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Curriculum Vitae
Colleen L Muscha
January 20, 2016

General Information
University address: School of Theatre
College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance
Fine Arts Building 0325
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1160
Phone: (850) 644-6758; Fax: (850) 644-7246

E-mail address: cmuscha@fsu.edu


Web site: www.colleenmuscha.com

Professional Preparation
1978 M.F.A., Southern Methodist University. Major: Theatre - Costume and Scenic Design. Costume Design and Costume History. Supervisor: Wm. Edkart.
Muscha, Colleen. (1978). The Three Penny Opera. Costume Design, Southern Methodist University.
1975 B.F.A., Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, WI. Major: Fine Arts.
1970 B.A., Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, WI. Major: Art Education K-12. National Honor Society - Tau Nu Chi Art Honor Society.

Nondegree Education and Training
2015–present Tambour Embroidery and Beading Workshop.
2015–present Parasols: History and Construction Workshop.
2013 Wearable Technology USITT Costume Symposium, Rochester, NY Rochester Institute of Technology.
2009 Creative Creature, USITT Costume Symposium, Athens, OH.
2009 Creative Creature, USITT Costume Symposium, Athens, OH.
2008 Costumes on Location.
2007 Latex Mask Making Workshop with artists from The Theatre Maskery, Florida State University.
2007 Corset Making Workshop with Jeff Lieder, Florida State University.
2002 Venetian Leather Mask Making Workshop with Prop Artist Thurston James, New Orleans, LA.
2001 Casting and Mold Making Techniques Workshop with Prop Artist Thurston James, Long Beach, CA.
1999 Chemical Treatments for Hand Woven Fabric, Penland School of Crafts, Ashland, NC.
1997 50 Years of British Fashion, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England.
1997 Fan Making Workshop, The Fan Museum, Greenwich, England.
1997 Museum of Costume in Bath, England, Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Palais Gallery -- The Belle Epoch in Paris.
1996 Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Bath Museum of Costume, Bath, England; and Manchester English Gallery of Costume, Manchester England.
1986 Fabric Modification Workshop and Seminar, Seattle, WA.
1985 Draping and Patterning for Fashion, Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), New York, NY.

Professional Credential(s)
1979–present United Scenic Artists (USA) Local 829 Costume Designer.

Professional Experience
2005–present Don Stowell Jr. Professor of Costume Design, School of Theatre, Florida State University.
1989–present Director of M.F.A. Costume Design Program, School of Theatre, Florida State University. Oversee the recruitment of costume graduate students, Development of curriculum for program, Oversee the student costume designs for all FSU School of Theatre productions, Teach core classes in costume design, rendering and costume history, and Design School of Theatre productions as needed.
1981–present Professional Costume Designer, Free Lance. Design Costumes for Professional Theatres as contracted: design process includes script and character analysis, costume research, rendering of costume designs, communication and working with director and costume staff, oversee purchase of all fabrics and garments, actor fittings, organization charts and plots, and dress rehearsals.
1999–2004 Professor of Costume Design and History, School of Theatre, Florida State University. Director of M.F.A. Costume Design Program: Oversee the recruitment of costume graduate students, Development of curriculum for program, Oversee the student costume designs for all FSU School of Theatre productions, Teach core classes in costume design, rendering and costume history, and Designed one or more productions per year.
1989–1999 Associate Professor of Costume Design and History, School of Theatre, Florida State University. Director of M.F.A. Costume Design Program:Oversee the recruitment of costume graduate students, Development of curriculum for program, Oversee the student costume designs for all FSU School of Theatre productions, Teach core classes in costume design, rendering and costume history, and Designed two or more productions per year.
1986–1989 Assistant Professor of Costume Design, Theatre Department, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. Head of M.F.A. Costume Design Program: Oversaw the recruitment of costume graduate students, Oversaw the student costume designs for all Purdue productions, Taught core classes in costume design, and Designed two or more Purdue productions per year.
1980–1981 Costume Shop Manager, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre; LORT B Theatre, Milwaukee, WI. Scheduling of fittings, organizational work, attend production meetings, oversaw work force, ordering of supplies, setting work schedules, etc.
1979–1981 Resident Costume Designer, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre. Designed two of each season's productions; design process includes script and character analysis, costume research, rendering of costume designs, communication and working with director and costume staff, oversee purchase of all fabrics and garments, actor fittings, organizational charts and plots, and dress rehearsals. Assisted the guest designers for the other four productions.
1978–1979 Costume Design Assistant, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre. Assisting included making design decisions for the designer when out of town, costume craft and dyeing of fabric, and attending meetings for designer when out of town, etc. Designed children's tour show and act-one play.

