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The workshop was part of the AUB Human series of events that aim to inspire and challenge students to consider their own obligation towards social, ethical and sustainable practices.
What if Superheroes were around in Shakespearean times?
The BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design course has transformed DC Comic superheroes such as Batman, The Joker and Catwoman and reimagined them as Shakespearean characters in full Jacobean costume complete with ruffs, patterned silks and ornate cuffs and collars. The project is to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death on 23rd April 2016 and to celebrate the release of two DC movies this year – Batman v Superman in March and Suicide Squad in August.
Students from multiple courses have come together to collaborate on a short film.
Three minutes. 300 Years. Cinderella like you’ve never seen her before.
Students and staff from BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design and BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance have collaborated to produce a short film that showcases almost one hundred costumes, spanning three centuries.
The Orb project was developed by a range of professionals and academics, from varying backgrounds and disciplines. Its concept was conceived through practical engagements of prototypes and discussions. The scope and application of the project are still in active discussion, as new collaborations and interpretations assist in the future of Orb dialog and development.
1st Year Costume and Make-up students have created a1950’s inspired video for The BeauBowBelles.
F.A.T. is a fashion, architecture and textiles course collaboration.
The week–long collaborative research brief encourages design communication between all three disciplines, opening the door for more informal and personalised creative happenings later on in their courses. The brief is open ended and allows for the exchange of knowledge to flow without restriction, take a look at how they resolved the weeks experience.
A collaboration from our BA(Hons) Costume with Performance Design degree. Costumes designed by Frances Tempest, Directed by Gareth Corke.