The Bus Stop Theatre Co-op Trade School
In this 4-hour hands-on workshop, participants will learn introductory sewing skills that are transferable to many applications in theatre. Participants will make a ‘japanese style utility apron’ or a tote bag, according to their choice. We will also go over tips and tricks for common repairs and maintenance, embellishments and breakdown.
BRING YOUR OWN FABRIC: 1.5 meters of 45” wide non-stretch fabric. Suitable fabrics are cotton, polycotton blend, denim, canvas, twill, linen. An old curtain will probably work well. Nothing stretchy, slippery, super shiny, with sequence glued on, fuzzy or furry.
OR: Pay an extra $5 and you can pick from Leesa’s supply!
PLEASE NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP IS OFFERED AT A DIFFERENT VENUE!
Location: NSCAD Fashion Studio, NSCAD; 5163 Duke Street (Corner of Duke and Granville Streets). You will be met inside the main entrance.
**Please wear shoes with a closed toe and heel (university safety policy).
This workshop is one-half of a 2-part workshop with Leesa Hamilton.
You may also be interested in Introduction to Working With a Costume Designer with Leesa Hamilton.
Coop members: $10 each, or $15 for both workshops
Non-members: $20 each, or $30 for both workshops
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If you want to attend, yet cost is an issue, please email info@thebusstoptheatr
SPACE IS LIMITED, and will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis, so continue your registration now!
This workshop is presented as part of the Bus Stop Theatre Co-op Trade School. Stay tuned for more monthly workshops coming up!
The Bus Stop Theatre Co-op Trade School receives support from the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.