Category Tbilisi Biennial of Scenography

Tbilisi Biennale of Stage Design 2018 – Press Release

7 ottobre 2018 NewsProjectsTbilisi Biennial of Scenography

On 11-18 October 2018, the Second Edition of Tbilisi Biennale of Stage Design will be held by Valerian Gunia Union of Young Theatre Artists – the OISTAT National Centre of Georgia.

Georgia will host young scenographers and artists from Canada, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia and Hungary. The Biennale consists of two main parts: International Exhibition and Masters’ Lab.

Two Georgian expositions will be presented at the International Exhibition – a Youth Pavilion and Gogi Meskhishvili’s School of Design.

Within the framework of Masters’ Lab, the Biennale’s educational programme, international experts will deliver lectures and master classes in the fields of scenography, curating, sound and light design in post-dramatic theatre, video and multimedia art and visual engineering...

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General Information on Tbilisi Biennale of Stage Design

3 dicembre 2017 NewsProjectsTbilisi Biennial of Scenography

tbilisi biennaleThe Tbilisi International Biennale of Stage Design was initiated by the  Valerian Gunia Union of Young Theatre Artists – the OISTAT National Center of Georgia,  in 2016.
The Biennale aims to create conditions for professional development of young stage designers  and for intercultural dialogue.
The Biennale is a unique platform which is designed for young scenographers  to present themselves  and their implemented  projects; to review and assess the process ongoing in this art, to share their creative ideas, to arrange professional discussions, planning and development of joint projects.
The Tbilisi Biennale includes: exhibition and review of works of participants; roundtables, mini-presentations on the specific problems of contemporary art, stage design and production as well as t...

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General Vision of Tbilisi Biennale of Stage Design

3 dicembre 2017 NewsProjectsTbilisi Biennial of Scenography

tbilisi biennaleThe development of scenographic thinking which corresponds to the transformation of theater is the ability to be contemporary, unique but also sincere in being oneself, understandable, in finding timeless themes and images for artistic approach…
The new cultural context – the opening of borders, freedom of mobility on the one hand, and the struggle for preserving unique and individual self-expression on the other forms a new approach. Namely:
•    Modernizing the idea of borders (real and imaginary, moving, changing);
•    Understanding how these borders affect the space (free and occupied, internal and external, personal and collective);
•    Searching for new ways of expressing one’s identity in the context of contrasting the constantly changing local and global – in the wo...

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Project – Tbilisi Biennial of Scenography

11 agosto 2016 NewsProjectsTbilisi Biennial of Scenography

Project goals:
• Integration into the European cultural space through the establishment of an international event – the Tbilisi Biennial of Scenography and regional development of OISTAT’s international professional network;
Objectives:
1. Promotion of the development of the modern art space in the Caucasus by conducting the interdisciplinary international forum “Tbilisi Biennial of Scenography” and founding a new professional festival in the international cultural festival map.
2. Development and expansion of the OISTAT’s international professional network and formation of the Black Sea scenography curators network for the entrenchment of the European qualification, quality and values in the region. Modern theater transformation research...

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