Introduction to Production Arts Year 12 Applicant Submission

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1. Digital Portfolio brief : 

We would like you to create a digital portfolio that showcases your work, to supports your application.

We suggest you use a simple program such as powerpoint to make your digital portfolio.

 We would like to see approximately 10 pieces of work which might include:

  • work on shows;
  • your own costume designs;
  • set designs;
  • makeup looks;
  • lighting ideas;
  • photography;
  • DT;
  • artwork;
  • sketchbook work etc.  

Please include your full name at the front of your portfolio slideshow

2. Project brief :

For this project, you will be making your own prop food.

Introduction into Prop Making

“A prop, formally known as property, is an object used on stage or screen by actors during a performance or screen production. In practical terms, a prop is considered to be anything movable or portable on a stage or a set, distinct from the actors, scenery, costumes, and electrical equipment” Wikipedia

Props are a very important part of performance.

 

The project is in three parts

  1. make the prop
  2. document the process
  3. evaluate your prop

Open the step by step guide below to aid you with the make, but feel free to experiment if you wish.

All files must be received by midnight on Friday 26th February

 

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