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Who is a Props Manager?

Props Managers are professionals with experience in finding, creating and making a range of props for sets.

What does a Props Manager do?

Props Managers are entrusted by set designers with the task of researching, retrieving, creating and producing props.

They must be able to master traditional means such as hand drawing, model development, painting techniques, sculpture, and creating set treatments to replicate real materials; as well as more innovative ones such as the use of 3D printing, and cutting edge materials such as resins and silicones.

What skills should a Props Manager have?

  • Manual ability
  • Passion for drawing and sculpture
  • Creativity and talent in finding solutions
  • Curiosity towards all artistic and cultural areas
  • Working in a group

How to become a Props Manager?

Cultivating a passion for drawing, sculpture, theatre, visual arts, film and music. Start by studying set design in a Fine Arts Academy, then enter a workshop internship and try to work in theatre, TV, film and advertising productions.

What to study to become a Props Manager?