Visiting Professorship(s)
1985–1986 Visiting Assistant Professor in Costume Design at Purdue University Theatre Department.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Who's Who of American Women (2008).

FSU Teaching Incentive Award, Florida State University (1997).

FSU Teaching Incentive Award, Florida State University (1994).

Best Costume Design, Dallas Critics Circle for Crimes of the Heart (1984).

Best Costume Design, Dallas Critics Circle for Othello (1982).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Costume Society of America

Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC)

United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT)

University Resident Theatre Association (URTA)

USITT - Costume Commission

USITT Southeast



Teaching
Teaching Focus: Costume Design as it relates to Theatre, Opera, Dance and Film; Rendering Techniques for the Costume Designer--both Traditional and Computer; Costume Crafts and Fabric Dye Techniques for the Costume Design; Digital Textile Design, Historical Research of Period Clothing Styles.
Courses Taught
Advanced Costume Crafts (TPA5236)

Advanced Costume Crafts (TPA5231)

Costume Design for Film and Television (TPA5336)

Creative Thesis (THE5973)

Historic Costume for the Stage (THE4260)

Historic Costume Seminar (THE5265)

MFA Practicum in Design for the Stage (TPA5080)

ADV. COSTUME RENDERING (TPA4905)

Advanced Costume Rendering (TPA5047)

Costume Design for Dance (TPA5335)

Costume Rendering Workshop (TPA5337)

Directed Individual Study--Assistant Costume Designers (TPA 4905)

Advanced Costume Design for the Stage (TPA5042)

Fabric Modification for Stage Costume (TPA5245)

Computer Rendering for Costume Designers (TPA5356)

Computer Rendering for Costume Design (TPA5346)

Advanced Stage Costume Millinery Techniques (TPA5242)

RESEARCH & DESIGN FOR PERF ART (TPA4905)

Directed Individual Study (THE4905)

Selected Subjects in Theatre Studies (THE4935)

Technical Theatre Laboratory (TPA3298)

Theatrical Design for Theatre Educators (TPA5098)

Directed Individual Study (TPA4905)

MFA Practicum in Technical Theatre (TPA5280)

Advanced Technical Production for Theatre Educators (TPA5386)

Directed Individual Study (TPA5905)

Selected Topics in Costume Design for the Stage (TPA5237)

ADV. MILLINERY TECHNIQUES (TPA4905)

Costume Crafts (TPA 4234)

Selected Topics in Technical Theatre (TPA5286)

Fabric Modification for Stage Costumes (TPA4244)

MFA Internship in Technical Theatre, Stage Design, and Management (TPA5940)

Technical Production and Management (TPA5285)

Technical Production for Theatre Educators (TPA5385)

Advanced Costume Patterning (TPA5287)

Seminar: Selected Topics in Dramatic Literature and Dramatic Theory (THE5317)

Stage Millinery Techniques (TPA 4241)

Creative Design for Theatre (TPA2000)

Selected Topics in Stage Costuming and Make-Up Technology (TPA5235)

Costume Crafts (TPA4234)

Introduction to Theatre--London (THE 3060)

Costume Design (TPA4040)

Design for Musical Theatre (THE 5084)

New Course Development
Costume Rendering Workshop (2008)

Introduction to Costume Crafts, Dyeing and Millinery (2008)

