The 2020 Tbilisi International Biennale of Stage Design is organized by the Valerian Gunia Union of Young Theatre Artists – OISTAT National Center of Georgia for the third time.
It was first launched in 2016 with participation of four countries – Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia and Russia and aims at creation of conditions for young stage designers to develop professionally, present their creativity and share new ideas; to create a new regional platform for exchange and presentation of information about modern trends and methods of scenography. This unique platform enables young scenographers to present themselves and their projects, review and assess ongoing process and research in this specific field of art, share their creative ideas, participate in professional discussions, plan and develop joint projects.
The Symposium has been organised in collaboration with OISTAT Research Commission (rhttps://www.oistat.org/commissions.php?mode=Research&smode= ) and there are presenters from 11 countries taking part in this Symposium under broad themes of Artistic Process; Pedagogy; Research. The language used is English but all created powerpoints to make their structure and principal themes more visible. These are shared here as final PDFs along with each speaker’s Photo, Biography and Abstract.
“All presentations made at the Tbilisi Biennale of Stage Design 2020 Symposium on the 26 – 28th October 2020 are the property of the speakers as identified on their powerpoints. Statements of fact and opinions expressed are those of the speakers individually, and are not the opinions or positions of the YTA Union. The YTA Union does not endorse, or approve, and assumes no responsibility for, the content, accuracy or completeness of the information presented.”