SCANLON, RORY

    Name: Rory Scanlon

    Title: Professor

    Email: rory_scanlon@byu.edu

    Division: Design/Tech

    Office Hours: F-480 HFAC, Mondays 12pm – 1pm & Tuesdays 2p – 3pm

    Phone: (801) 422-3430

    Education
    BA, Brigham Young University, 1972
    MFA, University of Illinois, 1984.

    Profile
    Rory Scanlon was born and raised in Gooding, Idaho. He completed his BA in Theatre through studies at Idaho State University and Brigham Young University. He continued his graduate studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he graduated with an MFA in Costume Design. In 1984 he returned to BYU as an instructor in the Department of Theatre and Media Arts, where he has continued to teach in the design and technology area. He has served as Associate Dean for the College of Fine Arts and Communications (CFAC) and as Associate Dean for BYU Undergraduate Studies, including filling the position of Director of BYU’s Honor Program from 2010 to 2012. He is currently serving a second time as Associate Dean for the CFAC over Production and Projects. Rory’s professional credits include television productions with such companies as Hasbro, General Foods, and Disney. Not many designers can claim that they have designed costumes for Mr. Kool-Aid! His theatre projects include design work for Tuacahn for their Disney series and the most recent costume designs for the Hill Cumorah Pageant. His first book with Costume Fashion Press in New York, entitled “Costume Design Graphics” was released in 2001. Rory’s research area is Old Testament and Book of Mormon clothing, which has led to his two contributing research articles now available at scholarsarchive.byu.edu.

    Courses Taught
    TMA 259 Principles of Design for Stage and Screen
    TMA 362 Costume Design
    TMA 363 Scenic Design
    TMA 369 Design Practicum
    TMA 379 Design Seminar
    TMA 479 Advanced Design
    TMA 489 Design for Production

    Curriculum Vitae: Rory Scanlon

    Website: www.roryscanlon.com

     

    Mary Farahnakian