ScreenWorks: Prosthetics

A resource for young people to learn about the role of a  Prosthetic Artist
A resource for young people to learn about the role of a  Prosthetic Artist



This resource is one of those created as part of Into Film’s ScreenWorks programme to demystify the world of screen careers to young people aged 14 to 19 across Northern Ireland and the UK.

Professional make-up and prosthetic artist/designer Clare Ramsey has collaborated with us to summarise what the role entails, key skills needed and routes into the job. There is also a practical prosthetic make-up activity that learners can complete as a taster into the job role.

ScreenWorks is a screen industry work experience scheme offering unparalleled opportunities for young people aged 14-14 to learn about careers across Film, TV, Animation, Gaming and Visual Effects.

To find out more, or to apply for the programme, visit

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