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YEAR-END REPORT FROM PRESIDENT Dear OISTAT friends! Last year I remarked that it seems to get increasingly busy for OISTAT, and this proved to be a fact. Quite a year! Let me take you back to the OISTAT happenings in 2019, as seen from my personal point of view. In January, EC colleagues Marina, Kevin and myself kicked off by travelling to Warsaw, meeting Igor Roussanoff and Pawel Dobrzycki who organized ‘Costume at the Turn of the Century 1990 - 2015’ at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. Not having been able to visit the original exhibition in Moscow the year before, this was a great opportunity. We had the chance to meet the Vice-Minister of Culture and made the Academy an OISTAT Associate member. The EC convened in March, in Porto. As is customary, we planned a meeting at a new OISTAT Centre, and APCEN proved to be perfect for that. Apart from regular business and finances (satisfying and stable), we looked into a possible next contract with Taiwan, on which HQ had worked steadily. We made preparations for the Congress and Forum at PQ in Prague, and worked on Statutes and upcoming elections. We also discussed our Adjudication and Inclusion Policy, and membership strategy. Next stop: March, USITT in Louisville, Kentucky, to as customary convene and align with the board of USITT. It offered a good opportunity to meet OISTAT people at that side of the world. In spring, good news came from Taipei: the new contract assuring OISTAT Headquarters’ stay in Taiwan until the end of 2025 was ready! On May 28, the Deputy Minister of Culture and I signed the contract. And of course - I try to visit HQ at least 2 times a year I met Wan-Jung and her team, this time to prepare the upcoming Prague-meetings. Mid-2019 many events took place. First, EC member Kevin Rigdon and I attended the opening of the impressive exhibition ‘Innovation Costume of the 21st Century: The


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Next Generation’, at A.A. Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum in Moscow. A fine example of cooperation, creating an event that can be branded as a joint achievement. Then: directly to Prague, to PQ and the OISTAT Forum. As always, a multitude of OISTAT people gathered for the inspiring event. Studio ALTA was a good choice for us to escape turbulence and concentrate on meetings. The ‘OISTAT Forum: The Next 50 Years’ was a success and proof of engagement of members. We received valuable feedback. The Statutes were changed, and Norway (CREO) and the Society of Israeli Theatre Designers became an official OISTAT Centre. Elections were held for Performance Design, Research commissions, Lighting Design and Costume Design sub-commissions. A heart-felt thank you to the previous Chairs: Markéta Fantová, David Wilmore and Nick Moran. Simona Rybáková was re-elected Chair of the Costume Design sub-commission. We also laid the basis for SENA: Southern European & Northern African OISTAT Scenography and Theatre Technology Forum, planned to happen in October 2020 in Cairo. Our Prague adventure concluded festively with the ‘Fiesta: Meeting OISTAT’ (organized by The Theatres of Latin America). Next stop: Berlin, for Stage | Set | Scenery and the ‘RoundTable on International Cooperation’ and meetings of the Education and Publication & Communication commissions. I travelled to Berlin by joining the Historic Theatre Tour, to experience a wealth of amazing theatres – always a pleasure to join the Architecture commission. In Prague, we had met with representatives from the Shanghai Theatre Academy to discuss a possible Education Conference in Shanghai in 2020. As a result, William Kenyon and I visited Shanghai in September, to further investigate whether this joint conference on ‘Global Methods of Theatre Education’ was feasible. From Shanghai I flew on to Taiwan to visit HQ once more, to prepare for our upcoming EC/GB meetings. Mid- October, at the Central Academy of Drama in Beijing, iSTAN conference (International Stage Art Network) was held. EC colleagues Marina, Kevin and I attended and contributed with presentations. A good opportunity to get acquainted with activities of our ITI colleagues. In November, in Oslo at our brand-new member centre ‘CREO’, we convened for our EC/ GB meetings. Apart from business, the goal was to take time together to reflect on OISTAT and its future. It was useful and inspiring. Finally, I concluded this year’s OISTAT activities by travelling to Shanghai again, to join the ITI Partner Organization Meeting; an initiative to create more coherence between the international partners. It was an interesting conference, where we learned more about our mutual activities and goals, and confirmed the bond we have as “Official Partner Organization of ITI-UNESCO”. Our partners consider OISTAT to be a respected, solid and big international and well organized organization. Hey: we knew, but always nice to hear it said out loud ;-) I’m looking forward for OISTAT to be successful, inclusive and inspiring in 2020. I wish to thank everyone for your hard work, relentless optimism, and ongoing drive for our organization.


