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Welcome to the Theatre 221: Makeup course guide
Gathered here are tips on finding good resources for your THET 221 assignments, especially the makeup morgue, with an emphasis on images and proper captions and citations. Please remember you are always welcome to Ask a Librarian.
"Zhuang Zhuang, an African Lion," photo by Paula Bronstein, Getty Images North America, EbscoHost Image Collection, accession number imh220121, web.
The Makeup Morgue
"One of the first requisites of a good makeup artist is a keen sense of observation and the ability to apply what you observe to the creation of your makeups. To help you remember what you observe, a makeup morgue (a term used to designate a file of clippings) is indispensable."
Corson, Richard Glavan James. Stage Makeup. 9th ed. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2001. Print.