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Helmut Stürmer, Victor Ioan Frunză and Mimi Brănescu feature theatre workshops at NTB

02 June 2022
Scenography workshop 13 June 2022
The "Ion Sava" Centre for Research and Theatrical Creation organizes during June 13 and June 18 2022 the Helmut Stürmer & Corina Grămoșteanu Scenography Workshop. The topic of the workshop is the creation of a unique stage space where it is possible to interpret the Shakespearean tragedies "Hamlet", "Macbeth", "Richard III", basic spaces suitable for theatrical metamorphoses necessary for various directorial concepts. In order to be eligible to participate at the workshop, each candidate shall submit a file containing his/her resume, and a proposal of sketched ideas in a freely chosen form on the proposed theme (drawing / moodboard / photo collage / study model / digital / 3D images). The proposal for the costumes concept shall be in correlation with the proposed stage space. The candidate's way of expression is of free choice, both in terms of space and costumes. Finished solutions for the set and costume concept are not required. In addition to the creative imagination it would be useful to find and document existing spaces as "lost places" as a source of inspiration (a concrete, existing indoor or outdoor space that can generate the stage concept). The participants' proposals could form the basis of a debate on the relationship between scenography and art installation. Conditions for participation: 1. The workshop is addressed to both students and graduates of scenography or visual arts. 2. The deadline for submitting the application for the selection of the files is May 27 2022. The selection will be made by Helmut Stürmer and Corina Grămoșteanu. 3. Applications should be sent to the following e-mail address: centrulsavatnb@gmail.com, with the subject: for the Stürmer & Grămoșteanu workshop. 4. There are 10 places available for the workshop. Selected candidates will be notified by email. 5. The workshop will take place at the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre in Bucharest.   Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 
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