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The UAF Costume Shop Page 2THE UAF COSTUME SHOP
  
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[[File:ImagesCostshop09703_04.jpg]] The Costume Shop is unusually large for an undergraduate-only theatre program. While comparing notes with other costumers in the Northwest Drama Conference (AK, WA, OR, & ID) I found it "tied" with Anchorage as the biggest college shop space (21' x 53' in the main room alone) in the Conference region.
  
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Like nearly every costume shop, it is in a basement with no windows and cement walls, but in Winter in Fairbanks this is a blessing. You never realize that it's cold and dark outside till you go to get your car. (Boy do you notice it then!)
  
[http://www.clixgalore.com/psale.asp?BID=2687&AfID=11336&AdID=572|Pay less for brand new textbooks plus free shipping only at www.BookBestBuy.com!]
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Costume and Theatre Classes and Online Education
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One of the main shop disadvantages, a poor ventilation system, we turned to our advantage, by making an all
  
[[File:ClassprojectThr25477548_12.jpg]] Free online class materials by Tara:
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[[Advice1pagesCookbook| non-toxic vapor working environment]]
  
[[ClassesFashiondressThr355main|History of Fashion and Dress]]
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[[File:ImagesCostshop92916_04.jpg]]
  
[[Classes254pagesThr254online|Costume Design and Construction]]
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[[ClassesMakeupclassMakeup|Makeup for the Theatre ]]
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We have two full-size (4' x 8') padded cutting tables, and a full and a 2/3's size crafts tables, plus a hot glue table.
  
'''Courses formerly taught by Tara Maginnis while at UAF'''
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[[File:ImagesCostshop77548_03.jpg]] Oh, yes, and we once had a part-time costume shop cat, the estimable
  
[[ClassesMakeupclassMakeup|Makeup for the Theatre ]]
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[[Tara1pagesCat|Shoelace.]]
  
The DVD version of this class:
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'''Costume Shop Equipment'''
  
[http://www.theatricaldesign.com/makeup/index.html| Theatrical Makeup Design Interactive]
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[[File:ImagesCostshop77549_08.jpg]] The shop has a comfortable amount of good, equipment, including 6 Wolf-type dress forms, 3 Bernina sewing machines, an industrial overlock serger, a Consew industrial, an Airbrush and compressor, and a genuine industrial soup cooker dye vat.
  
Movies and Film
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[[File:ImagesCostshop77549_03.jpg]] We also have a new commercial washer & drier, provided by a group of community donors.
  
[[UafcostumeshopPagesThr334movies1|Syllabus]]
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[[File:ImagesCostshop77549_04.jpg]] (Ain't it a dream?) We also have two nearly new electric-pump industrial steam irons, a newer Thompson portable industrial walking foot, and a barely year old standing steamer wand.
  
[http://movies.groups.yahoo.com/group/thr334movies/|Yahoo! Groups : thr334movies · THR 334 Movies and Film Class UAF]
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[[File:ImagesCostshop1ax_mach.jpg]] We also have a Pentium computer connected to the university T1 ethernet for the shop.
  
[[Face2facecostumeclassesCosthist355Thr355|The History Of Fashion and Dress]]
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[[File:ImagesCostshop1ax_bin2.jpg]] Students working on their own projects have access to our extensive swatch and scrap bin system, where any fabric smaller than a foot square is available for swatches, and any fabric smaller than a yard square is folded into color coded scraps for use in shows and projects.
  
[[UafcostumeshopPagesThr412|Theatre History II]]
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[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thr412|Yahoo! Groups : thr412]
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[[File:ImagesCostshopDrawers.jpg]]
  
[[Face2facecostumeclassesBeginning254Thr254main| Costume Design and Construction I:]]
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In addition to the main room is:
  
[[Face2facecostumeclassesBeginning254Thr254|Face to Face version Syllabus]]
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[[ClassesPagesCosshop3#The Hat Room|The Hat Room]]
  
[[Face2facecostumeclassesBeginning2542005classpage| 2005 Class Page]]
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[[ClassesPagesCosshop3#The Unisex Bathroom|The Unisex Bathroom]]
  
[[Face2facecostumeclassesAdvanced456456menu|Advanced Costume Design and Construction]]
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[[ClassesPagesCosshop3#Shoe Room|The Shoe Room]]
  
[[UafcostumeshopPages200xf00|Aesthetic Appreciation]]
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[[ClassesPagesCosshop3#Also in the|The Men's & Women's Dressing Rooms]]
  
[[Face2facecostumeclassesPracticum101practicum| Theatre Practicum]]
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[[ClassesPagesCosshop3#Upstairs Storage Room,|Upstairs Storage of Stock]]
  
''' Outside Links for Costume Classes :'''
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To see all of these
  
[http://www.costumeclassroom.com/|Costume Classroom] (Online Costume Classes)
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[[UafcostumeshopPagesCosshop3|Click Here.]]
  
