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Course Code:
DL829
Title:
Design for Stage and Screen (Costume Design)
College:
Dun Laoghaire IADT
Qualification:
Level on the National Framework of Qualifications
Duration:
4 Years

 

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Designing for the stage or screen is a highly creative discipline which involves many different skills: design, research, creativity, problem-solving and technical insight in realising the visual world of the performance.

A unique course in Ireland where you will learn the process of designing for Stage and Screen.



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You may work as a freelance independent designer/craftsperson in Theatre, Film and Video productions in the entertainment, media and cultural industries. Or you could establish an independent business unit.
You could establish a career as a Set Designer, (Trainee/Assistant) Art Director, Production Designer, Wardrobe Assistant, Wardrobe Mistress/Master, (Trainee/Assistant) Costume Designer, Make-up Assistant/Supervisor, (Trainee/Assistant) Make-up Artist, Set Dresser, and Props Buyer.

 

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