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Level 2 Art and Design Students have been taking part in a Panto Dame Costume Design for Stanley Arts.

With students having the opportunity to pitch and make a design for a real client, students considered practical applications, technical and descriptive explanations, and technical construction of their designs.

Every student put forward at least one application, with feedback from Stanley Arts saying “We are SO impressed! These ideas are incredible – we’re so excited by them!” upon receiving the designs.

Student Rosa Enver was announced as the winner in the 14-18 age category, receiving four tickets for Dick Whittington, this year’s Pantomime at Stanley Halls.

The overall winner of the competition will be announced on 10 December at Stanley Hall’s Christmas Market, where the winner will see their designed created into a real-life costume.

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