The University of Fashion’s supportive reach now stretches from coast to coast. This week, we extend a warm welcome to our two newest educational partners, Brooklyn College and Oregon State University. In addition to our geographic expansion, we recently added two new videos to our ever expanding video resource library: 100 Years of Rebels and Revolutionaries: Part 1 and Part 2.
Our entire video library is now available to students seeking a degree in Costume Design through the School of Visual Media and Performing Arts at Brooklyn College. While aspiring costume designers will certainly benefit from the U of F’s garment construction videos, we are particularly excited to offer Brooklyn College students our series of lectures focused on historical movements in fashion such at Wheels, Reels & Automobiles and Keeping Up with the Joneses. To aid costume designers in creating historically on point theatrical productions, we offer videos packed full of historical information and images related to fashion spanning the decades.
100 Years of Rebels and Revolutionaries: Part 1 and Part 2 contain a wonderfully concise history of the most influential movements in fashion taught by fashion historian, Abigail Cucolo and is an outstanding primer for our Oregon State University students who are seeking a degree in Apparel Design through the School of Design and Human Environment. In addition, we are eager to introduce our draping, pattern making and fashion art videos to Oregon State students as tools for review, reinforcement and extension of concepts learned in class.
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