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G. Rossini – “La Scala di Seta”

3 Aprile 2013 NewsProjects


Project  “La Scala di Seta” (Hybrid-art in opera scenography)
25 October 2012

The dressed show of Gioachino  Rossini one-act opera “The Silk Stair” at the hall of the Tbilisi State Conservatory, for the donor organization – Foundation Open Society – Georgia and partner-organizations – the Tbilisi State Conservatory, Baku State Conservatory, Shota Rustaveli State University of Theatre and Film, representatives of the parliamentary committee for Education, Science and Culture and Board members.

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Manana Gunia’s solo exhibition “Virtual Scenography”

3 Aprile 2013 NewsProjects

The Tempest - W. Shakespeare

On  the International Theater Day in Tbilisi, at Akaki Khorava Actor’s House  by YTA Union/Georgian OISTAT National Center of the Ministry and Georgian Theater Society  was organized the solo  exhibition of Manana Gunia.

The exhibition presented the works created in the years 2001-2012. In particular, set design sketches, costumes, and installations performed in 3D MAX program / see the article “Manana Gunia’s Virtual theater”.

Donor – YTA Union/ Georgian OISTAT National Center

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Project “La scala di seta” – Hybrid-art in opera scenography

3 Aprile 2013 NewsProjects

Yta Union in Batumi

 5 – 8 February  2012

Inspection of theatrical scenes in the regions of Georgia / the trip of YTA Union/Georgian OISTAT National Center three-member delegation/Nino Gunia – Kuznetsova, Zurab  Nakashidze, Bekar Jumutia/  to Batumi and Poti / analysis of  plans and equipment and selection of best stage site for “La scala di seta” performance concept.
Working meetings with the Minister of Culture of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, self-governments of Batumi and Poti devoted to the cultural networks  integration of the Black Sea countries  and organization of the international scenography and  performance biennale in Georgia.

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Manana Gunia’s Virtual Theater

7 Marzo 2013 ArticlesNews

Born and grew up in Georgia…
Lives and works in Italy…
Dreams and creates in the virtual theater…

Manana Gunia, the Georgian set designer, ten years ago went for study to Florence, the town of her dreams (the scenography chair of Florence Academy of Art, the course of virtual scenography) and tied her creative work with the virtual theater.

She scored a first great success with her work created as far back in Tbilisi. This was the virtual setting and costumes for William Shakespeare’s play “The Tempest”: in 2002 at the International Competition of Artists in Florence “XX Premio Firenze” Centro Culturale Firenze-Europa “Mario Conti” she was awarded the Gold Medal in the nomination “Digital Arts & Multimedia”...

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