The Costume Research Journal: A Quarterly Devoted to Costume and Dress 12
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Deborah Bell a professor at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, has designed costumes for musicals, opera, and theatre productions for over twenty-five years. Her most recent off-campus designs were seen at Seaside Music Theatre, University of Alabama-Birmingham, TheatreFest, Western Stage, and Colorado Shakespeare Festival. A member of United Scenic Artists, she has exhibited in Italy, Czechoslovakia, and several cities in the United States. She has lectured at universities in Korea, Japan, and Italy, and the United States. She has served as a Director-at-Large and Education Commissioner for USITT and she received the Southeast USITT Founders� Award for Outstanding Educator in 1998.
'''Alexandra Bonds' is the Professor of Costume Design at the University of Oregon. She first traveled to Beijing in 1985 and has returned four times since then. With support from a USITT Fellowship Award, she traveled to Beijing in the fall of 2001 to research the costumes of Beijing opera.
Cutting for All! : The Sartorial Arts, Related Crafts, and the Commercial Paper Pattern : A Bibliographic Reference Guide for Designers, Technicians, | width="440" align="left" valign="top" | | Tara Maginnis is the costume designer and and Chair of the 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.
Wanda Strukus is a designer of masks, puppets, performing objects, and special effects. She is a a PhD candidate in Drama and Dance at Tufts University, and this paper is an excerpt from her dissertation, "Unidentified Performing Objects: Perception, Phenomenology, and the Object as Actor."
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