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Qualification name Non regulated Community Learning provision, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design
Qualification level X
Awarding organisation Generic award - no awarding body
Course type Classroom based
Course hours Part-time
Course start date 19th January 2023
Cost £305.00
Attendance pattern Daytime

Discover the learning experience and opportunities you can expect from this course.

This course will provide you with an introduction and overview of the process of costume design. The emphasis is on analysing character to begin to develop a portfolio of costume designs to effectively communicate ideas to an audience. You will leave, with an insight into the role of Costume designer & a body of portfolio project work reflecting the costume design process. All are welcome, however previous drawing and or garment making experience is helpful. This course is suitable for a range of learners including those wanting to try costume design as a hobby/interest, those wishing to develop and extend existing creative skills. It is also suitable for those wishing to extend an existing portfolio for application to higher education courses in Costume design for film & Theatre.

Find out what qualifications and skills you will need for this course.

All are welcome, however previous drawing and or garment making experience is helpful. This course is suitable for a range of learners including those wanting to try costume design as a hobby/interest, those wishing to develop and extend existing creative skills. It is also suitable for those wishing to extend an existing portfolio for application to higher education courses in Costume design for film & Theatre. Students must be able to read, write and understand fluent English.

View the key features of this course.

1. Gather historical research to develop and communicate ideas through 2D story boards and costume designs 2. Analyse a script for character interpretation 3. Gain an understanding of the role and responsibilities of the costume designer 4. 5.

Understand how the course will be delivered.

Mode of delivery: In-Centre. Activities: Teaching is both as a whole class and on an individual one to one basis, using, demonstrations, videos, examples, samples, handouts and any other support materials where appropriate. Assessment methods: Achievement on your course will be measured by whether you meet the above learning outcomes. At the start of the course you will have an opportunity to discuss these with your tutor and set your own personal targets, linked to the learning outcomes and fut

Find out what material you will need.

- sketchbook - paper scissors, masking tape, Pritt stick. -A4 ring binder - notepad, pens, pencils, sharpener and eraser, -fine liner pens .You will need to photocopy/print images at College or at home to create storyboards /resear

You can continue to attend further terms of Costume Design and Making to increase your experience, level of ability and knowledge of period. We have a wide range of other specialist courses which may be of interest. Please consult the course guide or https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/subject-areas/fashion-millinery-textiles/ You may want to try one of the following: Make Your Own Corset, Fashion Evolution & Inspiration ,Contemporary Embellishment: Beading, Fashion Evolution & Inspiration

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Name Morley College London Waterloo Centre
Address 61 Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7HT
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Website https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/waterloo-centre/
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