The Guild of Scenic Artists was formed by Scenics, for Scenics, to provide the power of community to help artists thrive.
The Guild of Scenic Artists was founded in 2016 by five colleagues who saw that other industries were benefiting from associations that connected their constituents, yet no such association existed for the thousands of Scenic Artists that work across the country in a wide variety of industries.
The Guild is open to all professional Scenic Artists, whether it’s their first day in the shop or they’ve been holding a bamboo for 30 years. No matter how they came to the industry, the Guild aims for each member to find a true home in this community of their peers.
Meet the Guild Board
Lili Lennox’s professional work can be seen across the country in museums, theatres, various commercial venues, public art murals, and film. Favorite clients have included Macy’s Special Events (Minneapolis and Chicago), Split Rock Studios exhibit design, and the many small businesses and private clients that choose to include hand-painted work in their environments.
Bridgette is the Associated Faculty Scenic Designer/Technical Director at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN, and is a freelance Scenic Designer. She is a graduate of Indiana University’s MFA Scenic Design program, and has recently collaborated with The Omaha Theater Company, The Jewish Theater of Bloomington, Zack&Zach Productions, Anderson University, and The Tampa Repertory Theatre.
Nicole has been a Scenic Artist since 2013 working in a variety of industries from New York to Los Angeles including; movies, theme parks, theater, residential art, commercials, and trade shows. Her education includes studying Set and Exhibit Design, Fine Arts, and attending Cobalt Studios as part of their Scenic Artist Training Program. For the last 3 years, she has had the pleasure of working at Mattel, building and painting sets for their various brands.
The Guild supports a thriving community of volunteers who are working throughout the year to create video content, write blogs, plan and host events, and create many other resources that help Scenics meet their industry challenges. Want to get involved? Our Resources and Events committees would love to have you.