Computer Rendering for Costume Designers (2006)

Costume Design for Dance (2002)

Costume Design for Film and TV (2002)

Technical Production for Theatre Educators (2002)

Theatrical Design for Theatre Educators (2002)

Advanced Costume Rendering (1999)

Advance Millinery Techniques (1998)

Advanced Costume Crafts (1998)

Advanced Fabric Modification (1998)

Fabric Modification for Stage Costumes (1998)

Introduction to Costume Crafts (1998)

Stage Millinery Techniques (1998)

Advanced Costume Design (1996)

Introduction to Theatrical Design (1995)



Curriculum Development
MFA Costume Design Program--Major Changes to Courses, Plan of Study and Required Practicums (2005)

Master's Committee Chair
Janhke, S., graduate. (2015). Ragtime.

McClelland, S., graduate. (2015). Romeo and Juliet.

Villasana, B. C., graduate. (2015). Cabaret.

Carot, V., graduate. (2014). Love of a Nightingale.

Pedersen, M., graduate. (2014). Spamalot.

Rupprecht, A., graduate. (2014). Les Liaison Dangereuses.

Foley, K. F., graduate. (2013). Summer and Smoke.

Koceila, K., graduate. (2013). Spring Awakening!.

Peterson, K. L., graduate. (2013). Much Ado About Nothing.

Jacob, B., graduate. (2012). Jesus Christ Super Star.

Marullo, C., graduate. (2012). The Seagull.

Bradley, J. M., graduate. (2012). The Intimate Apparel.

Barnes, D. A., graduate. (2011). The Miser.

Kosanovich, J. E., graduate. (2011). Bus Stop.

Scholl, E. L., graduate. (2011). The Drowsy Chaperon.

Klamm, L. M., graduate. (2010). On the Town.

Sneshkoff, K. S., graduate. (2010). Hamlet.

Homan, K. A., graduate. (2009). Thoroughly Modern Millie.

Wetzel, J. M., graduate. (2009). She Stoops to Conquer.

DeVries, A., graduate. (2008). The Tamer Tamed.

Eichhorn, S. J., graduate. (2008). Into the Woods.

Merheb, T., graduate. (2008). The Birds.

Leach, A., graduate. (2007). The Philadelphia Story.

Brown, J. F., graduate. (2006). The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Chatterjee, D., graduate. (2006). Amadeus.

Johns, R. M., graduate. (2006). Sweet Charity.

Carley, E., graduate. (2005). Oklahoma!.

Fix, D., graduate. (2005). Romeo and Juliet.

Walthall, E., graduate. (2005). Evita.

Ables, J., graduate. (2003). A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Hebb, L., graduate. (2002). The Rivals.

Panzarello, M., graduate. (2002). Angels in America.

Brown, N., graduate. (2001). Skin of Our Teeth.

Kelley, L., graduate. (1999). Pippin.

Varga, A., graduate. (1999). Hamlet.

Leighton, L., graduate. (1998). Brigadoon.

Jones, J. A. R., graduate. (1996). The Cherry Orchard - Asolo Conservatory.

Patrick, M., graduate. (1996). The Shaughran.

Wooten, L. S., graduate. (1996). Good News.

Wong, R. G., graduate. (1995). The Cherry Orchard.

Tierney, L., graduate. (1993). Camille.

Hedgepeth, S., graduate. (1992). School for Scandal.

Ramos, J., graduate. (1991). Arms and the Man.

Castner, F., graduate. (1990). Noises Off.

Amy Avila, student.

Clara Jean Kelly, student.

Cole Spivia, student.

Mollie LaTorre, student.

Rachel Buechele, student.

Rainy Edwards, student.

Couture, A., student. Hedda Gabler.

Kim, M. J., student. Rikki Tikki Tavi.

Winchester, J., student. Twelfth Night.

