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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.
Congratulations to our six graduated master students in scenography: Liam Alzafari, Anne Cecilie Lie, Annike Flo, Tolga Balci, Nemanja Čađo and Sara Evelyn
“Spectral collaborations: performative entanglement in the archives of Nordic participation in Trans-Atlantic slavery” is the title of NTA´s new Artistic Research project - that has been selected by VETENSKAPSRÅDET (Research Council of Sweden) to be funded with 400.000 SEK for the period 01.01.2019- 31.03.2020 in the call NOS-HS Workshops 2018 (Humanities and Social Sciences).
Three of NTA's graduating master students Tolga Balci, Nemanja Čađo and Liam Monzer Alzafari will present their final work in November and December. Tolga's performances will take place in Moss, while Nemanja's and Liam's performances will be located in Fredrikstad. They would like to welcome you to their grand finale.
The third year students at NTA, together with Kari Holtan/Boya Bøckman/De Utvalgte presents "ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES" at NTA in November.
The Blind Spot Artistic Research Project is collaborating with the Medical Museum of the Norwegian Technical Museum in Oslo to open a new exhibition in May 2019.
The dreamer performer in the frame of [frasq] # 10 - gets off to a flying start! Comedian-performer, choreographer and researcher Biño Sauitzvy took us into a space-time where the night became white, and the day became black.
NTA's graduating master student in scenography Sara Evelyn will present her final master project at Håøya this Saturday 6th of October.
Welcome to NTA's open Tuesday lectures with visiting artists and researchers this fall. All six lectures takes place on Tuesdays from 18:00 to 20:00 at NTA in Fredrikstad. Free entrance! Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to join.
Norwegian Theatre Academy has been selected to receive EU funding from the programme Creative Europe to investigate hidden and neglected cultural heritage in three different and distinct places in Europe.
Newfangled Futures September 6 at 18:00, Vitenparken in Ås: Anne Cecilie Lie and Annike Flo invites you to the official opening and vernissage of their final master productions "Entangled in the Mesh" (Lie) and "c o c r e a t : e : u r e s" (Flo).
NTA could finally celebrate the opening of the new Master in Performance.
We have the pleasure to announce that NTA has received funding for one year research project “Material Strategies” from the programme for artistic research (PKU).