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  • ...class materials up online for other teachers to use, link to, or print out for their own classes. '''THIS IS NOT AN ACTIVE UAF COURSE-USE ONLY FOR INSPIRATION'''
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  • ... Costume Design & Construction '''Focusing on the actor: Rendering for "On The Harm of Tobacco" (5D)''' ...sign is primarily (although not exclusively) concerned with supporting the actor in his/her interpretation of character.
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: ADVANCED COSTUME DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION '''This is a ...orsetry, or painting and dyeing, as demand warrants. May be repeated twice for credit. '''Prerequisites''': THR F254 or permission of instructor. '''CRN:'
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: 2004 Fall THR F254 F01 CostumeDesign/Construction I ' ...ara Maginnis3''' Introduction to theory and practice of costume design for the theatre, methods used to make costumes out of a variety of media. Projects
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