Before we start getting into the discussion on Stage Design, let’s take a look at what’s been discussed so far here on the blog. I think these will be a great spring board into new ideas, conversations, and hopefully help to overcome some obstacles when it comes to crafting new stage designs.
When looking at stage designs, there may be no other time during the year than Christmas and Easter where free reign is given to creativity, outside the box ideas, and budgets. From discussions on Stage Designs creating Transforming Environments for Christmas and Environmental Projection and Stage Design for Easter to key elements for adding video to your setup, we’ve got you covered.
We asked Jonathan Malm (lead wizard behind ChurchStageDesignIdeas.com) to put together the top 5 Stage Designs that incorporate a “transforming” atmosphere. I hope that you can dig through these stage layouts and try something visual this Christmas. Something that will speak to hearts, art that will compliment the music or message.
Easter is a BIG weekend for many of our community members who used environmental projection to create stunning displays for their Easter celebration. Sunday morning many of you joined in on #multiscreeneaster and sent us shots of your stage design, environmental projection, and multi-screen set-up.
In the ever changing world of technology, there are countless options for stage design. From simple to eclectic, modern to rustic, and everything in between. Stage design has gone far beyond simply a space that the artist or speaker stands on and has bridged the gap to the audience through physical presence, lighting, video, and special effects.
Great stage design is the epitome of a great production and incorporating video into stage design can take it to the next level. Over the years I’ve seen a wealth of various stage designs that incorporate video well. So here are the 5 ways I think you should consider incorporating Video into your great Stage Designs:
From best practices to biggest failures, Luke, Nick, and Jason talk about their experiences in creating stage designs that enhance environments and tell stories.