Our unique programme teaches costume making and design. Our curriculum includes life drawing, textiles, millinery, set design, model making and puppetry. You will be encouraged to be an innovative, individual and adaptable designer and maker. Our programme is highly respected by the industry, demonstrated by our impressive graduate employment rates. Performance costume designers' ideas can respond to the written and spoken word, music, movement, location or historic period through concept, colour, cut and texture. You will learn to become skilled at producing accurate recreations of costume as well as expressing imaginative flair. Performance costume crosses a range of art forms including theatre, dance, opera, television, film, performance art, music video and installation. We encourage innovative and individual creative responses while balancing a strong craft and technical expertise. We have many links with the film and stage industry providing invaluable work experience for students while you study, giving you the best chance of employment on graduation. Integrated with the practical studio work, Design & Screen Cultures courses provide a contextual and theoretical understanding of the holistic nature of contemporary design. We aim to develop cross-disciplinary methods and approaches to people and culture that equip you to design excellence into people's lives. This is about both designing artefacts and understanding the world around us. Our design vision and ideas lie within a global framework of design and how people wish to live their lives. We encourage you to articulate innovative and sustainable creative visions and identities. We educate problem-solvers and opportunity-seekers. Our graduates will become designers, thinkers and makers who will positively shape the world.