[http://sln.suny.edu/admin/sln/original.nsf|SUNY Learning Network - SUNY Online Courses and Degree Programs] (FIT- Fashion classes online)
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[[UafcostumeshopPagesCosshopl|Links]] to other Costume Shops On the Web
 
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[[UafcostumeshopPagesCosshopl|Links To Costume Shops & Theatre Costume Degree Programs on the Web ]]
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[http://www.patternreview.com/cgi-bin/sewingclasses/allcourses.pl|Interactive Sewing Classes]
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[http://www.CostumeStudies.com/|American Costume Studies Classes]
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[http://www.inform.umd.edu/ARHU/Depts/Theatre/Personnel/hhuang/481project-sp97/costumedesign.html| Theatre 481, Stage Costume Design Use of Digital Tools in the Process of Costume Design]
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[http://www.miniclan.org/eden/galleries/class.html|Class Costume Projects]
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[http://design.ucdavis.edu/academic/classsites/des170a/index.html|Design 170A--UC Davis (Costume Design Class)]
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[http://design.ucdavis.edu/academic/classsites/des170a/syllabus.html|Design 170A Syllabus]
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[http://design.ucdavis.edu/academic/classsites/des170a/poly_assign.html|The Polyester Project: Use the thermoplastic properties of 100% polyester to create an unusual jacket or coat suitable for evening wear.]
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[http://design.ucdavis.edu/academic/classsites/des170a/2020_assign.html|20/20 Project: Create a wearable garment using a minimum of 20 yards salvage fabric and spending a maximum of $20 on materials.]
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[http://design.ucdavis.edu/academic/classsites/des170a/sweater_assign.html|The Sweater Project Utilizing the fulling/felting properties inherent in wool, create an outerwear garment by restructuring wool sweaters. ]
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[http://www.theatre-dance.ecu.edu/Faculty-Staff/Jeffery_Phipps/Thea_3007_Syllabus.html|Thea 3007 Syllabus]
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[http://www.theatre-dance.ecu.edu/Faculty-Staff/Jeffery_Phipps/Thea_3008_Syllabus.html|Thea 3008 Syllabus]
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[http://alpha.furman.edu/~kgossman/|K. Gossman's Homepage]
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[http://homepage.smc.edu/fontana_donna/Fall%2003/TA26.htm|Syllabus - TA 26]
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[http://www.waldensystems.com/emmitt/syl-1050.htm|Syllabus for Theatre 1010]
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[http://www.arts.ufl.edu/theatreanddance/syllabi/files/TPA6048.pdf|TPA 6048 Costume Design II]
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[http://plaza.ufl.edu/favinip/tpa_4049.htm|TPA 4049 Costume Design I]
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[http://www.quadctheatre.org/Instruction/Syllabi/DRAM2373-CostumeII.htm|DRAM 2373]
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[http://www.csf.edu/perfart/cost1.html|THE 317 COSTUME DESIGN I]
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[http://finearts.cypresscollege.edu/~dpolsky/pdf/thea145syllabus.pdf|thea 145 Fundimentals of Costume Design]
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[http://www.southwestern.edu/academic/sfa-site/thea-site/3costume.htm|73-793 - Costume Design]
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[http://mailer.fsu.edu/~cmuscha/|Home Page--Colleen Muscha]
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[http://dept.kent.edu/museum/exhibit/kleibacker/kleibacker2.htm|Charles Kleibacker: Master of the Bias] (Free online tutorial):
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[http://www.tollefsondesigns.com/costumes/|Kristina Tollefson]
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[http://www.tollefsondesigns.com/costumes/garmentbag1.html|Kristina Tollefson - Accessory Bag Project]
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[http://www.tollefsondesigns.com/costumes/handbook.html|Kristina Tollefson - Shopping Handbook Project]
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[http://mailer.fsu.edu/~cmuscha/|Colleen Muscha--Professor of Costume Design and History]
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[http://www.ches.ua.edu/ctd448/|CHES Interactive - Online Course Materials - CTD 448 History of Costume]
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[http://www.ches.ua.edu/ctd448/materials.html|CHES Interactive - Online Course Materials - CTD 448 - Course Materials]
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[http://www.ches.ua.edu/ctd415/index.html|CHES Interactive - Online Course Materials - CTD 415 History of Textile Design]
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[http://www.ches.ua.edu/ctd415/materials.html|CHES Interactive - Online Course Materials - CTD 415 - Course Materials]
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[http://www.ches.ua.edu/ctd261/index.html|CHES Interactive - Online Course Materials - CTD 261 Textiles]
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[http://www.ches.ua.edu/ctd261/materials.html|CHES Interactive - Online Course Materials - CTD 261 - Course Materials]
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[http://lupus.northern.edu:90/wild/th241/th241.htm|Theatre 241 -- Stagecraft]
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[http://www.n4hccs.org/pilotapps/theatre/StagecraftPG36_38.pdf|Stagecraft Glossary and Notes in PDF]
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[http://www.northern.edu/wild/DanY/DMKUP.HTM|Theatre 391: Stage Makeup]
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[http://alpha.furman.edu/~kgossman/theatre26/|THA 26: Costume Crafts Class]
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'''DVD-ROMS ready-made for teaching Distance Ed Theatre Classes:'''
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[[File:h.t|Theatrical Makeup Design Interactive]]