Master's Committee Member
Kmiec, W., graduate. (2014). Speed the Plow. [MFA Directing]

Norcross, N., graduate. (2014). Company. [MFA Directing]

Silva, M., graduate. (2014). Love of a Nightingale. [MFA Directing]

Higginbotham, S., graduate. (2012). The Leading Ladies. [MFA Directing]

Mayer, G., graduate. (2012). Jesus Christ Super Star. [MFA Directing]

Young, C., graduate. (2011). The Miser. [MFA Directing]

Derrick, S., graduate. (2007). M.A. in Opera Direction.

Trowel IV, R., graduate. (2005). M.F.A. in Theatre Management.

Mitchell, A., graduate. (2004). M.A. in Theatre Studies.

Williams, W., graduate. (2004). M.A. in Theatre Studies.

He, J., graduate. (2001). M.A. in Theatre Studies.

Marshall, G., graduate. (2001). M.A. in Theatre Studies.

Matqualoon, M. R., graduate. (2001). M.A. in Theatre Studies.

Dill, C., graduate. (2000). M.F.A. in Theatre Management.

Hanson, C., graduate. (1998). M.F.A. in Scenic Design.

Russell, N., graduate. (1994). M.F.A. in Costume Technology.

Boatman, A., graduate. (1991). M.F.A. in Costume Technology.

Pickney, J., graduate. (1990). M.F.A. in Costume Technology.

Hansen, C., student.

Lucas, S., student.

Sebren, D., student.

Harris, J., student. Five Women Wearing the Same Dress. [MFA Directing]

Colton, C., student. Romeo and Juliet. [MFA Directing]

Bachelor's Committee Member
Vidic, K., graduate. (2014).

Bollinger, S., graduate. (2003). B.F.A. in Fashion Design - Clothing Textiles.



Grim, S. L., graduate. (1994). B.A. in English. Thesis: Flights.

Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere
Muscha, C. L. (1994). Chair of MFA Costume Design Supervisory Committee. Purdue University.
Muscha, C. L. (1988). Chair of MFA Costume Design Supervisory Committee. Purdue University.

Alumni Awards
Varga, A. (2015). Nominated for Outstanding Costume Design for The Fatal Weakness at the Mint Theatre NYC. Drama Desk Awards.
Bolden, A. (2015). MIlwaukee Journal-Sentinal--Best in Design 2015: Costume Design for Kamikaze Cutesauce: Cosplay Club. Quasimodo Milwaukee Physical Theatre.
Chatterjee, D. (2014). Outstanding Costume Design Award for Butoh Medea. United Solo--Theatre Row NYC.

Student Awards and Honors
Kim, M. J. (2015). Graduate Costume Design Second Place for Mother Courage. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Winchester, J. (2015). Ready to Work Award: Lexington Children's Theatre designing Madeline. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Villasana, B. (2015). Graduate Costume Technology Third Place for Digital Engineered Print Costume. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Carot, V., Pedersen, M., & Rupprecht, A. (2014). Design East Showcase New York, NY. Eastern Regional URTA Design Programs.
Rupprecht, A. (2014). Ready to Work Award--SETC Awarded $1,000. to Design Professionally. Southeastern Theatre Conference--Lexington Children's Theatre.
Kociela, K., & Peterson, K. (2013). Design East Showcase New York, NY. Eastern Regional URTA Design Programs.
Foley, K. (2012). Graduate Costume Design Honorable Mention--The Tortoise and the Hare. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Sneshkoff, K. (2010). Graduate Costume Design Third Place (Awarded $50.)--Hamlet. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Scholl, E. (2010). Costume Design Finalist--Emperor Jones. Jose Limon Dance Company.
Wetzel, J. (2009). Graduate Costume Design Honorable Mention--She Stoops to Conquer. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Wetzel, J. (2009). Young Designer's Forum--Juried Portfolio Review. United State Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT).
Wetzel, J. (2008). Graduate Costume Design Third Place (Awarded $50.)--Rocky Horror Show. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Chatterjee, D. (2005–2006). University Fellowship (Awarded $18,000.). Florida State University.
Gretsch, M. (2004). Undergraduate Costume Design Second Place (Awarded $75.)--Ti-Jean and His Brothers. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Carnley, E. (2003–2004). University Fellowship (Awarded $15,000.). Florida State University.
Panzarello, M. (2002). Young Designer's Forum--Juried Portfolio Review. United State Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT).
Hebb, L. (2001). Graduate Costume Design Third Place (Awarded $25.)--Comedy of Errors. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Hill III, W. J. (2000). Undergraduate Costume Design Third Place (Awarded $50.)--Peter Pan. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Price, J. K. (2000). Undergraduate Costume Design First Place (Awarded $100.)--MacBeth. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Varga, A. (2000). Young Designer's Award (Awarded $1,000.). United State Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT).
Greer, E. (1999). Undergraduate Costume Design First Place (Awarded $100.)--Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Varga, A. (1999). Young Designer's Forum--Juried Portfolio Review. United State Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT).
Varga, A. (1998–1999). University Fellowship (Awarded $10,000.). Florida State University.
Wong, R. G. (1995). Young Designer's Forum--Juried Portfolio Review. United State Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT).
Eckenweiler, A. (1994). Undergraduate Costume Design Second Place (Awarded $50.)--The Glass Menagerie. Wichita National Design Competition.
Ingermann, I. (1992). Into the Woods--Costume renderings accepted into juried exposition and published in Theatre Design and Technology. USITT National Student Design Competition.

