Høgskolen i Østfold
«Scenografi betyr å iscenesette, det er å skape et tomrom og presist definere en åpenhet eller å lage et potensiale hvor ting kan utvikle seg.», sa professor Serge von Arx da han deltok i en debatt om arkitektur i regi av NRK.
Through her research Electa Behrens, associate professor of voice and acting at the Norwegian Theatre Academy, calls for a re-envisioning of traditional voice training, emphasizing that pedagogy needs to adapt to intra-cultural contexts.
“Documenting Music with Non-Sonic Elements“
Six individual MA Performance students will share part of phase one of their research, in a series of open events this fall. NTA’s study plan for the MA Performance research project is organised as a series of public events happening between fall and spring of the second year of the course, organised in two phases, rather than a single final MA production.
* Please notice that two of the sharings are presented at Litteraturhuset, and the other four sharings are presented at Norwegian Theatre Academy. All of them in Fredrikstad.
Norwegian Theatre Academy offers two MA programs, MA in Scenography and MA in Performance. The application deadline for both programs is December 1 this year, and the application portal is now open.
After eight years working as a costume designer in London, Annike Flo decided she was ready for her personal master project in scenography at Norwegian Theatre Academy.
Taking part in a workshop and the caring atmosphere at Norwegian Theatre Academy (NTA) triggered artist Fernanda Branco to engage as a full-time student at the international master program in performance.
Don't miss out on tomorrow's Everything Is Outside - Light works for Elvelangs 2019. Our bachelor students in scenography are currently working in Oslo with Elvelangs, and you can see their (and a lot of other's) work TOMORROW, Thursday 26th of September at 20:00.
"Performances in a landscape of an audience-responsive sound sculpture" NTA's Artistic Reseach Fellow Gunhild Mathea Olaussen will show her work as part of Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter this upcoming weekend. Don't miss out on "Resonans" this September!
Current and former students at Norwegian Theatre Academy kicked off this Fall with the very first NTA ALUMNI WORKSHOP WEEK.
Welcome to all new bachelor students, and welcome back to all current master students. We are looking forward to a new semester here at NTA. Go the event "Official semester start for new students" for information about your first week here at NTA. See you!
A selection of the artistic work made by our newly graduated students is presentented in the graduation catalogue. Take a look at the last edition!
Bachelor students in acting and scenography have recieved their diplomas and are on their way into the world as professionals. Congratulations to you all, we are very proud! NTA is now closing down for summer holidays, and to prepare for new bachelor classes arriving in August.
NTA's graduating students in acting and scenography presents: "I WANNA KNOW WHAT LOVE IS" by RASHDASH and the graduating students. Six performances in Fredrikstad and in Oslo!
On February 21-23, NTA's graduating students in acting and scenography presents their Final Independent Productions. Five different productions presented all three days in different locations in Fredrikstad.
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.
Marina Popovic (31) has been busy since graduating her acting studies at Norwegian Theatre Academy. She has been touring internationally and acted in several projects for stage and screen. She is now working in a full time position at the regional theatre Teater Ibsen in Skien. Read the alumni student interview to learn more about being an acting student at NTA.
On Friday 25th January 2019, " Orfeus stiger ner" opened in Dramatens Elverket in Stockholm, where our 3rd year scenography student Miriam Myrthel Pedersen has been an incredibly fabulous director's and scenographer's assistant, and Serge von Arx (artistic director for scenography) was in charge of the scenography.
Serge von Arx has recently published an article in Theatre and Performance Design, an international peer-reviewed journal of scenography. Publishing innovative artistic practice alongside theoretical research, the journal critically evaluates the effect of scenography on the aesthetics and politics of performance and facilitates dialogue amongst practitioners, scholars, and audience.