Theatre Design - sets POLI.design

Thanks to representatives of some of the most important theatrical institutions in Europe, students will be able to enter the theaters and discover the stages of the production of a scenic installation, enter the laboratories, go on stage and attend the rehearsals.Students can also design their own show and discuss with directors, set designers, costume designers, directors of stage productions, lighting designers but also journalists, as well as suppliers of the most precious materials for the realization of shows.

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  • MSc
  • Italian
  • Part time
  • 80 Hours

The course objective is the training of a professional who has learned the basics of the different elements involved in the design and implementation of a stage set. It is a complex art that involves the simultaneous presence of multiple technical and artistic aspects, by knowing them the characteristics of each can be taken into account from the point of conception. 

The aim of the course is also to raise awareness of the information technology (not know how to use it) that supports the design of the set or enhances the use of lights and projections. In the process of designing a stage set, an exercise arranged at the beginning of the course, students may meet with the various professional teachers and thus get practical tips that will enrich the experience of each individual student. In addition, the experience of visiting theatres and production and sales companies, provides the students with a cognitive and emotional experience which is highly educational and vocational.

Cost of the master: 1250 VAT excluded
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