TMA 362

Costume Design.

Theatre and Media Arts College of Fine Arts and Communications

Course Description

Comprehensive course in costume design for stage and screen; renderings; costume theory; script research; costume paperwork; collaboration techniques; preparation for work as assistant and/or full designer positions in departmental productions.

When Taught

Fall

Grade Rule

Grade Rule 8: A, B, C, D, E, I (Standard grade rule)

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

6

Fixed

0

Other Prerequisites

Or instructor's consent.

Recommended

TMA 462 or concurrent enrollment

Title

Concept and Approach

Learning Outcome

Students will apply script analysis and the use of a director's concept in the creation of an effective costume design for a production.

Title

Portfolio

Learning Outcome

Students will produce effective visual materials for personal portfolios and demonstrate an ability to constructively critique other designers.

Title

Professional Skills

Learning Outcome

Students will demonstrate professional costume-rendering and graphic skills in figure proportions, stance, and fabric representation.

Title

Communication and Collaboration

Learning Outcome

Students will demonstrate collaborative communication verbally, in visual presentation, and through costume rendering as preparation for costume design assignments in the Department of Theatre & Media Arts.