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DECEMBER 2019

PRESIDENT BERT DETERMANN

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OISTAT TIMELINE 2019 PORTO, PORTUGAL

MARCH 6-10 TAIPEI, TAIWAN

Executive Committee Meeting

MAY 28 PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

Signing Ceremony of OISTAT Headquarters in Taiwan

JUNE 1-21

JUNE 10 PQ & WSD Internship Program

JUNE 12 Fiesta: Meeting OISTAT

Sound Design Sub-Commission Meeting


OISTAT TIMELINE 2019

JUNE 13 OISTAT Forum: The Next 50 Years Call for World Stage Design 2025 Host Announcement

Architecture Commission Meeting

JUNE 14 Technology, Research Commissions, Lighting Design & Space Design Sub-Commissions Meetings

JUNE 15

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BERLIN, GERMANY

Costume Design Sub-Commission & Performance Design Commission Meetings

JUNE 18 Education Commission Meeting

Publication & Communication Commission Meeting

OSLO, NORWAY

DECEMBER 12

NOVEMBER 2-6

Executive Committee & Governing Board Meeting

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Call for World Stage Design 2021 Exhibition & Scenofest Announcement


TABLE OF CONTENTS OISTAT in 2019 Highlights

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Ongoing Projects

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OISTAT Publications

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OISTAT Channel

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OISTAT 2019 New Members

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Commissions & Meetings

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In Memoriam

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2019 Financial Report

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OISTAT Meetings & Events in 2020

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OISTAT Membership List

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OISTAT IN 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

OISTAT FORUM: THE NEXT 50 YEARS June 13 Studio ALTA, Prague, Czech Republic

OISTAT Forum invited OISTAT members and international guests to brainstorm the future development of the organization. Over 100 theatre practitioners gathered together sharing their opinions to form new idea of organizational strategies. In the forum, Statutes changes were approved by a majority vote. The main change is reducing the number of elected terms of leadership. To see the latest version of Statutes, → |click here|. |More photos| �


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FIESTA: MEETING OISTAT

Organized by OISTAT Spain, The Theatres of Latin America team and OISTAT, Fiesta: Meeting OISTAT was a fun night with spirit of OISTAT. The event was open to public, giving participants opportunities to meet OISTAT people.

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Studio ALTA, Prague, Czech Republic


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OISTAT HEADQUARTERS EXTENDS ITS STAY IN TAIWAN UNTIL 2025 May 28 Taipei, Taiwan

On May 28, President Bert Determann and Deputy Minister of Culture Taiwan (MOC), Hsiao Tsung-huang signed a new agreement to keep OISTAT Headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan until 2025. Over 50 prominent Taiwanese theatre professionals and distinguished guests from the cultural sectors attended the signing ceremony to support OISTAT and to celebrate the close collaboration between OISTAT and MOC ever since the Headquarters moved to Taipei in 2006. The cooperation between OISTAT and Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture ensures the work of the Headquarters for the global theatre community can continue for the coming 6 years.


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ONGOING PROJECTS


ONGOING PROJECTS

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WORLD STAGE DESIGN

World Stage Design (WSD) is a quadrennial theatre design exhibition and competition for individual designers. Touring from Toronto, Canada, Seoul, South Korea, Cardiff, UK and Taipei, Taiwan, WSD 2021 will take place in Calgary, Canada from August 5 to 15, 2021. Call for WSD 2021 exhibition is now online. Submit your design works produced between September 2016 and September 2020.

