Learn the basics of:

How to choose and use the proper products and tools for different scenic challenges. Learn the terms and techniques before you get to the jobsite.

Tricks of the trade:

  • Outdoor venues… what works and how to apply it
  • How to choose the right product for the project
  • Recipes for mixing for a variety of applications
  • How to apply various products for successful outcomes
  • Down and dirty cracked plaster technique
  • Quick dry coating formulas
  • What sticks to what and how
  • Reliable, durable… Sealers Interior/Exterior and Tough surfaces
  • Concrete/ Concrete substitutes

What to expect:

  • Power point Presentations
  • Demonstrations
  • Samples to examine
  • Some hands-on opportunities
  • Hand-outs with pertinent info
  • List of materials
Program Facilitator(s):

Diane Fargo: Scenic Charge Artist/ Faculty Boston University

Tacy L. Flaherty: Scenic Artist/ Former Assoc. Charge Artist Public Theater

Tiziana Mazziotto Ingram: Scenic Artist (829 Member)

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Studio School of Design, Local USA 829 and SDCF present:
Director, Choreographer & Designer In-Person Networking Event for Theatrical Performance

Studio School of Design is partnering with Local USA 829 and Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation to co-host a ZOOM director/choreographer-designer networking event.

It will primarily consist of one-on-one meetings where directors/choreographers will be paired with designers.

SPACE IS LIMITED – Please sign up by January 9th, 2024. This series is open to designers, directors, and choreographers at all stages of their careers. This is open to union, and non-union designers in all categories, and directors and choreographers do not need to be members of SDC to attend.

THIS IS A TWO-HOUR ONLINE EVENT. Since it is structured as a series of one-on-ones, we ask that you stay the whole time. ASL interpreters are available. To help us book the correct number of interpreters, please let us know if you would use this resource by January 9.

Price: FREE!
Program Facilitator(s):

Daisy Long and Jane Shaw

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