Wig Making | Off the Wall | Fall 2022
Introduction to Wig Making
FOUR-DAY WORKSHOP OVER TWO WEEKENDS
November 12 -13 & 19 - 20
4 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
November 22 - 25 Note: this course is full.
ARTISTIC INSTRUCTOR: MELISSA VEAL
In this popular four-day workshop learn the basics of wig creation, modification and dressing. Under the expert guidance of one of the best Stratford Festival wig makers, increase your skills and learn some amazing techniques in this age-old craft.
In this course students will learn and expand on the following skills:
Practice knotting by creating facial hair pieces
Learn how to properly ventilate, fit and customize a wig for stage and film
Explore techniques to create a natural looking hairline
Discover methods to dress wigs into finished looks
Discuss sources for materials, tools and resources
Select and dress historical period wig styles
Learn effective methods for wig preparation and wig application
All materials including a wig hook, holder and wig are supplied. Participants may take the wig home with them.
The low student-to-teacher ratio in each course ensures instruction is geared to the participants' skill level and experience. Please indicate your related experience when you register.
163 King St.
Saturday and Sunday/ Weekdays
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, contact:
Susan Starkweather, Program Advisor
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