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|Call for WSD 2021 Exhibition| ← Stay tuned for more information on WSD 2021 |Website|Fanpage|Newsletter| ←

|Call for host of World Stage Design 2025| ← had been released. Proposal submissions should be made to HQ before May 31, 2021.

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SCENOFEST

Scenofest is a festival celebrating theatre designs. Along with World Stage Design, Scenofest in Calgary features three sisters, the mountain located near Canmore, Alberta, Canada. The themes of Scenofest inspired by the three sisters are Indigenous Ways of Knowing, Ecoscenography and Multiple Realities. Call for performances, workshops, masterclasses, panels and activities for community engagement or families is now open. |Call for Scenofest| �


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THEATRE ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION

Theatre Architecture Competition (TAC) is an international idea competition aimed at students and emerging architecture practitioners. TAC is organized by OISTAT Architecture commission. Call for submission will be released in 2020. The venue of TAC 2021 chosen by the TAC planning committee will be in Canada.

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TECHNICAL INVENTION PRIZE

Initiated by OISTAT Technology commission, Technical Invention Prize (TIP) calls for simple and smart solutions for theatre works. As the youngest one of OISTAT four major projects, TIP is going to have its third edition in 2021. Call for submission will be released in 2021.


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SENA: SOUTHERN EUROPEAN & NORTHERN AFRICAN OISTAT SCENOGRAPHY THEATRE TECHNOLOGY FORUM

SENA festival explores interactions of theatre environment between Southern Europe and North Africa countries through exhibition, performances, workshops and forums. The first SENA festival is hosted by OISTAT Egyptian Centre, the Egyptian Scenographers & Theatre Technicians Centre (ESTTC) and under the auspices of the Egyptian Ministry of Culture in Cairo, Egypt.

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|Call for Exhibition at SENA 2020 | �

October 8-17 Cairo, Egypt

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PQ & WSD INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

A co l l a b o ra t i o n b e t we e n O I STAT a n d P ra g u e Quadrennial. PQ & WSD Internship program aims at cultivating theatre talents through practice. 2019 internship program had 16 interns from Canada, France, Germany, Russia, UK, USA, Spain and Taiwan, working in five groups - scenic arts & construction management, design, production / arts management, lighting / sound technician and PR / media. Next internship program, led by project leaders Sean Crowley (UK) and MarkĂŠta FantovĂĄ (Czech Republic), will recruit eight more interns to work in WSD 2021 with eight from the last edition.


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OISTAT CHAT

OISTAT Chat is a webinar featuring theatre masters. OISTAT Chat provides OISTAT members exclusive benefit through a regular, cross-region and low budget platform to exchange ideas. The first episode will be in March 2020. Don’t miss it!

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|More about OISTAT Chat| ←

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OISTAT PUBLICATIONS

World Scenography 1975-1990

World Scenography 1990-2005

Understanding OISTAT – Network of Global Theatre Professionals

Theatre Architecture Competition 2017 Catalogue

Technical Invention Prize 2017 Catalogue

50 Years of OISTAT


OISTAT Channel presents the organization and its projects by vivid videos. Visit OISTAT Channel to explore more about OISTAT.

OISTAT PUBLICATIONS AND CHANNEL

OISTAT CHANNEL |More videos| ←

|What is OISTAT?| ←

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|What is World Stage Design?| ←

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|OISTAT Signing Ceremony in 2019| ←


2019 NEW MEMBERS OISTAT Centres Associate Members Individual Members

Individual Members Adriana Raicu Petre (Romania) Chrisi Karvonides (USA) Duncan Chang (Taiwan) Faust Peneyra (The Philippines) Hafshizan Hashim (Malaysia) Iztok Hrga (Slovenia) Kazue Hatano (Japan) Khalifah Alhajri (Kuwait) Madeline Taylor (Australia) Megan Gill (Trinidad) Paul David Brownbill (UK) Runshan Zhao (China) Tessa Rixon (Australia) Xiaoxiao Wang (China)


