Theatre and Media Arts

Scenic Design

Scenic Design
Comprehensive course in scenic design for stage and screen: scenic history and theory; renderings and model construction; script research; scenic paperwork; collaboration techniques; preparation for work as assistant and/or full designer positions in departmental productions.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesTMA 259; TMA 258 (concurrent enrollment allowed) or instructor's consent.
 RecommendedTMA 366R or concurrent enrollment.
 ProgramsContaining TMA 363
Course Outcomes: 

Art Skills

Students will demonstrate professional rendering, drafting, modeling, and design skills for theoretical stage-design projects.

Scene Design Skills

Students will employ the skills of collaboration, script analysis, research, and aural and visual commnication to define and resolve the challenges of scene design for theatre and media productions.


Students will produce effective visual materials for personal portfolios and demonstrate an ability to constructively critique other designers.