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This course provides experience of the many aspects of make-up and special effects within performance, film and television. In addition to developing your specialist skills within a creative [+]
BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Make-Up for Media & Performance
This course provides experience of the many aspects of make-up and special effects within performance, film and television. In addition to developing your specialist skills within a creative community of artists and practitioners, you will study the historical and contemporary contexts relevant to the work of today’s make-up artist.The course will mix live, practical, theoretical and work-based learning and provides opportunities to work with students studying acting, film production, costume and modelmaking on ‘live’ collaborative projects. The course includes make-up and hair design for historical and contemporary drama, special effects and prosthetic make-up for film and television, and theatrical make up for performance including ballet, opera, music and dance.... [-]