Course covers techniques in making props, organisational and managerial skills and how to control a budget; training provides skills required to take on role of property maker on Academy's public productions, where students work with professional directors and designers; at the end of the course all students show their work in a graduating exhibition attended by industry based professionals.
Stage carpentry; practical sessions in fibreglass, woodturning, furniture making and upholstery; fake food preparation; technical and perspective drawing; visits to prop hire companies; polystyrene carving; welding; shell mould project; rubber mould techniques; up to 6 weeks professional attachment.
Course Additional Entry
1st degree in art or related subject; other subject areas considered as well as other relevant practical or professional experience; all applicants interviewed when portfolio of work required.
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