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Unitec Sewing Basics Winter Workshops

Unitec Sewing Basics Winter Workshops – July 2017

Geared towards enrolment for Unitec’s three-year Bachelor in Performing and Screen Arts majoring in Production Design & Management (Clothing Design), these workshops are suitable for school leavers with an interest in working in Fashion or Costume Design for the stage, film and TV. The workshops are held in the school holiday break in July and focus on basic sewing techniques and industrial sewing machine operation and maintenance.

You will get an introduction to the Unitec course and learn from experienced tutors who have over 30 years working in the costume/fashion industry. Cost is $300 (for 4 days), all materials supplied.

Choose your Workshop date:

Workshop 1 – 11-14 July 2017 (9am-3pm)

Workshop 2 – 17-20 July 2017 (9am-3pm)

Venue: Unitec Performing and Screen Arts, Costume Department

Building 6, Entry 1, Carrington Rd, Unitec Mt Albert campus, Auckland

Enrol now: Complete the attached registration form and email to prees@unitec.ac.nz or call (09) 815 4321 ext. 7250

Please share the flyer attached with interested students.

Find out more here! Or on our website.


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