Scenography and Art History: Performance Design and Visual Culture, our book project with Bloomsbury will be published this spring. We are so excited and grateful to our fantastic team of contributors and to our helpful and supportive network of friends, colleagues and fellow Scenography and Art History researchers.
Here you can access our research blogs on expanded scenography and visual culture. These are on theoretical and methodological ideas and issues , or shorter reflections and opinion pieces, conferences etc.
A report from Greer Crawly, at Royal Holloway: We need some good news this year. As for art history and scenography - you can see it in action here at Royal Holloway where the Picture Gallery has been transformed into a Covid Testing centre for staff and students!! ...
Recent research from the university of Gothenburg: Viveka talks about scented scenographics and olfactory art in a video presentation at the Museum Exhibition Design Conference, an online conference and a permanent web-resource hosted by the department for Design History at the university of Brighton (1-11 September 2020).
A new and inspiring web resource, free and accessible for all! The Museum Exhibition Design: Histories and Futures conference, hosted by the Centre for Design History at the University of Brighton, UK, 1-11 September 2020, is now an open access web archive.
Call for papers: Hamlet and the North: Origins, Exchanges and Appropriations. The call welcomes scenography and costume scholars.
We are happy to contribute to the Critical Costume on-line conference and web library. Please join us, spread the word and feel free to share the on-line reference library with presentations and flash talks about the latest in costume theory and practice. See our videos here!
We congratulate Dr Olga Nikolaeva on her international postdoc project granted the Swedish Research Council spring 2020.
Here we go again - more scenography research! Finally, my testing of expanded scenography as a scholarly tool for accessing long gone audience experiences in multimodal situations has been published. The chapter contributes to the interdisciplinary field of scenography studies. I hope that interested readers can persuade libraries to make the...
We are very excited about the upcoming book Performance Costume - New Perspectives and Methods, eds Sofia Pantouvaki & Peter McNeil, Bloomsbury 2020. This is a much needed comprehensive overview of costume theory and methods to understand costume agency, firmly based in new costume theory and case studies. Viveka is happy to contribute to the...