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  • In the fall of 1988, someone who had recently been on vacation in Alaskaobserved in the Costume ...cational guide for the thousands of people who travel to Alaska each year. It would beadvisable for a person with costume interests, before going to the
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  • ...anyway. The best away is to avoid using toxic products in the first place. You can prevent problems by getting into to habit of buying and using alternati ...r as many non-toxic low tech substitutes for toxic products and techniques as I could find. Finding them can be a challenge.
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  • ...ook, the mud and excrement covered shirt from Curse of the Starving Class (1988), artificial excrement is made from equal parts Phlex glue, acrylic paint a ...bric onto the surface. Messy and time consuming, I do not recommend trying it for anything larger than a shoe.
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  • ...sMakeup|Theatre Make-up]], Theatre History andTheatre Appreciation. Served as Alaskan coordinator for UAF's American Russian Theatre ,University of Alaska-Fairbanks''', 1988-89: Costume Design and Construction, TheatreCostume History.
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  • ...ad someone stop to take photos of it while I was in the middle of painting it!
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  • ...as an ordinary hallway in the Fine Arts Complex, built in 1973. Originally it lednot only to the basement of the theatre, but also to a short tunnel that ...tageapron of the Fine Arts Theatre (now renamed the Lee Salisbury Theatre) as seen from thestage.
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  • ...as an ordinary hallway in the Fine Arts Complex, built in 1973. Originally it lednot only to the basement of the theatre, but also to a short tunnel that ...tageapron of the Fine Arts Theatre (now renamed the Lee Salisbury Theatre) as seen from thestage.
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  • ...s point of view, it should be remembered that these films were notdesigned as museum pieces, and yet they still do offer an invaluable extra dimension to ...ostume-wise, with some really sloppy bits in places. As a musical however, it is first rate, despite the seemingly improbable subject matter: The Contine
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  • ...sor, and Theatre Dept. Chair, Dr. Tara Maginnis''' Costumes at Theatre UAF 1988-2001''' 1.Costume worn by UAF graduate Tracy Campbell, as The Gypsy in TheGrand Tarot, UAF Student Drama Association Special Presenta
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  • As You Like It at Theatre UAF (1988) ''' As You Like It (1988)'''
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  • [[Dvc_viking_mascots02Index|DVC Drama Improv Troupe as DVC Vikings]] [[Shows100pagesAyli|As You Like It]] UAF (1988)
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  • ...ly silent movie comedies and the works of Russian Constructivist designers like Lyubov Popova, Sonya Delaunay Telk, and Alexandra Exter inspired our produc [[GalleryimagesAyliIndex|As You Like It]]
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  • ... Student DramaAssociation, 1991-2, 1993-4, 1995-6, 1996-2000, 2002. Served as Alaskancoordinator for UAF's ...-89:'''Costume Design and Construction, and Theatre Costume History. Hired as Costumedesigner and Costume shop manager (now two separate jobs) for a four
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  • ...me seriousness with which they and thejudges often treat this ideal image. As Pam Eldred, Miss America 1970 observed: ...s the real goal and virtue in a pageant. Pageants are seen by these people as groupconsciousness raising sessions that provide support for self-improveme
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  • ...n and other "beauty"contests, have obviously become less sexually-oriented as the years progress, due to thebasically conservative nature of the competit ...seminal modern beauty pageant, not because it was the first beauty contest(it wasn't), but because its format set the standard for virtually all other le
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"The Costumer's Manifesto"
by Tara Maginnis