• Eye contact 

    Chen, Yao (2013-05)
    Eye contact is a research and installation projects about the westernization process of bridal costume from 1900 to 2012 in both China and the Chinese immigrant community in America. The project focuses on the bride’s ...
  • First hand : a mobile digital application for the theatrical costume shop 

    Booker, Carl Joseph (2011-05)
    First Hand began as a singular iPhone application designed to aid in the collection and dissemination of information within a costume shop. The project was created to push the boundaries separating the costuming world ...
  • Good Girl/Bad Girl 

    Aylward, Kaitlyn Marie (2013-05)
    Good Girl/Bad Girl asks women to define the good girls and bad girls in respect to their clothing. Participants are women who live in either New Mexico or Texas and identify as one or more of the following groups: New ...
  • Great American women and their hats : costumes from history 

    Spears, Laura (2013-05)
    Great Women and Their Hats: Costumes From American History, is an artistic installation featuring five women from America's past: Dolley Madison, Elizabeth Keckley, Lucy Burns, Lois "Lipstick" Long, and Zora Neale Hurston. ...
  • Re/connect : an interdisciplinary exploration of wearable technology in devised theatre 

    Weller, Kristen Ann; 0000-0002-4199-2291 (2015-05)
    How can theatrical costumes help develop a narrative about intimacy in a world that is increasingly detaching from physical contact? My thesis explores this question through interactive costumes and the use of Wearable ...
  • Tailoring for the visual learner : the vest 

    Berthelette, Renée C. (2012-05)
    The foundation of Tailoring for the Visual Learner is the exploration of new and creative approaches to preserve, promote, and pass on the art of individually handcrafted menswear for theatre and film. This project ...
  • Thoroughly modern millinery : the creation of a video guide to the art of millinery for performance 

    Taff, Stephanie Larissa (2012-05)
    It is impossible to imagine Sherlock Holmes without his trademark deerstalker, Charlie Chaplin bowler-less, the Cat in the Hat missing his striped top hat. A hat is often a crucial aspect of creating a character, but ...
  • Three hundred and sixty degrees : a celebration of costume technology 

    Robertson, Emily Ann (2015-05)
    Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees: A Celebration of Costume Technology was an immersive theatrical installation piece that integrated physical costume pieces, three hundred and sixty degree projection mapping, digital ...
  • White ladies : defining myself through the language of costume 

    Day, Andrea Jeannine (2016-05)
    As an artist who studies costume, I am fascinated by the way that people represent their personalities through their clothing choices. Clothing creates a sign system that indicates to outsiders details about self-expression, ...