CREO-the Union for Arts and Culture (Norway) The Society of Israeli Theatre Designers (Israel)

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OISTAT Centres

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OISTAT Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan

The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (Poland) Theatre Safety Center in Korea Testing Laboratory (Republic of Korea) UCPA-United Creators for the Performing Arts (Japan)

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COMMISSIONS & MEETINGS

ARCHITECTURE COMMISSION June 13-17 Prague, Czech Republic

EDUCATION COMMISSION June 18 Berlin, Germany

Led by AC Chair Tim Foster (UK), the meeting focused on future plans, programs in Prague Quadrennial 2019 and Word Stage Design 2021. From June 14 to 17, AC members had a four-day tour of Baroque theatres in Czech Republic and Germany, visiting Litomyšl Baroque Theatre, Český Krumlov Castle Theatre, Markgravial Opera House Bayreuth, Ekhof Theatre Gotha, Private Theatre at Kochberg Palace and Goethe Theater Bad Lauchstädt.

Hosted by DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft), the OISTAT German Centre, the Education meeting took place in Berlin in conjunction with Publication & Communication commission in Stage | Set | Scenery. Attendees were invited to a full day symposium on theatre architecture, followed by a half-day at the conference and a half-day in business meetings.


COMMISSIONS & MEETINGS

RESEARCH COMMISSION June 14 Prague, Czech Republic

Research commission aims at promoting collaborative international research around history, theory and practice. In the annual meeting of Research commission, Kate Burnett (UK) was elected as the new Chair and Carl Walling (USA) as the Vice Chair of Research. Thanks to David Wilmore (UK) for leading the commission.

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PUBLICATION & COMMUNICATION COMMISSION June 18

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Berlin, Germany

PCC meeting was chaired by Hubert Eckart (Germany) with discussion on commission projects such as OISTAT blog and theatre words translation application. Maximilian Rรถger (Germany) from the Martin Roth Initiative was invited to share how they provide service to persecuted artists. The future is increasingly digital in publication and communication. Eckart referred to this with other projects which he put up for discussion. For example, a blog would be offered which the commissioners could "feed" and exchange views on the subject. He also presented new programs that could significantly improve the digital encyclopedia "Theatre Words" and add more functions.


PERFORMANCE DESIGN COMMISSION June 15

Performance Design commission had Chair election in the meeting. PDC members elected Rob Eastman-Mullins (USA) as the new Chair for the next four years. A big thank you goes to former Chair Markéta Fantová (Czech Republic) for her dedication and hard work to leading the commission.

Prague, Czech Republic

TECHNOLOGY COMMISSION June 14 Prague, Czech Republic

The Chair Gabriele Högg (Germany) invited TC members to present their ongoing projects of theatre technology and safety, including “What’s Happening in Europe” presented by Chris Van Goethem (Belgium), “Conference by Candlelight” by Ivo Kermaekers (Belgium), and “Fundamentals for a Safe Event” by Christian Buschhoff (Germany).


COMMISSIONS & MEETINGS

COSTUME DESIGN SUB-COMMISSION June 15 Prague, Czech Republic

LIGHTING DESIGN SUB-COMMISSION June 14 Prague, Czech Republic

The Costume Design sub-commission leadership shared information about the activities held in the past PDC/C meetings and presented the ongoing and future projects. PDC/C members were represented through all branches of PQ19. Special mention was given to the member costume designers winners of PQ awards. Costume Design sub-commission members elected Simona Rybรกkovรก (Czech Republic) as the Chair, and Rosane Muniz (Brazil) and Sofia Pantouvaki (Greece) agreed to continue as Vice Chairs.

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Lighting Design meeting was chaired by the former Chair Kimmo Karjunen (Finland). In the meeting, He invited Lighting Design sub-commission to have meeting in lighting festival Lux Helsinki in Helsinki, Finland, in conjunction with Education meeting 2020.

