work with us
If you would like to become a partner, we are open to any ideas and proposals that generate cooperation and opportunities for collaborative projects.
SCSA is based in Italy and the U.K. but, for the very nature of its activity, it works towards creating a network of satellite centres in Europe and further afield in order to foster collaborative projects and partnerships with artists, designers, technicians, architects, academics and postgraduates.
The SCSA aims:
– to promote the scenic arts with particular attention paid to the vocational training of young final-year students and postgraduates about to enter the professional world;
– to collaborate with those who operate in the entertainment and performing arts sphere by providing any type of technical and practical assistance;
– to produce digital and hard copy material for publication;
– To organize, in collaboration with theatre companies and other networks, and working together with set designers and costume designers, events such as festivals, permanent and itinerant exhibitions, conferences and practical work experience for professionals and postgraduates.
If you are interested in hosting any of the SCSA initiatives: workshops, performances, exhibitions, video production or any other event at your association, university, theatre or festival in your location, please write to us at: INFO@THESCENOGRAPHER.ORG
Denise Lupi (Stage designer), Henning Brockhaus (theatre director, stage e lighting designer), Ivan Stefanutti (Theatre director, stage and costume designer), Pieralli (Theatre director, stage and costume designer), Lorenzo Letizia (director, cinema and theatre critic), Maria Harman (journalist, editor), Gabriella Pescucci (costume design), Paolo Felici (art director, graphic designer, journalist), Luca Ruzza (media-architect, design, scenographer), A.J. Weissbard (lighting designer), Luca Dellatorre (architect, sound engineering, ARUP London), Pier Luigi Pizzi (theatre director, stage and costume designer), Maurizio Balò (stage e costume designer), Santi Centineo (architect, stage design), Ivana D’Agostino (art critic, Professor scenography an costume Accademia Belle Arti Venezia), Ivan Stefanutti (Theatre director, stage and costume designer).