Fashion and Costume design for kids in Saint John New Brunswick. Create your own Fashion Collection!
In our High Tide Art School, we believe that it is never too early to take the first steps towards mastering the creative profession of a fashion designer. We invite everyone to the Fashion and Costume Design Course for beginners.
If you are 8 – 12 years old and interested in modern fashion, if you want to dress beautifully and dream of becoming a Fashion designer, then this course “Fashion and Costume Design course for kids in Saint John” is for you.
Who this course is for:
This Fashion and Costume Design Course for kids in Saint John is designed to give students a wide range of knowledge in the field of modern fashion, clothing, and costume design, cutting and sewing techniques, design techniques for clothing models and introduction to the process of preparing their own fashion collection.
It was developed by fashion design professionals and focuses on the following areas:
- fabric and textile studies;
- rhythmic and proportional structure of the costume;
- costume color;
- sewing techniques
- industry-standard fashion computer applications.
- fundamental visual presentation;
- fundamental creative decision;
- fundamental set and collection design;
- sleeve tailoring;
Through class projects, students will study composition fundamentals and examine historic and national costumes as examples of Applied Arts, as well as many other subjects related to the modern fashion industry.
The number of students:
6 – 8 students per class.
Two teachers per class.
Fall In-Class course
September 11 – December 19, 2021.
1:5 ratio Teacher to Student ratio, or better. All instructors are police-checked, first-aid trained, triple-reference checked, and highly trained.
Certificate of Course Completion
Upon completion of a course, a Certificate will be issued. A course completion certificate says students attended all the classes required, pass all the tests required, and handed in all the work required.
All Courses will be held at the main office of High Tide Art School in Saint John Uptown.
Also in this Module:
- Adobe Illustrator for Fashion
- Color and Design
- Fashion Illustration and Design
Module 2. An Introduction to Fashion Design and Garment Construction
Also in this Module:
- Draping for Fashion Design;
- Elements of Design in Fashion;
- Evolution of Fashion;
- Fashion Form and Image
Module 3. Accessory Design
Module 4. Let’s create something new and unique!This is more than ‘make do & mend’! This program will make Dame Vivienne and Gok Wan proud as students turn tired and used clothing into ‘wow factor’ unique walking works of art. With slightly less focus on technique and more on style and creativity, students explore the world of special effects and embellishment as they turn those old wardrobe pieces into something new and unique.
Also in this Module
- Fashion Business Fundamentals
- Fashion Styling
- Introduction to the Fashion Industry
Module 5. Intermediate Fashion Design & Special TechniquesFFor those interested in a more in-depth course or older age groups: This module includes a more advanced course, with fashion illustration, mood boards, pattern cutting, textile study, special techniques & embellishments, advanced sewing techniques and more. They will plan how they will cut and stitch their favorite designs into a garment and learn how to list the ’step by step’ instructions.
Also in this Module:
- Pattern Drafting 1
- Pattern Drafting 2
- Pattern Drafting for Menswear
Schedule & Tuition
Fall Semester of 2020. September 11 – December 19
1 Class per week. Each class 1.5 hour. 10 min. break.
Space is still available
6-7 spots left
Tuition fee – $49.00 +HST per one week (weekly payments)
$39.00 +HST per one week ( If you pay for the entire semester in two instalments)
Classes are held once a week in Saint John Uptown. Each class – two lessons of 45 minutes each.
As any regular class during Fashion Design for kids course begins by viewing a slide presentation and watching a video leсture or by listening to a lecture.
Students should complete a home assessment at a convenient time before the next time and bring this assessment in class. Students will have to complete a certain number of home assessments for each week of study. Most assessments are small projects on a base of previous lesson curriculum. Larger long-term assessments (projects) to be completed at the end of each month of the study or semester.