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Lighting Design sub-commission elected new Chair Dinesh Yadav (India) and Vice Chair Todd Studebaker (USA). Thanks to Nick Moran (UK) and Kimmo Karjunen for their leadership.


SOUND DESIGN SUB-COMMISSION June 10 Prague, Czech Republic

SPACE DESIGN SUB-COMMISSION June 14 Prague, Czech Republic

Sound Design members and attendees shared their practices through ListenHear, 20 slides for 20 seconds each, during the annual meeting. Sound Design sub-commission had various programs in Prague Quadrennial 2019, including nine wildly varied presentations by sound artists, an open workshop and a roundtable discussion.

Space Design meeting was run by Co-Chairs Fiona Watt (UK) and Rob Eastman-Mullins(USA). Attendees were split to five groups discussing future development of Space Design sub-commission. Discussions mainly focused on possible meeting locations and World Stage Design 2021 proposals.


COMMISSIONS & MEETINGS

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING March 6-10 Porto, Portugal

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE & GOVERNING BOARD MEETING Oslo, Norway

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Executive Committee and Governing Board were invited by Christina Lindgren (Norway) from Oslo National Academy of the Arts to have meeting in Oslo, Norway. Future Development of the organization was the main focus of the meeting. EC & GB members also met with the leaders of CREO-the Union for Arts and Culture, OISTAT Norwegian Centre, to get deeper understanding of OISTAT new Centre. OISTAT IN 2019

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OISTAT Executive Committee meeting was hosted by OISTAT Portugal Centre APCEN (Associação Portuguesa de Cenografia). EC members had discussion on membership development, OISTAT events in PQ and Statutes revision. OISTAT and Portugal - Public conference was held by APCEN and the local artists, sharing the challenges they faced in terms of developing.


IN MEMORIAM


IN MEMORIAM

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HENK VAN DER GEEST

Henk van der Geest (-June 13, 2019) had been the Chair of OISTAT Lighting Design sub-commission (former Lighting Design working group) for 14 years and served as OISTAT Executive Committee member from 2005 to 2009. He founded lighting design educational institute iLo, and played an important role in VPT (Vereniging voor Podiumtechnologie, OISTAT Dutch Centre.) Henk van der Geest was an important inspirator to a lot of people and an extraordinary man in theatre and lighting design field. OISTAT community extends our deepest condolences to Henk van der Geest’s family, friends and colleagues. He will be truly missed.

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2019 FINANCIAL REPORT


INCOME (€)

Organizational Costs

127,552

Salary and Professional Fees Office Expenses General Operating Expenses Meeting Expenses

72,527 33,274 5,897 15,854 12,622

Activities OISTAT at PQ /PQ &WSD Internship OISTAT Seed Money Digital Theatre Words App Taiwan Development Fund Fund

6,489 2,000 471 3,662

Ministry of Culture

138,889

2019 FINANCIAL REPORT

EXPENDITURE (€)

(Taiwan) Subsidy Membership Fees

Sales

17,200

122

DTW Sales Income Other Book Sales

88 34

Interest

92

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

TOTAL INCOME

€ 140,174

€ 156,303

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BALANCE

Income over Expenditure

€ 16,129 OISTAT IN 2019

OISTAT's expenses vary from year to year. There are years of projects where expenses are greater, and years where projects and expenses are less.


