The Society of British Theatre Designers

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Foundation Courses:
University Course Information
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

1-2 Downside Road,
Clifton,
Bristol
BS8 2XF

Phone: +44 (0)117 973 3535
Email: enquiries@oldvic.ac.uk

Two year Costume for Theatre, Television and Film (FdA) (+ BA Hons top up)

This is an intensive vocational and highly practical course for four students per year covering all aspects of costume work. This includes pattern-cutting, costume making, costume supervision, dyeing, millinery, corset making, history of costume, hiring and buying to budget, wig care, basic make-up and all organisational aspects of the work. The students work to given designs, drafting, fixing and making for and dressing all School’s public productions and TV shoots which number between twelve and fourteen per year.

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Wimbledon College of Art

Merton Hall Road,
London
SW19 3QA

Phone: +44 (0)20 7514 9641
Email: info@wimbledon.arts.ac.uk

Foundation Diploma in Art & Design

Our Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, based at Camberwell, gives students the chance to experience different art and design disciplines, as well as building a portfolio that will help any application to their favoured BA course within University of the Arts London and beyond.

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Scenehouse

3 Craigs Road
Corstorphine
Edinburgh
EH12 8EH

Phone: +44 (0) 7711049946
Email: scenehouse@scenehouse.co.uk

Scenehouse

Foundation Courses: Scenehouse is an international design school located in Edinburgh.  Scenehouse INTRO is aimed at participants from a wide range of related disciplines who want to find out if designing for  performance is the career path for them.   This intense, but enjoyable, 4 – 5 day course is delivered by practising designers and will include a visiting director. Students will create a scale model box for a pre arranged text, and will also be given presentations and hand outs. The course gives students a packed and dynamic learning experience that fuses core theatre design skills with creative insights from working practitioners.  The INTRO course is also ideal for students who would like to work on their creative approach to 3d design – or explore model making in a theatrical context.

DATES

Scenehouse MAKE  – June 27th – July 8th

Scenehouse DESIGN 1 – July 11th – July 22nd

Scenehouse DESIGN 2 – July 25th – August 5th

Scenehouse PAINT – July 9th, 10th, 23rd and 24th

We have an earlybird discount of 20% operating up until the end of April 2016.  SBTD members receive a 10% discount on classes.

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