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[http://www.amazon.com/Theatrical-Makeup-Design-Interactive-Complete/dp/B000NY134A/thecostumersmani|amazon.com Theatrical Makeup Design Interactive Complete Set DVD Tara Maginnis,Kade Mendelowitz]
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[[File:h.t| Theatrical Lighting Design Interactive]]
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[http://www.amazon.com/Theatrical-Lighting-Design-Interactive-N/dp/B000NVI2NI/thecostumersmani|amazon.com Theatrical Lighting Design Interactive DVD N-A,Kade Mendelowitz]
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'''Outside links to Theatre and Art Courses offered by Distance Ed or Online Instruction at Other Institutions:'''
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[http://www.arts.ufl.edu/theatreanddance/THE6525/|THE 6525: HISTORY, LITERATURE, CRITICISM I]
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[http://www.perspicacity.com/elactheatre/school/onlinecourses.htm|East Los Angeles Theatre Arts Education - Online Courses]
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[http://www.rh.cc.ca.us/online/theatre/|Welcome to Theatre Arts Appreciation Online]
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[http://www.fridaycenter.unc.edu/cco/dram15.htm|Carolina Courses Online--Drama 15 Perspectives in Western Drama]
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[http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-904740-10362047|Earn a degree on your own time at University of Phoenix]
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[[File:Www.comImage-904740-10362047]]
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[http://www.collegeinformation.org/uop/landing.html|Adult higher education, adult learning centers, online university classes, web-based education]
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[http://www.open.ac.uk/new/distance-learning.shtml|How does distance learning work at the OU - New to the OU - The Open University]
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[http://www.fridaycenter.unc.edu/cco/dram16.htm|Carolina Courses Online--Drama 16 Perspectives in Theatre]
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[http://www.johnseed.com/modernism.html|Intro to Modernism Online]
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[http://users.rcn.com/ferranti/Syllabus.html|Online Syllabus for COSTUME CONSTRUCTION FOR DANCE ] (Not an online class-syllabus only)
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[http://www2.wcc.cc.il.us/public/th130/index.html|Theatre in America A REFLECTION OF RACE, MINORITIES, AND ETHNICITY]
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[http://www.e-education.ca/main.html|Distance Education, Online Courses & Web Based Education]
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[http://www.geocities.com/jimmysdevoted/Ichimatsu.html|Ichimatsu Japanese Doll Making, Online Course]
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'''Links about
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==Online Education==
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[http://www.geteducated.com/articles/eviltech.htm|Online Educationgeteducated.com]
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[http://www.uvm.edu/~hag/e-class/ott/|Online Tools for Teaching]
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[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/arts-online/?yguid=29766087|Yahoo! Groups : arts-online: Devoted to discussion of the teaching of distance education courses in the arts]
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[http://OnlineCostumeStore.com|OnlineCostumeStore.com]your online source for Halloween Costumes.'''
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[http://www.costumes.org|Home]
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[[Advice1pagesQuestions|Questions]]
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[[Store100pagesSponsorinfo|Sponsorship]]
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[[Store100pagesGiftstore|Buy Books and More]]
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[http://www.uaf.edu/theatre|Theatre UAF]
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[[Classes254pagesTeacherbio|About Me]]
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This Page is part of
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[http://www.costumes.org|The Costumer's Manifesto]by , Ph.D. Copyright 1996-2007. You may print out any of these pages for non-profit educational use such as school papers, teacher handouts, or wall displays.You may link to any page in my site.
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==Product Links==
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[http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0881337625/thecostumersmani|The Magic Garment : Principles of Costume Design]
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[[File:AmazonBooksCostumeconstruction.gif|link=http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1577660757/thecostumersmani| Costume Construction]]  Costume Construction
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[[File:AmazonBooksStagecostumestepbystep.gif|link=http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/155870406X/thecostumersmani| Stage Costume Step-By-Step : The Complete Guide to Designing and Making Stage Costumes for All Major Drama Periods and Genres]]  Stage Costume Step-By-Step : The Complete Guide to Designing and Making Stage Costumes for All Major Drama Periods and Genres
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[[File:AmazonBooksCostdesigntech.jpg|link=http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/082308812X/thecostumersmani| Costume Design : Techniques of Modern Masters]]  Costume Design : Techniques of Modern Masters
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[[File:AmazonBooksPeriodcostforstageandscreen3.gif|link=http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/088734609X/thecostumersmani| Period Costume for Stage & Screen : Patterns for Women's Dress, 1800-1909,]]  Period Costume for Stage & Screen : Patterns for Women's Dress, 1800-1909,
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[http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0486995046/thecostumersmani|120 Great Fashion Designs 1900-1950]
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Revision as of 01:06, 23 January 2014

