Liisi Eelmaa

Liisi Eelmaa

Liisi Eelmaa received her BA in Scenography from Estonian Academy of Arts (2004) and her MA in Interdisciplinary Art from the same university (2005). She has also furthered her education at University of Art and Design in Helsinki (2004). Liisi Eelmaa has created scenography for films and various theatres in Estonia, including Estonian Drama Theatre: Kivirähk’s “Aabitsa kukk” (2004), Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (2004), Nurklik’s “Am I Alive Now?” (Set Design, 2010); Von Krahl Theatre: Jelinek’s “What Happened After Nora Left Her Husband or Pillars of Society” (2008), “Gilgameš ehk igaviku nupp” (Set Design, 2011), Flaubert’s “Madame Bovary” (Set Design, 2011), Andersen’s “Thumbelina” (Theatre Endla, 2005), Panych’s “Vigil” (Tallinn City Theatre, 2008), Stepanov’s “Spring” (Theatre Vanemuine, 2009), Lagle’s “(Untitled)” (NO99, 2010), Purcell’s “Fairy Queen” (Costume Design, Tartu Harbour Theatre, 2011), Kõusaar’s “The Judge” (Meteoriit film, 2012). She has also held solo exhibitions at Tallinn City Gallery and “Y Gallery” (video installation, both in 2007). Her awards include the Annual Estonian Theatre Award for Best Stage Design (2009, 2012).

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