Directories
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Operator: 410-543-6000

Yarmo, Leslie

Costume Designer, Theatre and Dance
Fulton Hall (FH) 105A
410-677-5435 or ext 75435
ltyarmosalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • THEA 125-004 THEATRE PRACTICUM
    Provides supervised experience in theatre production and performance topics. May be repeated for a total of eight credit hours; only two hours may count towards Design and Production or Performance tracks. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. (P/F). One hour per week.
  • THEA 126-001 COSTUMING & THEATRE CRAFTS
    Provides an introduction to costumes for the stage through the application of design prinicples and costume construction techniques, including machine and hand sewing, flat patterning, and draping and fiber technology. Students furnish their own materials. Three hours lecture, two hours studio per week.
  • THEA 126-011 COSTUMING & THEATRE CRAFTS
    Provides an introduction to costumes for the stage through the application of design prinicples and costume construction techniques, including machine and hand sewing, flat patterning, and draping and fiber technology. Students furnish their own materials. Three hours lecture, two hours studio per week.
  • THEA 126-012 COSTUMING & THEATRE CRAFTS
    Provides an introduction to costumes for the stage through the application of design prinicples and costume construction techniques, including machine and hand sewing, flat patterning, and draping and fiber technology. Students furnish their own materials. Three hours lecture, two hours studio per week.
  • THEA 490-001 SEMINAR IN THEATRE
    Intensive study of a slected topic in Theatre. May be taken twice under different subtitles. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Six hours per week.
  • THEA 492-002 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN THEA
    Direceted study of a theatre or theatre-related topic. May be taken twice under different subtitles for a total of eight hours; only four hours may count toward upper-level degree requirement. Prerequisites: Junior standing, 3.0 major GPA, proposal and permission of instructor and department chair during program planning. Four hours per week.
  • THEA 492-005 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN THEA
    Direceted study of a theatre or theatre-related topic. May be taken twice under different subtitles for a total of eight hours; only four hours may count toward upper-level degree requirement. Prerequisites: Junior standing, 3.0 major GPA, proposal and permission of instructor and department chair during program planning. Four hours per week.

2015 Winter

  • THEA 399-901 INTERNATIONAL STUDY IN THEA
    Examines theatre through travel and study in an international setting. Pre-tour lectures and other activities required. May be taken twice under different subtitles for a total of eight hours; only four hours may count toward upper-level degree requirement. Four hours per week.

2015 Spring

  • IDIS 435-001 INTERDIS RESEARCH SEMINAR
    Upper-level interdisciplinary course focused on a seminar topic. Leads to the in-depth integration of the students' work in a broad range of environments in relation to the topic. Prerequisite: IDIS 335 or permission of instructor. Students who have taken IDIS 330 may not take IDIS 435. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • THEA 125-003 THEATRE PRACTICUM
    Provides supervised experience in theatre production and performance topics. May be repeated for a total of eight credit hours; only two hours may count towards Design and Production or Performance tracks. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. (P/F). One hour per week.
  • THEA 126-010 COSTUMING & THEATRE CRAFTS
    Provides an introduction to costumes for the stage through the application of design prinicples and costume construction techniques, including machine and hand sewing, flat patterning, and draping and fiber technology. Students furnish their own materials. Three hours lecture, two hours studio per week.
  • THEA 126-011 COSTUMING & THEATRE CRAFTS
    Provides an introduction to costumes for the stage through the application of design prinicples and costume construction techniques, including machine and hand sewing, flat patterning, and draping and fiber technology. Students furnish their own materials. Three hours lecture, two hours studio per week.
  • THEA 126-013 COSTUMING & THEATRE CRAFTS
    Provides an introduction to costumes for the stage through the application of design prinicples and costume construction techniques, including machine and hand sewing, flat patterning, and draping and fiber technology. Students furnish their own materials. Three hours lecture, two hours studio per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Creative Works

Yarmo, L. (2013). Historical costume consultant for Virtual Hadrian's Villa Project. Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies of Washington, D.C., Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts at Ball State University, and Virtual World Heritage Laboratory at Indiana University.

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