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The Art of Deception: Theatrical Makeup
A major element of theatre production is the visual presentation of the characters envisioned. In a series of videos, University of Portland Performing and Fine Arts faculty member Jill Hoddick presents the basics on applying theatrical makeup and techniques for specific scenarios and character types.
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Berg Fashion Library
Search the full text of The Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, e-books, color images, journal articles, and more.
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CAMIO—Catalog of Art Museum Images Online
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A collection of web sites with images and information about costume in different time periods. Some parts of the site require a subscription.
Motley Collection of Theatre & Costume Design
Find images of costumes designed by The Motley Group for plays performed in London and on Broadway from 1932 to 1976.