OISTAT EVENTS AND MEETINGS IN 2020


Dates

January

6-11

May

25-27 June

18-20 September

4-6

Meetings & Events

Education Commission Meeting

Locations

Helsinki, Finland

OISTAT EVENTS AND MEETINGS IN 2020

OISTAT EVENTS AND MEETINGS IN 2020

Lighting Design Sub-Commission Meeting Costume Design Sub-Commission Meeting

Mexico City, Mexico

Architecture Commission Meeting

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Research Commission Meeting

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SENA: Southern European & Northern African OISTAT Scenography and Theatre Technology Forum October

8-17

Technology Commission Meeting

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Cairo, Egypt

Performance Design Commission Meeting Sound Design Sub-Commission Meeting Space Design Sub-Commission Meeting

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OISTAT MEMBERSHIP LIST


OISTAT MEMBERSHIP LIST

OISTAT CENTRES 1

Austria

OETHG | Österreichische Theatertechnische Gesellschaft

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Belgium

STEPP | Steunpunt voor Productionele, Ontwerpende, en Technische krachten van de brede culturele sector

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Bulgaria

UBA | Union of Bulgarian Actors

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Canada

CITT/ICTS | Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology/l'Institut canadien des technologies scénographiques

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China

CISD | Chinese Institute of Stage Design

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Cyprus

CYCSTAT | Cyprus Centre of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians

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Czech Republic

ČOSDAT | Česká organizace scénografů, divadelních architektů a techniků

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Denmark

DS | Danske Scenografer

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Egypt

ESTTC | Egyptian Scenographers & Theatre Technicians Centre

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Finland

Suomen OISTAT-keskus

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France

UDS | Union des Scénographes

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Georgia

YTA UNION | Valerian Gunia Union of Young Theatre Artists

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Germany

DTHG | Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft

14

Hong Kong

HKATTS | Hong Kong Association of Theatre Technicians and Scenographers

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Hungary

Hungarian OISTAT Center

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Israel

The Society of Israeli Theatre Designers

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Japan

OISTAT Japan Center

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Norway

CREO | The Union for Arts and Culture

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The Netherlands

VPT | Vereniging voor Podiumtechnologie

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The Philippines

PATDAT | Philippine Association of Theatre Designers and Technicians

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Poland

Polskie Centrum OISTAT

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Portugal

APCEN | Associação Portuguesa de Cenografia

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Russia

Russian OISTAT Centre

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Serbia

SCEN | Centre for Scene Design, Architecture and Technology

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Slovak Republic

PRO SCENA | SLOVENSKÁ SCÉNOGRAFICKÁ SPOLOČNOSŤ, občianske združenie profesionálnych scénografov a technikov

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Spain

AOS | Association OISTAT Spain

Sweden

STTF | Svensk Teaterteknisk Förening

Taiwan

TATT | Taiwan Association of Theatre Technology

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UK

ABTT | Association of British Theatre Technicians

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UK

SBTD | The Society of British Theatre Designers

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USA

USITT | United States Institute for Theatre Technology

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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 1

Argentina

INDEES | Instituto de Estudios Escenográficos en Artes Escénicas y Audiovisuales

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Australia

Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne

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Belgium

RITCS School of Arts (Erasmus Hogeschool Brussel)

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Belgium

ShowTex

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Belgium

theatrEurope vzw

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China

Golden Sea Professional Equipment Limited

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India

SGT University

8

Japan

UCPA | United Creators for the Performing Arts

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Kazakhstan

T.K. Zhurgenov Kazakh National Academy of Arts

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The Netherlands

HKU University of the Arts

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The Netherlands

Theateradvies bv

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The Philippines

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde

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Poland

The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw

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Republic of Korea

Theatre Safety Center in Korea Testing Laboratory

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Russia

The A.A. Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum

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Russia

Burakova Art Workshop, Ltd.

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UK

Guildhall School of Music and Drama

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UK

Association of Sound Designers

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UK

Clark Door Limited

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USA

Auburn University Department of Theatre

21

USA

Carnegie Mellon University, School of Drama

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USA

Syracuse Scenery & Stage Lighting


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Australia

Cornelis Casey Van Sebille

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INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS 34

