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THEA 257.00 Costume Pattern Development 3 credits

Closed: Size: 20, Registered: 16, Waitlist: 0

Weitz Center 048


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Synonym: 62870

Mary Ann A Kelling

Costume Pattern Development is an in-depth exploration of flat patterning techniques. These techniques will be used to translate a costume or clothing design to a pattern that can be used to create the designed garment. Each student will pattern and create a garment of their own design. Knowledge of sewing is beneficial but not required.

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THEA 320.00 Live Performance and Digital Media 6 credits

Open: Size: 15, Registered: 12, Waitlist: 0

Weitz Center 172 / Weitz Center 133


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Synonym: 61835

Zoe Cinel

We live in a world where the presence of digital technology is ubiquitous. Our reality is augmented by portals that open up universes of undiscovered possibilities for expanding, creating, archiving and documenting art. Yet these media have a physical presence that demands the artist find new ways of negotiating space and time on a stage. This class explores the ways in which digital media shape the everyday and ways in which they relate to performing and performance art in a historical, cultural and technological sense. Students will experiment with processes for incorporating digital technologies into their performances, while engaging in conversations around embodiment, identity and space.

Prerequisite: Any course in Theater Arts, Dance, Cinema and Media Studies, Studio Art, creative writing or musical composition.

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