Scenic design
Scenic design (also known as scenography, stage design, set design or production design) is the creation of theatrical, as well as film or television scenery. Scenic designers come from a variety of ...
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Production designer
In film and television, a production designer or P.D is the person responsible for the overall look of a filmed event such as a film, TV program, video game, music video or advertisement. Production d...
Opsis
Opsis (Ancient Greek: ὄψις) is the Greek word for spectacle in the theatre and performance. Its first use has been traced back to Aristotle's Poetics. It is now taken up by theatre critics, histo...
Mario Prassinos
Mario Prassinos (1916–1985) was a French modernist painter, printmaker, illustrator, stage designer, and writer of Greek-Italian descent.
Prassinos was born in Istanbul, Ottoman Empire (now Turkey...
Duratrans
A duratrans is an element used in some television news sets and theater designs. Duratrans are most often used to create the backgrounds that appear behind news presenters or anchors. If it is used in...
Set construction
Set construction is the process by which a construction manager undertakes to build full scale scenery suitable for viewing by camera, as specified by a Production Designer or Art Director working i...
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Spahn Ranch
Spahn Ranch, also known as the Spahn Movie Ranch, was a 500-acre (2.0 km) movie ranch used for filming generally Western-themed movies and television programs. With mountainous terrain, boulder-s...
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Golden Oak Ranch
Golden Oak Ranch is an 890 acres (3.6 km) movie ranch owned by The Walt Disney Studios that serves as a filming location and backlot. The ranch is off of Placerita Canyon Road in Canyon Country, ...
Periaktos
Periaktos (plural form Periaktoi, from Greek revolving) is a device used for displaying and rapidly changing theatre scenes. It was first mentioned in Vitruvius' book on architecture, De architectura ...
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Prague Quadrennial
Held in Prague once every fourth years since 1967, the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space or Prague Quadrennial is the world's largest event in the field of scenography, consisting of ...
Scenic painting
Theatrical scenic painting includes wide-ranging disciplines, encompassing virtually the entire scope of painting and craft techniques. An experienced scenic painter will have skills in landscape pain...
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Éric Vigner
Éric Vigner (born October 27, 1960 in Rennes, France) is a French stage director, scenic designer and theater director of the CDDB - Théâtre de Lorient, Centre Dramatique National, France
Éric Vig...
Column wave
The column wave is a 16th-century stage machine created to mimic movement of the ocean.Developed by Nicola Sabbatini, the machine was an effective way to give the appearance of a wave-filled sea. It ...
Mamoru Iriguchi
Mamoru Iriguchi is a Japanese multimedia artist and theatre designer. He studied zoology at Kyoto University and then obtained an MA in Theatre Design from Nottingham Trent University. His designs inc...
Scenery wagon
A scenery wagon, also known as a stage wagon, is a mobile platform that is used to support and transport movable, three-dimensional theatrical scenery on a theater stage. In most cases, the scenery is...
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Karel Černý (art director)
Karel Černý (7 April 1922 – 5 September 2014) was a Czech art director and production designer. He won an Academy Award in the category Best Art Direction for the film Amadeus. He died aged 92 i...
Cyclorama (theater)
A cyclorama is a large curtain or wall, often concave, positioned at the back of the stage area. It was popularized in the German theater of the 19th century and continues in common usage today in the...
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