Nigeria

Femi Majekodunmi

2

Australia

Richard Roberts

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Norway

Christina Lindgren

3

Australia

Madeline Taylor

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Republic of Korea

Jeong Sik Yoo

4

Australia

Tessa Rixon

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Republic of Korea

Taesup Lee

5

Bangladesh

Faiz Zahir

38

Romania

Adrian Damian

6

Brazil

Aby Cohen

39

Romania

Adriana Raicu Petre

7

Brazil

Flor Dias

40

Russia

Vladimir Avdeev

8

Brazil

Izabel (Beli) Araújo

41

Slovenia

Iztok Hrga

9

Brazil

Renato Bolelli Rebouças

42

Singapore

Ping Lu

10

Brazil

Rosane Muniz

43

Singapore

Tommy Wong

11

China

Xiaoxiao Wang

44

South Africa

Illka Louw

China

Xian Wu

45

Spain

José Luis Ferrera Esteban

China

Runshan Zhao

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Taiwan

Chan Chun Huang

14

Croatia

Ivana Bakal

47

Taiwan

Duncan Chang

15

Cuba

José Antonio Prades Hung

48

16

France

Cyril Lamy

The Netherlands

Louis Janssen (Honorary Member)

17

Georgia

Ketevan Shavgulidze

49

The Netherlands

Yaron Abulafia

18

Germany

Gabriele Högg

50

The Philippines

Faust Peneyra

Germany

Karin Winkelsesser (Honorary Member)

Lex Marcos

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Greece

Emmanouela Vogiatzaki Krukowski

21

Greece

Evangelia (Lila) Karakosta

22

Greece

Sofia Pantouvaki

23

India

Dinesh Yadav

24

Ireland

Catherine O’Carroll

25

Ireland

Sabine Dargent

26

Italy

Federico Tesio

27

Italy

Umberto Di Nino

28

Japan

Kazue Hatano

29

Kuwait

Waleed Ameer

30

Kuwait

Khalifah Alhajri

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Malaysia

Hafshizan Hashim

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New Zealand

Tolis Papazoglou

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Nigeria

Adeshina Vincent Ayodele

51

The Philippines

52

Trinidad & Tobago Megan Gill

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Tunisia

Mahdi Troudi

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Turkey

Canan Göknil Eryurt

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Turkey

Evcimen Perçin

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UK

Paul David Brownbill

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USA

Chrisi Karvonides

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USA

Kevin Barton Held

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USA

Kevin Rigdon

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USA

Michael Ramsaur

61

USA

Randy Earle

62

USA

Richard Bryant

63

USA

Scott Andrew Cally

64

USA

Susan Mickey

65

USA

Thomas C. Umfrid

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JOIN OISTAT OISTAT currently has Centre Members, Associate Members, and Individual Members in more than 50 countries. Members come together to exchange ideas, encourage innovations and promote international collaborations through meetings, conferences or projects. Members are invited to participate in OISTAT international meetings, workshops, presentations and projects with a goal of sharing information, networking, collaborating and shaping the global theatre community. For more information on becoming a member of OISTAT, please visit us at www.oistat.org or email us at headquarters@oistat.org .


International Organisation of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians President

Bert Determann

Executive Committee Duncan Ei-Eu Chang, Hazem Shebl, Ivo Kersmaekers, Jan K. Rolník, Kevin Rigdon, Marina Raytchinova, Sean Crowley Governing Board

Dinesh Yadav, Fiona Watt, Gabriele Högg, Hubert Eckart, Joe Pino, Kate Burnett, Rob Eastman-Mullins, Rosane Muniz, Simona Rybáková, Sofia Pantouvaki, Tim Foster, William Kenyon

Executive Director

Wan-Jung Wei

HQ Team Members Chen-Shin Wang, Szu-Yun Yu, Ting-Na Wang, Wei-Ping Chen Graphic Design

Ming-Wei Liu

Photo Contributors

Anpis Wang, Che-Hung Chien, Chun-Yen Wu, Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft (DTHG), Filip Beránek, Flor Dias, Jari Juntunen, Joris Thiry, Lin chun-yung, Milan Bureš, Wan-Jung Wei, Wei-Ping Chen, Yu Lin

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