Supervistion of Teaching Assistants
Muscha, C. L. (2000–2016). Supervised TA's for Introduction to Theatre Design: Checking syllabi, Blackboard site, weekly meetings and updating PowerPoint lectures.

Research and Original Creative Work
Creative Research Focus: Costume Design for Theatre and Opera; Costume Crafts including leather techniques and mask making; Fabric Modification including photo screen printing, devoré; Computer Rendering for costume design.
Program of Research and/or Focus of Original Creative Work
Costume Designs for noted Professional Actors include the following: Morgan Freeman, Harold Gould, Michael Rooker, Valerie Mahaffey, Joe Morton, Mark Blum, Corey Parker, James Tolkin, Larry Shue, CCH Pounder, Lili Taylor, Lois Nettleton, Andrea de Shields, Phyllis Frelich, Robert Walden, Heather Tom, and James Naughton.

Publications
Invited Book Chapters
Muscha, C. L. (2013). Strategies for Teaching Costume Rendering to the Beginning Student. In Erik Viker (Ed.), Inspired Teaching: Essays on Theatre Design and Technology Education (pp. 80 to 87). Syracuse, NY: USITT.

Refereed Book Chapters
Muscha, C. L. (2011). Craft Techniques Using Corrugated Plastic for Tug Boat Costume. In Kerby, Rob (Ed.), Tech Expo 2011 (pp. 45 to 46). Syracuse, NY, USITT.
Muscha, C. L. (1996). Costume Design From Stock; Researching Ethnic Clothing; A Costume Research Library Scavenger Hunt. In Projects for Teaching Costume Design and Teachnoloy (pp. 6). Syracuse, NY, USITT-Costume Commission.

Nonrefereed Reviews
Muscha, C. L. (1995). Review of Garment Patterns of the Edwardian Lady. Cutter's Research Journal.

Presentations
Invited Presentations at Conferences
Cleveland, A. O., & Muscha, C. (presented 2014, March). Professional Development Workshop: Digital Costume Rendering. Presentation at the meeting of United State Institute of Theatre Technology, Ft. Worth, TX. (National)

