Mauricia Grant, Guest Instructor
Mauricia Grant is an Atlanta-based Costume Supervisor who has worked in the Major Motion Picture and Television industry since 2010.
As a union member and journeyman of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E. 479), she has covered all positions in the Costumes Department from Production Assistant to Costume Designer. Some of her most recent works include period pieces with extremely delicate and historically vintage garments like, ‘Lovecraft Country’ for HBO, and ‘Kindred’ for Disney.
Another recent project Mauricia worked on as Costume Supervisor is an upcoming holiday film by the Farrelly Brothers called, ‘Dear Santa’ in which careful measures had to be taken to ensure the prolonged use of several holiday-themed rental costumes. To be a successful Costume Supervisor, it is necessary to have working knowledge of the care of fabrics and textiles. In film production, most of the garments are used day in and day out, repeatedly by actors who sometimes perform stunts or work in extreme weather conditions. Garments are frequently dry cleaned, hand washed, pressed, distressed, or dyed but still have to appear the same to maintain the continuity of what has already been filmed. Having a passion and expertise in fabric and garment preservation is a craft and skill set that will be discussed in the forum led by Mauricia Grant.
We are proud to welcome Mauricia Grant to our team of instructors this session.
Based out of the metro-Atlanta, Georgia area, the Northern Lights Santa Academy is the largest Santa school in the Southeastern United States, serving Santa Clauses, Mrs. Clauses and Santa's Helpers in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia, as well as throughout the country. For more information about our Santa school, please contact us.
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Atlanta, GA 30359