What will I learn?

This course focuses on the design and manufacture of props for theatre, TV, film, display and entertainment industries. Current students come from a wide range of creative and academic backgrounds but all share a joint passion for design and making. The course explores a wide range of creative techniques such as wood and metal work, sculpting, moulding and casting, decorative finishes, model making and soft props/puppetry, to create a broad creative skill set that will support your development as a prop maker. On the course you can expect to work individually and in teams. The course includes opportunities to work on productions in our own theatre. Factilities include machine tools, plaster room, laser cutting and 3D printing. The course is highly industry focused and many of the projects are collaborations with professional clients. Throughout the course you are prepared for industry through work placements and portfolio development to ensure you are an industry-ready practitioner. **For a detailed course description, please click the button under 'Course contact details' in the bottom right of this page.**

Which department am I in?

Theatre and Performing Arts

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
Information not available
Start date

September 2022

Venue

Northbrook MET West Durrington Campus

Littlehampton Road,

Worthing,

West Sussex,

BN12 6NU, England

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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