Bachelor in Scenography
Facts about the program
- ECTS Credits:
- Study duration:
- 3 years
- Start of studies programme:
- Autumn 2022
- Teaching language:
- Fredrikstad, Norway
- Application opens:
- January 1st
- Application deadline:
- March 1st
- Term fee:
- NOK 800
The BA in Scenography explores and reveals the interdependence of architecture and theatre towards a broad understanding of the field, while emphasizing both practical, experimental, as well as theoretical approaches. Students develop scenic design projects, create and engage in spatial dialogues on stage, in museums, in the public space within the city or in nature. They reflect upon and substantiate ways to discuss, investigate and activate current themes, developments and potentials within society and distinct communities. An international faculty supports the students to identify and probe their own approaches, methods and skills to the wide field of scenography.
Next admission for BA in Scenography (August 2025-June 2028) will be early 2025. More information will be published when the deadline approaches.
- I had a tiny voice inside me telling me the small stuff is important Feb. 23, 2022
Mari Lassen Kamsvaag wanted to learn how to listen closer to her inner voice. As a scenography student at NTA she found a solid connection to her artistic work, art in general, everyday life and - the rest of the world.
- You invest your time, your emotions, I guess your whole self Feb. 8, 2019
Miriam (27) was looking for a place where she could combine her interests and be part of an international community. She found just that as a scenography student at Norwegian Theatre Academy, where she soon will be graduating. Read the soon-to-be alumni student interview to learn more about being a scnography student at NTA.
Monika Gunnes Stageboe
Programme CoordinatorNorwegian Theatre Academy.
Artistic Director Scenography, Professor Serge von Arx