SCSA (Study Centre Scenic Arts) is to launch in March 2017 new digital magazines on theatre architecture and stagecraft. This publication will provide a broad panoramic on the best of what is being designed in theatre architecture on an international scale.
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Today, stagecraft continues to be relegated to a niche environment, serving a small number of practitioners and learners. Our mission is to organizing professional training opportunities and providing constant refresh at a sustainable cost for an unlimited number of users. That is why we have launched the first bilingual magazine (English/Italian) featuring contemporary stagecraft and design with an international distribution (213 countries worldwide) that is fully digitized, rich in multimedia content, video clips and a gallery of stunning images.
As familiar as we are with the idea of open-source and of sharing ideas and information, (social networks, reality, docufiction, etc.), entertainment is today a driving force in society and a permanent element in the creation of western societies. Architecture has easily moved on from the predictions made by Yona Friedman and the famous Fun Palace project by Cedric Price.
The questions that we now ask ourselves and which our magazine could interpret are the following: what scenarios will play out in the uncertain future of the mediatisation of society? What cultural challenge will architecture destined for entertainment purposes leave for the next millennium? What destiny then does entertainment, the engine of society, reserve for architecture? Perhaps the age of mythicisation of performance art is now over, and we are now more used to interaction. In architecture, too, one perceives that spectacularisation is no longer considered an avant-garde necessity but a primary need that accounts for its effect on language and its effect on the themes that society demands on new architectures.