Hanne Loosen


YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2014Set & Costume Design
Five By ElevenSage Theatre; Ignite Festival
Vertigo Studio
2014Light Design
The Barber of CowtownCowtown Opera
Latern Church, Calgary
2014Light Design
The Real McCoyEllipsis Tree Collective
Canmore Opera House
2014Set Design
Spring Awakening, the MusicalArtists' Collective Theatre
Pumphouse Theatre Calgary
2013Costume Design
Z_wishenräumeGauge Dance Theatre
Theaterfroum Kreuzberg Berlin
2013Set & Costume
was du nicht siehst - Children’s CornerStaatsoper im Schiller Theatre Berlin
2013stage design
New ScenesDeutsche Oper Berlin, Tischlerei
2013Set & Costume
The Lime WorksParallelaktion/ Radialsystem Berlin
2012Set & Costume
Mesdames de la HalleAcademy of Music Hanns Eisler
2012Set & Costume
Ba-Ta-ClanAcademy of Music Hanns Eisler
2011Set & Costume
CinderellaStaatsoper im Schiller Theatre Berlin
2009 - 2010class leader of the costume class
dance performance,Autostadt Wolfsburg
wolfsburg (germany)
2010Costume design
AttilaMariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg
St Petersburg
2008Costume design
Elektra's Traumalte Viehmarkthalle Ingolstadt
Ingolstadt (germany)
2007Costume design
3 sistersJoop van den Ende Theatre Productions
2006Costume design
la chatte métamorphosée en femmeHogeschool Zuyd, Conservatory Maastricht and Opera Zuid
  • Education

    2011Master of Arts in ScenographyTechnical University Berlin


    available on request

    Industry Awards

    2011 Eva-Maria Weiss received the Götz-Friedrich-Studio-Preis for the production “Cinderella” at the Stateopera im Schiller Theatre Berlin

    2009 2. Prize „Sichtbare Spuren" (visual tracks), Design for the scenery of the baroque angels of the Nikolas church Berlin, by order of the Foundation City museum Berlin

    2007 Final exposition at the Theatre at Vrijthof, Maastricht (NL): stage and costume designers class of 2007

    2003 Performance: "A chest, A story,…"

    Exposition: '"Fast for(w)art II", from literature to art, Leuven (B).

    1998 First price, design for a book cover University Leuven (B)

    Additional Skills

    Computer knowledge: Office, Photoshop, ImageReady, Dreamweaver, Première, Combustion, AutoCad, VectorWorks (basic)

    Languages: Dutch (mother tongue), German, English, French (basic)

    About me

    Hanne Loosen | Set- and Costume Design

    Hanne Loosen was born in Belgium 1984. Study: costume design at the Academy for Visual Arts Maastricht in the Netherlands, set design and scenography with a Master of Arts degree at the Technical University in Berlin. In 2010 she received a scholarship for a semester abroad at the University of Calgary in Canada.

    As a design assistant of Nigel Lowery, she worked at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin, at the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music, at the Flemish Opera in Antwerp, and at the Dutch Opera in Amsterdam

    She designed costumes for “THREE SISTERS” by Anton Chekhov at Stage Entertainment in Amsterdam (2007), “ATTILA” by Verdi at the Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg together with Frank P. Schlößmann, under the musical direction of Valery Gergiev (2010) and furthermore for dance and opera performances in Berlin, Ingolstadt, Leuven (B) and Maastricht (NL).

    Set- and Costume design realizations include the short oper “THE TEARS OF THE KNIFE” by Bohuslav Martinů (2010), the children's opera “CINDERELLA” by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari at the Werkstattbühne at the State Opera Berlin (2011), “BA-TA-CLAN” and “MESDAMES DE LA HALLE” by Jaques Offenbach at the Academy of Music “Hanns Eisler” Berlin (2012), THE LIME WORKS together with Albert Lang; a music theatre project by parallelaktion and Helmut Oehring (2013) and a music production with children after “CHILDREN’S CORNER” by Claude Debussy.

    Three set designs where created for an international composition competition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin; “NEW SCENES” (2013)

  • Skills

    Languages Spoken
    • Dutch
    • English
    • Flemish
    • French
    • German
    Work Permits
    • Australia
    • Canada
    • EU
    • USA
    Years in industry
    • 3 to 6 years