites. |<center>
| width="4%" | | width="48%" valign="top" | Tara has written numerous articles for Theatre Design and Technology, the Journal of The United States Institute of Theatre Technology, of which she is a member. Tara also is the computer columnist and assistant editor for The Costume Research Journal, the quarterly publication of the USITT Costume Commission. Tara has published articles in Costume, Theatre Crafts, and the Ladies Gallery as well as other magazines. She is also a member of The Costume Society of America, The Costume Society (UK), The International Costumer's Guild, and Costumer's Guild West. |- | width="48%" valign="middle" | Tara has traveled extensively, and last led a group to the UK and Paris in 1999. Previously, Tara led groups of UAF students to the costume museums of St.Petersburg, Russia where she lived for a year. Born in California, Tara received her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia (USA). | width="4%" | | width="48%" valign="top" | |- | width="48%" valign="top" | | width="4%" | | width="48%" valign="middle" | Tara spends 9 months of the year in the UAF Costume Shop designing costumes for the shows at Theatre UAF (and occasionally other theatres). You can view her portfolio of Costume and Makeup designs online. Her resume is also online, as well as images from her latest shows, updated regularly. |- |
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