Teresa Przybylski Design

Bio

Teresa Przybylski is an architect and a stage designer. She received her degree in Architecture at The Technical University of Krakow and in Scenography at The Fine Art Academy, Krakow, Poland. In 1988 she established her design studio in Toronto, working in theatre, opera, dance, film and architecture. Companies she has designed for include: Stratford Festival, Shaw Festival, Canadian Opera Company, Opera Theatre in Saint Louis, Pacific Opera, Calgary Opera, national Arts Centre, Atlantic Festival, Blyth Festival, Young People’s Theatre, Tarragon Theatre, Factory Theatre, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Native Earth, Volcano Theatre, Theatre Smith-Gilmour, Canadian Stage, Canadian Film Center, Rhombus Media and others. For her work in theatre, she has been awarded 5 Dora Mavor Moore Awards and 16 Nominations and she has won two Gemini Awards for her work in film and television. She is a member of The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, The Associated Designers of Canada . Teresa was awarded a full time position at York University where she is currently Associate Professor teaching set and costume design while continuing her career as a scenographer.

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