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  • ...XIC CRAFTS COOKBOOK '''(This article originally appeared in Theatre Design and Technology in 1994.) ...y getting into to habit of buying and using alternative non toxic products and by refusing to use dangerous materials when safe ones are available.
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  • ...ww.stagejewellery.com/index.htm Miniature Shoe Stage Jewellery for Theatre and Shows] ...g/@160x120.jpg [http://www.blackdogdesigns.org/ Black Dog Designs - Ballet and Bridal Tiaras]
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  • H. Russell Robinson, The Armor of Imperial Rome,1967,Arms and Armor Press, Lionel Levinthal Ltd. 2-6 Hampstead High Street, London, NW3 1 Anthony M. Snodgrass, Arms and Armor of the Greeks, Arms and Armor Press, Lionel Levinthal Ltd. 2-6 Hampstead High Street, London, NW3 1
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  • ...ruction Class at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Since I have left UAF and this class is no longer offered, I am leaving these class materials up onli ...de you can choose the assignments that will best fill your learning needs, and best patch up those gaps. The amounts of credits available with each projec
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  • ...ifesto Costume Design & Construction '''Making your Own 18th Century Men's Wigs Project (20C)''' ...have us make ones for the gentlemen and Azolan out of old wiglets of human hair. Here is how we did it:
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  • ...lots of soft comfortable hats of various types. I then sewed the strips of hair to the inside of each hat, like this: ...look like normal hair, but one doesn't have all that itchy wig cap and hot hair to deal with.
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  • ...t The Costumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction I '''Extensions & Hair Rolls Project (10C)''' ...y best to find a way to work with the actor's real hair using either pads, hair extensions or both. Below are a few examples of these that we used for
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  • ...ery satisfying, since they tend to transform the body totally, in very fun and impressive ways. ...ow to make a sphere Get a hula hoop and 1/2 carpet foam cool melt hot glue and duct tape. If you have a dual temp gun make sure it is on low. Otherwise be
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  • ... Cheap "Witch" Wigs into Good Japanese Styles for "The Mikado", "Rashomon" and Other Plays (3D+10C)''' ...ee in Anime and Samurai movies, and figured I could do the same with witch wigs for our production of
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  • ...to Costume Design & Construction '''Beauty School Dropouts & Other Painted Wigs (5D+10C)''' ...rspray to make them stand on end, or hold their shape with no maintenance, and best of all, you can paint them, all without sacrificing a good wig.
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  • ...ON '''This is an Old Syllabus - This Does NOT reflect current UAF courses, and I no longer work at UAF. This is only kept online to help new teachers who Advanced Topics in Costume Design and Construction
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  • ... I '''This is an Old Syllabus - This Does NOT reflect current UAF courses, and I no longer work at UAF. This is only kept online to help new teachers who ... variety of media. Projects include simple hat making, mask making, sewing and related costume crafts. '''CRN:''' 75369
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  • ...us '''This is an Old Syllabus - This Does NOT reflect current UAF courses, and I no longer work at UAF. This is only kept online to help new teachers who '''Theatre 355 THE HISTORY OF FASHION AND DRESS (Face to Face Version)'''
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  • Read the online "lecture" on dress in the 17th Century below and click on any links that interest you. You are not required to read all the ...tionality and class that had been broadened by the wars of the Reformation and by the "enclosure movement" (aka the early part of the Agricultural Revolut
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  • Read the online "lecture" on dress in the 18th Century below and click on any links that interest you. You are not required to read all the The Rococo period was marked stylistically by the same convoluted detail and elaborate decoration which characterized the Baroque period immediately pre
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  • The French Revolution and Empire Periods'''Week 7: French Revolution and Empire PeriodsStep 1:'''
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  • Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome '''Week #2 Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome'''
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  • '''This is an Old Syllabus - This Does NOT reflect current UAF courses, and I no longer work at UAF. This is only kept online to help new teachers who '''Instructor:'''Tara MaginnisTara@costumes.org I may be found 1-4:30 M, and 1-5 Tu, Th, F in the Costume Shop, THEA 107 or in my office THEA 105, with
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  • [[ClassesMakeupclassOldkits4| Complete and unused white female Max Factor theatrical "student" kit in original box (19 [[ClassesMakeupclassOldkits5| Assorted old theatrical makeup supplies and boxes.]]'''Page 6:'''
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  • ...hecostumersmani| Masking and Madness: Mardi Gras in New Orleans]] Masking and Madness: Mardi Gras in New Orleans ...ign and Technique of Theatrical Makeup]] The Face Is a Canvas : The Design and Technique of Theatrical Makeup
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"The Costumer's Manifesto"
by Tara Maginnis