MA Theatre Design at Wimbledon
January 8th, 2014
Features about all the students on the industry-based MA Theatre Design course are below… or go here to find out more about the course.
The 2013-14 group worked with the MA Digital Theatre students at Wimbledon, MA Choreographers from Laban at the National Gallery and MA Directors from E15 Acting School on both their sites.
They completed a model box project in their studio space designing one of Tim Crouch’s ‘I Shakespeare‘ plays using freehand and digital drawing, physical and computer aided modelling to communicate their ideas. They worked in the Wimbledon College’s theatre space to make a piece of live performance, on the afternoon and evening of Thursday 16th January 2014, under the guidance of artist Richard Layzell.
The theory and lecture programme supports an environment of discovery and challenge. They undertook personal research into scenography, set and costume design, and other forms of theatre practice, along with learning Vectorworks in a taught programme of instruction.
They made two exhibitions during the year and connected with an individually negotiated professional mentor in the latter stages of the course.
Go here to see their individual work: