Develop your ability to work visually in a collaborative setting. Immerse yourself in the imaginative and analytical processes of communicating design ideas to create entire worlds on stage and in diverse of performance spaces. Discover and develop your own unique artistic voice as you explore the vast possibilities inherent in the world of scenographic innovation.
In a Faculty of Fine Arts that ranks among the very best in North America, with next-level facilities for creating set, costumes, lighting and props, you’ll learn how to conceive of and realize the visual framework of a theatrical production.
Courses balance conceptual and technical training led by eminent practitioners in their field. With an emphasis on learning by experiencing — including helping design department productions — you’ll be well-positioned to take on the professional world of performance design in a live context.
Take in Montreal’s vibrant cultural scene through field trips to venues like Le Grand Costumier and a constellation of theatres that regularly present new works by artists in Quebec and from around the world.
Following the review of your application, short-listed applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview via videoconference. It is your responsibility to book an interview and submit your portfolio.
Check program availabillity as late applications will continue to be accepted for certain programs for an undetermined amount of time.
Minimum cut-off averages should be used as indicators. The cut-off data may change depending on the applicant pool. Applicants who meet the stated minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission to these programs.
We consider complete applications year round and we give priority to applicants who apply by official deadlines. Late applications will be considered if places are still availablefor the fall term only.
Either recently created or completely renovated, our performance spaces encourage creativity. You will rehearse in smart rooms that look out over the city, perform in theatres with beautiful acoustics and great sightlines, and build sets and props in incredible design workshops. It’s hard to imagine what we can't do in these facilities:
Multiple performance spaces, from the large, refurbished D.B. Clarke Theatre and Loyola’s F.C. Smith Auditorium, to the Cazalet Studio, our intimate black box space
Four acting studios with sprung floors and contemporary projection and integrated sound systems (two also have lighting grids)
Two design classrooms and a lighting lab
A costume shop, plus costume storage space and a dye lab
A fully equipped scene construction shop, prop shop and prop storage