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Props and Scenery includes aspects of scenery, set and properties construction, scenic painting, metal fabrication and technical and general drawing. Handling scenery, flying and general backstage skills of the mechanist are experienced, and students are closely involved in the practical work of live production on a regular basis. A wide range of skills are explored, including workshop management, construction, painting and props. Our students are encouraged to develop the initiative and problem-solving abilities needed in the production workshop. WAAPA’s Props and Scenery program offers training in vocational (VET) and degree courses which allows students to increase their academic qualifications with further study. The initial entry Diploma year articulates into a second year of study to achieve an Advanced Diploma. This in turn articulates into a Bachelor of Performing Arts that can be attained in three semesters. Read more.
These course pages detail entry requirements, fee and interview information. You can also apply from these pages.