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Friday, March 7 • 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Painting the Gown: Fabric Painting Tips and Tricks

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Panel of costumers talk about fabric painting and dyeing techniques they have used in recent productions.


Carey Hanson

U of Mississippi
Associate professor of Costume Design at the University of Mississippi. Her costume work has covered a wide range of theatre, dance, opera, musical theatre, and theatre for youth. Carey has worked professionally with The Santa Fe Opera, Utah Opera, Utah Festival Opera, Unicorn Children's Theatre, Sundance Summer Theatre, Old Lyric Repertory Company, The Harper Joy Theatre, and Playmill Theatre-Jackson. Carey is the Vice Commissioner of... Read More →
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Sherry L. Harper-McCombs

Resident Costume Designer, Dickinson College
Sherry Harper-McCombs is the Resident Costume Designer at Dickinson College and has been working as a costumer for more years than she cares to think about at this point. She has worked for numerous theatres including Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Media Center for the Performing Arts, the Utah Shakespearean Festival, the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, and Theatre Virginia. She has a particular passion for and interest in craft work and... Read More →
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Heather Hogg

Professor of Theatre and Asst. Director of Costume, University of Richmond
Heather Hogg, is a professor and Assistant Director of Costume at the University of Richmond as well as a professional costumer and dressmaker/tailor for theatre and film. Her work can be seen in movies such as "Killing Lincoln," "Killing Kennedy" and also the AMC series "Turn." In addition to designing and constructing for theatre and dance, Heather has experience with the Reggio Emilia approach to education and an interest in constructivist... Read More →

Mary McClung

Associate Professor of Costume Design, West Virginia University
Mary McClung is the Associate Professor of Costume Design at West Virginia University, School of Theater and Dance. She has designed costumes, puppets, and sets for theatre, video, and television. Companies include Disney, Children’s Television Workshop, Universal Studios, Dallas Children’s Theatre, The Idaho Repertory Theatre and The Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Designs include: As You Like It, The Dining Room, Twelfth Night, The Tempest... Read More →

Friday March 7, 2014 1:00pm - 2:15pm
CC 106 B

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