Harmony Arnold, MFA
MFA, Costume Design
Associate Professor, Performing Arts & Arts Leadership (Theatre, Costume)
Building/Room: Fine Arts 215
Harmony Arnold CV (PDF)
Teaching and Research Interests
Faculty Advisor: Fashion Club; Courses: History of Costume, Costume Design, Production Practicum, Fashion Lab, Creating Performance
Harmony Arnold is an accomplished Costume Designer and Stylist for stage, film and advertisement. She received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Costume Design from the University of Oregon. Harmony is Associate Professor of Theatre (Costume) in the Department of Performing Arts and Arts Leadership at Seattle University. Recent designs for stage include: 5th Ave Theatre, (GREASE), Seattle Repertory Theatre, (Buyer & Cellar, Venus in Fur, Bo-Nita), INTIMAN Theatre Festival, (Lysistrata *Gregory Award Nomination), ACT Theatre (Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris, These Streets), New Century Theatre Company (O’ Lovely Glowworm), Richard Hugo House (Riddled), and The Village Theatre (Once Upon A Time In New Jersey, Snapshots). Recent designs for film include: First Sight Productions (Perfect 10), I Ate My Eye Films (Waxie Moon in Fallen Jewel, Capitol Hill Series *Best Costume Design, 6th Annual Indie Series Awards), Vaskino Films (By the Salish Sea).