Scenography trains artists to design or implement designs for artistic solutions in arts, related to stage and screen. As a discipline it combines the traditional qualifications of stage design with new technologies and media, and blends different genres into the more general visual arts, plays and films.
Stage designers holding a BA degree possess complex knowledge and skills on space vs time and their synthesis in all types of drama, opera, ballet, puppetry, cinema and TV productions, music and other arts, fashion shows, carnivals etc. They are trained to work in cooperation with directors, actors, conductors, cameraman, choreographers, playwrights, animators; they are also competent in forming, and heading, of performing teams.
Those, who have also taken courses in Theory and Practice of Education in the Arts as their second academic speciality, are entitled to teaching fine arts.
MA artists in Stage Design are entitled to add to the above by also teaching in higher schools, and working in research, assuming managerial and consultancy duties, acting as art experts and art producers in state cultural structures and administrations.