Anastasia Arseni

Set Designer. Costume Designer
Born in Thessaloniki. She studied at the Bakalo Art & Design College and at Wimbledon School of Art in London. She has designed costumes and sets for a large number of productions, cinematic films, TV series, TV films, opera, dance theater etc. She has illustrated a significant number of children's books (with the book "The Nutcracker" she participated in the International Biennial of Barcelona). Her costume for the film ‘Skull Place’ (director, K. Aristopoulos) is exhibited in the Museum of the Cinema Palais de Chaillot in Paris She was awarded at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival for Costume and Set Design for the films Caravan Serai (director, T. Psarras),In the Shadow of Fear (director. G. Karypidis) Starry Dome (director, K. Aristopoulos), Lefteris Dimakopoulos (director, P. Hoursoglou), The Hours (director, A. Angelidi), as well as the National Costume Award for the film Landscape in the Mist (director, T. Angelopoulos). She was awarded the Drama Festival (New Year's Eve, director, P. Zoulias, and Trinity, director, E. Hatzis ). She has received television awards for costumes for the productions The Sacrifice (directed by G. Michaelides) and The Blood Libel (directed by K. Aristopoulos). She has collaborated with director Petros Zοulias on ten performances. With the Greek National Opera, she worked as set and costume designer for The Cretan Girl [Ι Kritikopoula] (2011-12) and Halima (2012-13). // Last update of the biography: December 2015 - The list of the productions below is continually updated.