A poetics of imagineering: scene to screen, designing for edutainment and entertainment

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Oddey, Alison and White, Christine 2012. A poetics of imagineering: scene to screen, designing for edutainment and entertainment. Scene. https://doi.org/10.1386/scene.1.1.5_2
AuthorsOddey, Alison and White, Christine
Abstract

2012 is already heralded as an incredibly exciting year in the United Kingdom with the success of the Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies and Games broadcast globally, and as the co-editors of the journal Scene, we are both thrilled and delighted to be launching a new interdisciplinary and international, investigative journal, which focuses on and examines design for the entertainment industries. The journal investigates the development of new technologies and modes of operating, distribution of content and profiles of design for film, television, theatre and events, as well as platforms such as gaming and virtual environment design. Scene covers a wide remit, including the visual arts, cinema, museums, visual special effects, performance and modes of spectating, and is dedicated to a critical examination of space and scenic production. As the editors, we want to explore new critical frameworks for the scholarship of creating a scene.

2012 is already heralded as an incredibly exciting year in the United Kingdom
with the success of the Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies and Games
broadcast globally, and as the co-editors of the journal Scene, we are both
thrilled and delighted to be launching a new interdisciplinary and international,
investigative journal, which focuses on and examines design for the
entertainment industries. The journal investigates the development of new
technologies and modes of operating, distribution of content and profiles of
design for film, television, theatre and events, as well as platforms such as
gaming and virtual environment design. Scene covers a wide remit, including
the visual arts, cinema, museums, visual special effects, performance and
modes of spectating, and is dedicated to a critical examination of space and
scenic production. As the editors, we want to explore new critical frameworks
for the scholarship of creating a scene.

KeywordsDesign; Entertainment; Special effects; Olympics
Year2012
JournalScene
PublisherIntellect
ISSN20443714
20443722
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1386/scene.1.1.5_2
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/621173
hdl:10545/621173
Publication dates15 Dec 2012
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