Introduction to Set and Costume Design

This weekend short study introduces the basic elements of set and costume design for theatre.

Date: 16 February 2019, 10:00 — 17 February 2019, 17:00

This weekend short study introduces the basic elements of set and costume design for theatre, exploring its role and function within a production.

The course will explore approaches to design research and development as well as an introduction to the tools required for the creation of a model box.

Students will also develop an overview of the role of the set and costume designer and gain an insight into this unique production role.

This is a hands-on, practical course and you will be expected to participate in all the practical projects, both individually and working with others on the course.

You will be given a condensed version of the design process that full-time students at the Royal Conservatoire experience and you will progress through structured stages of set and costume design, including:

text analysis

concept development

research processes

development of ideas

communication of set designs

communication of costume designs

additional references

Throughout this course you will also learn how the set and costume strand of the BA Production Arts and Design at the Royal Conservatoire prepares students to become professional set and costume designers.

Dates: 16 February 2019 - 17 February 2019

Time: 10am–5pm

Cost: £150

Location

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland : The Wallace Studios at Speirs Locks 210 Garscube Road Glasgow G4 9RR

Contact details
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0141 2708 213
https://www.rcs.ac.uk/lifelong-learning/introduction-to-set-design/