Caitlin Quinn is a costume designer and technician. She earned her M.F.A from Northern
Illinois University. She has previously designed costumes for Wake Forest University,
The Organic Theatre Company, Festival 56 Theatre, Stay Awake Theatre Company, and
Costume design for theatre and dance, Rendering techniques, Costume history
Psychology of dress and expression of identity through clothing,
Modern style and costuming,
Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for
display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions
of the faculty member or discipline.
- Quinn, Caitlin. Character vs. Croquis. In Culture Costume and Dress, edited by Anne Boultwood and Sian Hindle, 42-45. Vol. 1, Iss. 1. Birmingham: Culture Costume and Dress, 2018.
- Quinn, Caitlin. Creating a Realistic Rendering Pedagogy: The Fashion Illustration Problem. In In Other Habits: Theatrical Costume, edited by Sarah McCarroll, 40-48. Vol. 26. Theatre Symposium/The University of Alabama Press, 2018. (DOI: 10.1353/tsy.2018.0002)
- Quinn, Caitlin. Style Tribe Choices in Historical Context Project. In USITT Creative Teaching on the Web: Costume, edited by Colleen Alexis Metzger. Liverpool, NY: USITT Creative Teaching , 2017.