Postgraduate in Theater Costume Pattern Making | LCI Barcelona

Postgraduate in Theater Costume Pattern Making (in Spanish only)

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Masters and Postgraduates | ES005 | Postgraduate in Theater Costume Pattern Making (in Spanish only)

Specialize in the construction of theater costume pieces through a design methodology

This program has been created with the aim of offering a technical and conceptual training suitable for designers and other professionals who want to specialize in the development of theater costume pieces. The postgraduate pays special attention to teaching a methodology that will be very useful for carrying out custom-made and special projects on request.

With a section dedicated to the pattern making and construction of period costumes and the creation of very specific pieces, the students will also learn to develop experimental and futuristic works, providing a very versatile training. As differential content, the program also offers a unit focused on digital pattern making and costume design for the video game industry.

Through several projects (one of which will be for a company), students will generate their own portfolio and will acquire a working methodology that responds to the current functioning of the sector. The final project, a research work in pattern making that includes a professional photo session, will be the culmination of the entire learning process.

  • Degree: Postgraduate in Theater Costume Pattern Making
  • Credits: 30 ECTS
  • Duration: 1 academic semester
  • Start date: October
  • Language: Spanish
  • Course type: On campus

Discover the projects made by our students through the Portfolio platform.


Graduated in Audiovisual Communication from Pompeu Fabra University (2000), she founded in 1999, one of the first online fashion magazines. Since then, she has specialized in creating content and editorial plans online and offline, both for publications –VEIN, El País, Telva, SModa– and for brands –Absolut, Bershka, Stradivarius, TOUS Baby or Naf Naf–, as well as in the construction of intangibles for fashion firms. Currently she combines her work as a consultant and editor with the direction of the Fashion Design area of LCI Barcelona.

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