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Friday, March 7 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Hands-On Design: Creating Found-Object 'Costumes'

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Understand and learn the principles of design by creating found-object "costumes" using simple but unconventional materials. This is a hands-on workshop.

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Stacey Galloway

Assistant Professor of Costume Technology/Design, U of Florida
Stacey Galloway is Associate Professor of Costume Technology/Design at University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance. She has worked as a costume designer, assistant, technician and shop manager at theatres such as Playwright’s Horizons, New York Theatre Workshop, McCarter Theatre, Yale Repertory and Long Wharf Theatre. Stacey is a member of USA Local 829 and received her MFA in Costume Design from West Virginia University.
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Robin McGee

University of Florida
Robin L. McGee is a working designer and educator. Robin worked as a designer and an associate designer in New York City for 18 years before moving to Florida to teach at the University of Florida. She has designed for Broadway, Off Broadway, Regional theatre, Regional Opera, Dance ,Circus and Theme parks. She recently designed “Dial M for Murder” at the Maltz Jupiter theatre.


Friday March 7, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
CC 106 A

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