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what schools on east coast offer theatre design, costume design, special effects, etc

janbeachjanbeach 8 replies15 threads New Member
edited January 2010 in Theater/Drama Majors
are there any colleges with good fine arts that also have programs relating to film and theatre courses?
edited January 2010
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  • ChedvaChedva 18947 replies11738 threads Senior Member
    Ithaca College in Ithaca NY is well known for it; UConn; Rhode Island School of Design does, I believe; Mass. College of Liberal Arts.
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  • AllisonWesAllisonWes 35 replies7 threads Junior Member
    Try looking at Carnegie Mellon (no film), Boston University (I have a costume designer friend there), NYU, Emerson (has film and costume), SUNY Purchase..that is to name a few. PM me if you want to hear more. I am a set design major so I can tell you some more in depth stuff if you want.
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  • TheatreboundTheatrebound 2 replies0 threads New Member
    As a Set Design Major what types of jobs are out there for you when you graduate? What are are the top employers for set design majors?
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  • theater momtheater mom 526 replies9 threads Member
    Take a look at Careers in Technical Theater by Mike Lawler. He has a website, too. This may answer a lot of your questions.
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