Thanks for responding and yes I did ask exactly what they meant by costumer designer
and luckily it was exactly what I was thinking it was! I only have two weeks between shows
but I can pull costumes at the same time I'm costuming Joseph so it works out. I'm excited
about making more contacts.
-- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com
, Sylvia Rognstad <sylvia@...> wrote:
> You need to find out what it means to the people that are hiring you.
> Does it mean you are expected to do all the designing and constructing
> on your own or do you have help? Every workplace is different and
> these are questions you need to ask and don't feel shy about asking
> them. Being a designer means different things depending on the
> situation. Congrats on getting the job!
> On Feb 1, 2008, at 5:28 AM, gsbse1 wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I may be doing the costumes for Anything Goes and the one thing that
> > worries me is the
> > sailor uniforms does anyone know either a good resources for
> > purchasing them or a pattern
> > to sew them.
> > This is the first time I'll be working for another school and I'm a
> > little in the dark about what
> > my responsabilities will be and I'm trying to get answers.
> > When you are asked to be the costume designer what do you interpet
> > that to mean.
> > I've only ever worked for one school so this is a little new to me.
> > thanks
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