Invited Presentations at Symposia
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2008, August). Devore and Discharge for Fabric Modification. In USITT--Costume Symposium. Presentation at the meeting of USITT--Costume Commission, Chappel Hill, NC. (National)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Muscha, C. (presented 2015, March). Watercolor Texture Rendering Techniques. Presentation at the meeting of Southeastern Theatre Conference, Atlanta, GA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. (presented 2015). Dressing Juliet: Digital Textile Printing Techniques. Poster presentation at the meeting of USITT, Cincinnati, OH. (National)
Muscha, C., & Pedersen, M. (presented 2014, March). Costume Rendering Techniques using ArtStudio for iPad. Presentation at the meeting of Southeastern Theatre Conference, Mobile, AL. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2013, March). Costume Rendering Techniques using ArtStudio for iPad. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre, Milwaukee, WI. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2013, March). Rendering Workshop - Watercolor Texture Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Louisville, KY. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2012). Leather Sword Belts and Baldric Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Chattanooga, TN. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2011, March). Millinery Vintage Trim Techniques with Ribbon. Presentation at USITT Conference, USITT--Costume Comission, Kansas City, MO. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2010, March). Craft Techniques Using Corrugated Plastic for a Tugboat Costume. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre, Kansas, MO. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2009, March). European Costume History Research Tour. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Birmingham, AL. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2009, March). Mask Making Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Birmingham, AL. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2009, March). Mask Making Techniques - Casting the Mask. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre, Cincinnati, OH. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2008, October). Mask Making Techniques. Presentation at the meeting of Georgia Theatre Conference, Albany, GA. (State)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2008, March). Rendering Workshop - Watercolor Texture Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Chattanooga, TN. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2008, March). The Making of a Costume History Video. Presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre, Louisville, KY. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2008, March). The Making of a Costume History Video. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Chattanooga, TN. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2007, March). Millinery Trim Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Atlanta, GA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2007, March). URTA Interview Preparation. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Atlanta, GA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2006, March). Computer Rendering for Costume Designers using Corel Painter. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Orlando, FL. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2006, March). Costume Rendering Techniques -- Marker Renderings. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Orlando, FL. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2006, March). Designing and Mounting Folding Fans. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre Technology, Louisville, KY. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2006, March). Millinery Techniques for Buckram and Straw. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Orlando, FL. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2005, May). Two Color Fabric Dyeing Using Blend Fabrics with Fiber Specific Dyes. Poster presentation at the meeting of Costume Society of America, Philadelphia, PA. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2005, March). Presentation of Recent Designs. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Design South, Greensboro, NC. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2004, May). Cowgirl to Showgirl: Costume development for Crazy for You. Poster presentation at the meeting of Costume Society of America, Houston, TX. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2004, March). Photo Silkscreen Techniques for Costume Designers. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Chattanooga, TN. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2004, March). Rendering Techniques - Conte Crayon and Watercolor. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Chattanooga, TN. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2002, March). Teaching Creative Design to Large Classes. Presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre Technology, New Orleans, LA. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2001, March). Costume Museum Research in Britain. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre Technology, Long Beach, CA. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2001, March). Strategies for Teaching Basic Design to Large Classes. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre Technology, Long Beach, CA. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2000, March). Untraditional Watercolor Techniques for Theatrical Designers. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Norfolk, VA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 2000, February). Devoree: Chemical Burn-out Techniques for Protein and Cellulose Fabrics. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre Technology, Denver, CO. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1999, March). Two Color, Blend Fabric Dyeing Using Fiber Specific Dyes. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre Technology, Toronto, Canada. (International)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1998, March). Costume Design Inspired from Research Done at British and French Costume Museum Galleries and Collections. Poster presentation at United State Institute of Theatre Technology Conference, United State Institute of Theatre Technology, Long Beach, CA. (National)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1998, March). Masks and Armor with Sculpt-or Coat. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Birmingham, AL. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1995, March). Costume Crafts: Animal and Other Non-Human Costumes. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Norfolk, VA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1995, March). Design Assistant Forum. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Norfolk, VA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1995, March). New York City Survival Techniques for Costumers. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Norfolk, VA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1994, March). Fabric Modification II: 3-D Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Savannah, GA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1993, March). Fabric Modification: Silkscreen Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Arlington, VA. (Regional)
Muscha, C. L. (presented 1992, March). Costume Craft Techniques. Presentation at Southeastern Theatre Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Orlando, FL. (Regional)


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