Collaboration with Stage Designer
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|204PUPSD||Z||2||30 hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 28 to 38 hours of self-study||English|
Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
stage technicalities, the different types of stage equipment, lights (technology) used for developing the artistic design of a theatre performance.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The course is based on composing a given space in such a manner so that it gains the characteristics of an organized space, which is homogenous from the aesthetic point of view, has a clear atmosphere and internal dramaturgy. Learning about stage technicalities, the different types of stage equipment, lights (technology) used for developing the artistic
design of a theatre performance. Students are taught the history of stage architecture and its equipment, as well as skills of formulating a task for the stage designer based on the previously elaborated concept of the performance. Objectives: Leading to conscious and free usage of scenographical conventions and techniques by the student that are
used by a professional scenographer. Reading a drama text from the point of view of a scenographer. Discussions with a professional scenographer while working on own script and finding suitable theatrical space for the drama and director’s idea.
Recommended or required reading
Your Puppetry : with 135 diagrams and 4 full page plates / John Wright.- London: Sylvan Press, 1951.
Oscar G. Brockett and Margaret Mitchell, Making the Scene: A History of Stage Design and Technology in Europe and
the United States
A. Racinet - The complete costume history, Taschen, Koln, 2003
L'artmondial de la marionnette = Worldwide art of puppetry : Unima 2000 / com. de red. Marek Waszkiel [et al.] ;
réalisé par Unima.- Bielsko-Biała : Union Internationale de la Marionnette, 2000.
Assessment methods and criteria
Presence on classes. Credit work in a form of presentation.
No schedule has been prepared for this course