Advanced Scenery Construction Fall 2014

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Advanced Scenery Construction Fall 2014
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Entertainment Technology
Course Code
ENT 2210
Semester / Year
Fall 2014
Course Description

This course aims to take a student from competency to proficiency in the scene shop. A successful student will be able to take a scenery project from the drawing to completion, either alone or leading a small crew. Skills covered include: construction techniques, project planning, tool and procedure selection, joinery, time and cost estimation and carpentry.
Coursework will focus heavily on lab and project work.


This course was created by: John McCullough

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