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Danille Hodgins

Danielle Hodgins

Costume Designer

Office: N1020

hodginsd@uhd.edu

​​Danielle Aldea Hodgins is a Houston based artist and designer working in many mediums and creative outlets. She has enjoyed a freelance career as a muralist, visual artist, set designer, costume designer, puppetry artisan, movement performer and choreographer. Danielle holds a B.S. in interdisciplinary studies from Cornell University, B.F.A. in Set and Costume Design from Syracuse University, and an M.A Arts Leadership and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from University of Houston. Danielle has collaborated with many Houston based arts organizations including Mainstreet Theater, Houston Arts Alliance, Mildred’s Umbrella, HUE Mural Fest, A.D. Players, Magpies & Peacocks, and ROCO. Out of state collaborators include, Syracuse Stage, Cortland Repertory Theatre, Syracuse Dance Theatre, Cornell University, Open Hand Puppet Theatre, and The City of Ithaca. She is passionate about abstract painting, historical fashion, fabric dying, and papier mâché. Danielle’s favorite credits include HellCab, Set Design-Costume Design (University of Houston-Downtown); West Side Story, Set Design (AD Players); Sunset Floral Sunrise Floral, 2D Relief (HAA-Caydon); It’s a Wonderful Life, Costume Design (A.D. Players); The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, Costume Design (A.D. Players); Charlotte’s Web, Costume Design (A.D. Players); Beyond The Dust, Public Art Mural (The City of Ithaca). Merrily We Roll Along, Costume Design (SU Drama); CATS, Properties Design (Cortland Repertory Theatre); and Fuddy Meers, Set Design (SU Drama). Danielle’s creative style whimsically celebrates people, place, and nature, while investigating the power of imagination. With each project, Danielle aims to honor diversity and connect communities through the arts. 

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