Theatre Arts 123 is a course in the history, design, and construction of costumes for the stage. This course includes an exploration of historical practices, the planning for and the buying of suitable materials, design and color schemes, the design and construction of costumes and accessories, arrangement, and maintenance of the costume wardrobe. Students in this course design and make costumes for school dramatic programs
Note: Students in this course are expected to be available for additional hours to work on costumes for theatrical productions..
Lecture/Demonstration Units: 2.0
Laboratory Units: 1.0
Student Learning Outcomes:
Analyze the effect of historical and cultural factors on costume designs of various periods.
Apply knowledge of costume history and production planning by designing costumes for a play.
Define general costume terminology.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC
T ART 123 Course Outline