The UAF Costume Shop Page 2THE UAF COSTUME SHOP

ImagesCostshop09703 04.jpg The Costume Shop is unusually large for an undergraduate-only theatre program. While comparing notes with other costumers in the Northwest Drama Conference (AK, WA, OR, & ID) I found it "tied" with Anchorage as the biggest college shop space (21' x 53' in the main room alone) in the Conference region.

ImagesCostshop09703 13.jpg

ImagesCostshop92916 12.jpg

Lorrainemisc1Pict0030.jpg

ImagesCostshop92916 03.jpg

Like nearly every costume shop, it is in a basement with no windows and cement walls, but in Winter in Fairbanks this is a blessing. You never realize that it's cold and dark outside till you go to get your car. (Boy do you notice it then!)

ImagesCostshop77548 10.jpg

ImagesCostshop92916 05.jpg

One of the main shop disadvantages, a poor ventilation system, we turned to our advantage, by making an all

non-toxic vapor working environment

ImagesCostshop92916 04.jpg

ImagesCostshop09703 12.jpg

We have two full-size (4' x 8') padded cutting tables, and a full and a 2/3's size crafts tables, plus a hot glue table.

ImagesCostshop77548 03.jpg Oh, yes, and we once had a part-time costume shop cat, the estimable

Shoelace.

Costume Shop Equipment

ImagesCostshop77549 08.jpg The shop has a comfortable amount of good, equipment, including 6 Wolf-type dress forms, 3 Bernina sewing machines, an industrial overlock serger, a Consew industrial, an Airbrush and compressor, and a genuine industrial soup cooker dye vat.

ImagesCostshop77549 03.jpg We also have a new commercial washer & drier, provided by a group of community donors.

ImagesCostshop77549 04.jpg (Ain't it a dream?) We also have two nearly new electric-pump industrial steam irons, a newer Thompson portable industrial walking foot, and a barely year old standing steamer wand.

ImagesCostshop1ax mach.jpg We also have a Pentium computer connected to the university T1 ethernet for the shop.

ImagesCostshop1ax bin2.jpg Students working on their own projects have access to our extensive swatch and scrap bin system, where any fabric smaller than a foot square is available for swatches, and any fabric smaller than a yard square is folded into color coded scraps for use in shows and projects.

ImagesCostshop1ax bins.jpg

ImagesCostshopDrawers.jpg

In addition to the main room is:

The Hat Room

The Unisex Bathroom

The Shoe Room

The Men's & Women's Dressing Rooms

Upstairs Storage of Stock

To see all of these

Click Here.

Links to other Costume Shops On the Web

"The Costumer's Manifesto"
by Tara Maginnis