Costume Design

Ages
Grades 3–5
Date
Every Sun, Sep 8–Oct 27 | 10am–noon
Cost
$425 members | $500 non-members
Location
Learning Center

Creating a character involves representing their personality through their clothing. In Walt Disney’s Cinderella (1950), we see her dress transform from literal rags to a beautiful ball gown, a symbolic representation of her character’s prevailing inner beauty. Join us in this eight-week class in which we explore character design and what it means to represent oneself inside and out. Using shape language, silhouette, and historical reference, you will experiment with drawing costumes to suit a variety of characters, emphasizing their purpose and personas.

On-Sale Dates & Information

Tickets for Q3 2019 programs will be available as follows:

  • Walt’s Circle Donors: Purchase tickets beginning Friday, May 3 at noon by calling 415.345.6829 or emailing membership@wdfmuseum.org
  • Supporter and Friend-level members: Purchase tickets beginning Monday, May 6 at noon, by calling 415.345.6829 or emailing membership@wdfmuseum.org
  • All member levels: Purchase tickets online or at the Ticket Desk beginning Wednesday, May 8 at noon
  • Public (non-members): Remaining tickets available online or at the ticket desk beginning Friday, May 10 at noon

To receive priority access to purchase tickets, you may upgrade your membership. Membership dues and Walt's Circle donations may be paid as monthly installments or as a one-time annual payment. For more information, please call the Membership Department at 415.345.6810.

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