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London College of Fashion BA Hons Make Up and Prosthetics for Performance

Study Level: Higher Education Study Mode: Full Time Course Length: 3 years Start Date: September Application Deadline: UCAS 15th January University Code: U65 Course code: W452 Portfolio Required? Yes Course Leader: Dee Redd Director of Programmes: Jessica Bugg Course Location: Lime Grove What will I be doing? The idea of the performer and of performance is central to the course. It is developed through the study of the shared specialist language of the text, script, scenario and libretto etc. This holistic approach culminates in a final year theatre production, staged in a professional environment, with a professional creative team and working with a cast. The ability to develop and interpret design is enriched by the provision of an analytical and critical framework, through which the performing arts and media can be understood. Research and analytical skills are also developed through Cultural and Historical Studies units. Collaborative design projects between the three Performance courses (Technical Effects for Performance and Costume Design for Performance) encourage you to push creative and technical boundaries, while also developing team-working skills, which are an essential professional asset to working within the industry. The course also strives to give you the ability to gain an understanding of professional project management and supervisory roles within the industry. The course benefits from the contribution of practitioners from the industry both in terms of the course team and visiting lecturers and speakers. This is an important factor in maintaining the industrial up-to-the-minute relevance of the course. It also facilitates links for work placements and industry sponsored projects. At the end of the course you will be able to apply specialised learning to all areas of the performing arts, including film, television and theatre. Although the course aims to give you a...