Review: Program 2011

Golden Mask for make-up artists

 

With the Golden Mask, KRYOLAN in Berlin honours make-up artists for a dedicated life’s work and for the creation of artistically significant stage, film or television make-up.

The award for German-speaking theatre goes to Harald Klute, Chief Make-up Artist of the National Theatre Mannheim. In 2002, after years of negotiations, he and his colleagues finally managed to push the state recognition of the skilled occupation “make-up artist” through.







The international prizewinner Yasushi Shimizu from Tokyo is one of the few make-up artists, who is a master in the art of Kabuki make-up. The internationally renowned expert is a much sought-after lecturer at professional schools, where he passes on his knowledge.

The award ceremony will take place in the Presentation Forum, at 4.00 pm on Sunday 20 March 2011.

German Championships for make-up artist trainees


Ten candidates are qualified to participate in the championships. Their task is to create an impressive Greek mythological figure within a working time of 90 minutes. The award ceremony will take place at 4.30 pm in the Presentation Forum.
Conducted by
Bernd Uwe Staatz, Düsseldorf
Jury
  • Birger Laube, Munich
  • Kuno Schlegelmilch, Strasbourg
  • Barney Nikolic, London
  • Andreas Polich, Düsseldorf
  • Julia Wilms, Hamburg
  • Birgit Mörtl, Vienna

Mask exhibition - From the theatre mask to the object

The exhibition of the make-up artist, Stephanie Hermes, shows masks, mask objects and pictures of masks, and it documents the way from the theatre mask to the object.

After meeting Donato Sartori at Centro Maschere e Strutture Gestuali in Padua, Italy in 1989, Stephanie Hermes started an in-depth study of the manufacturing of traditional leather masks and made the first leather masks of her own.

The origin of leather masks can be found in the Commedia dell´Arte, an improvisational theatre, which uses specific character types as dramatic models.

Some of the exhibited masks are in this tradition; others tread new paths of expression. Objects playing with shape and colour.

"I am exactly what you see, says the mask. And everything you fear lies underneath."
Elias Canetti

Versatile & inspiring – the programme for experts

Kabuki Make-up
For decades now, Yasushi Shimizu from Japan has been a renowned expert for the Kabuki make-up art; the traditional form of Japanese theatre where female roles are also played by men
 
The Art of Crafting Leather Masks
Make-up artist Stephanie Hermes offers a lively insight into her work techniques and into the way from the theatre mask to the object
 
High Definition Airbrush Make-up
Non-contact make-up applications are introduced by make-up artist Jos Brands, Antwerp,
for KRYOLAN, Berlin
 
Artificial Teeth for Creatures
Bernd Uwe Staatz, Chief Make-up Artist of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein (German Opera on the Rhine), Düsseldorf, shows 2-components artificial teeth and gums
for Fischbach & Miller, Laupheim
 
Special Guest from Hollywood
Steve LaPorte, specialist for character make-up and special effects, worked for many movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean 4, Terminator 3, The Color Purple, The Grinch and Lost. He received the Oscar for the best make-up for Beetlejuice
 
The Future is Recognised through Trends
Make-up artist and hairstylist Alexander Becker presents beauty airbrush techniques
for KERLING international, Backnang
 
3D Scan and Printing Technologies
as well as the use of digital modeling techniques for mould making
Gernot Minke, Minke-props, Duisburg
 
Modern, Trendy Beauty Make-up
Alex Box, from London and member of the Illamasqua Art Team, is one of the most influential make-up artists of our time. She creates looks for well-known designers and her work can be seen in leading magazines
 
Forensics for masks
Michele Guaschino from Italy, specialist for the production of prostheses, masks, animated characters and mock-up sculptures, offers an insight into a facial reconstruction technique, which was developed at the University of Manchester. Taking the skull as a basis, he demonstrates the reconstruction of facial tissues and the production of a deep-draw mask
 
Practical tips from professionals
The Danish make-up artists Morten Jacobsen and Thomas Foldberg are specialists for special effects make-up. Based on their many years of experience, they give tips for the making of forms, masks and make-ups, give advice on accurate and secure work and illustrate the path to successful craftsmanship

Creative Workshop


The Creative Workshop offers materials, equipment and techniques to get to know and to try out. Furthermore, professionals give instructions and tips on individual focal topics.
Saturday, 19 March 2011
10am - 12amAirbrush
Jos Brands, make-up artist, Antwerp
12am - 14pmSpecial Effects
Florian Schubert, Mephisto Maskenbildner-Schule Hasso von Hugo, Berlin
14pm - 16pmFlocking
Bernd Uwe Staatz, Chefmaskenbildner Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Düsseldorf
Sunday, 20 March 2011
10am - 12amAirbrush
Jos Brands, make-up artist, Antwerp
12am - 14pmSpecial Effects
Florian Schubert, Mephisto Maskenbildner-Schule Hasso von Hugo, Berlin
14pm - 16pmGerman Championships for make-up artist trainees