ONLINE INTERNATIONAL SCENOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM I session – moderator: Tamara Janashia (Georgia) The themes: Artistic process – The most prominent contemporary trends in scenography of different countries – How are the current scenography trends reflected at the Prague Quadrennial? – How is COVID-19 influencing and affecting theater and scenography? How does digitization change the creative process?
Andrea Heilman (USA) – speaker
Student Covid-related Trauma
Pavlo Bosyy (Canada) – speaker
The Ancient Greeks Meeting the Contemporary Canadian Playwrights and Artists: Creative Process of Producing The Penelopiad and The Odyssey in the Rotating Repertory Format
Vessela Statkova (Bulgaria) – speaker
The Education in Scenography – From Virtual Reality to 3D Printing
Tata Tavdishvili (Georgia) – speaker
Theatrical Educational Process and Physical Theatre in Georgia in the Period of Covid-19
ONLINE INTERNATIONAL SCENOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM II session – moderator: Nana Kipiani (Georgia) The themes: Pedagogic process – Scenography practitioners and educators on their pedagogic experience. – What is the impact of online education in scenography and performing arts? What are the ways the digital educational methodologies may develop into?
The Scenography in the Exhibition Environment: Reviewing Research Approaches.
Alice Cruz (Brazil) – speaker
The Object as a Creation: a Scenographic Methodology
Boyana Buchvarova (Bulgaria) – speaker
Scenography Today – Thinking Outside the Box
Guillem Aloy, Antoni Ramon (Catalonia, Spain) – speakers
Interactive Mapping of Theatrical Spaces Project
Filipa Malva (Portugal) – speaker
Express Notebooks: Drawing in Contemporary Scenography
Kate Burnett (UK) – moderatorGMT 11:00 – 13:50 (Tbilisi time – 15:00 – 17:50)
ONLINE INTERNATIONAL SCENOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM III session – moderator Kate Burnett (UK) The themes: Research Process – Current areas of scenography research – Development of contemporary research methodologies on, and involving, scenography