Workshops

Planned workshops

At the moment we are rescheduling the European workshop tours canceled due the COVID19 crisis and organising new European workshop tours for 2021-2022-2023

    • 2021-08 Canada: 5-day workshop adjacent to World Stage Design 2021 in Calgary. Planning extra 5-day workshop with Margaret Mitchell on “Using Heritage Theatre Technology in Theatre Costume” (working title). (In process of reschedulling)
    • Autumn 2020, Belgium: awaiting COVID decisions, we are planning a workshop for the Association de "Techniciens Professionels du Spectacle" (ATPS).
    • The 2020-05 & 06: Workshop tour Budapest-Bucharest-Thessaloniki-Sofia was canceled due COVID 19
    • The March 2020 Iberian workshop tour (Sevilla-Evora-Porto) was canceled after last day in Sevilla due COVID 19

March 2020, Sevilla, Workshop

At the Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Sevilla 8 students and 3 professors attended. In this workshop we also introduced and experimented for the first time with a traveling turntable. At the very end of this workshop, no time left to break down the setup and all materials used had to be temporarily abandoned in the closed school, awaiting better times for recuperation.

Impressions

June 2019, Berlin, Demonstration Stage|Set|Scenery

During this Stage|Set|Scenery trade fair, we presented several times a day the advantages and inspiration that can be gained from the understanding of heritage theatre technical equipment.

Impressions

May 2019, Göteborg, Workshop

At the YRGO, högre yrkesutbildning Göteborg, we had 16 attendants working in different groups on different technics. For the alternative elevator system a standalone structure has been introduced successfully where two side elevators counterweighted a central elevator.

2018 Cardiff, Workshop

In 2018, during OISTAT’s 50 year celebration at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, Wales, for the first time an experimental workshop “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” was organised by Jerome Maeckelbergh, who switched from working with his 1/10 scale model of a heritage theatre under-stage to a workshop with full-sized experiments, using contemporary low-budget materials for creating alternatives for this versatile historic theatre technology without the need of a heritage under-stage. This makes it useful for any performance space, even in open air.

The final presentation