Rowan Batoctoy MA Scenic Art

Rowan Batoctoy

Rowan Batoctoy

MA Scenic Art

Rowan Batoctoy is an award-winning graduate of Fine Art from Manchester School of Art, and is a current student of MA Scenic Art at BOVTS.

Rowan spent the first years of her life in the Philippines surrounded by makers of props and sets for theatre and film. Inspired by the people and the work from her youth, she decided to pursue scenic art. Rowan has spent the last few years gaining relevant experience through events, courses, and work placements, before finally coming to study as a student at BOVTS, where she has grown as a scenic artist.

Rowan’s credits include Scenic Artist for the BOVTS productions of Hedda (Bristol Old Vic Theatre), Far from the Madding Crowd (The Redgrave Theatre), Troilus and Cressida (The Redgrave Theatre), Absolute Scenes (The Marble Factory) and as Supervising Scenic for The Three Seagulls (Bristol Old Vic).





Old Masters Project

A recreation of “Portrait of Delphine Ramel” by Ingres using scenic techniques. Taught by Hilary Vernon Smith.

Spray Project

“Vintage Perfume Bottle” created using a spray gun and techniques such as masking.

Wood Project

“The Hare”, Designed by Alexander McPherson. Taught by Emma Troubridge and Alexander McPherson. Created at home during lockdown using wood graining and Trompe L’oeil techniques.

Students relaxing outside of the School
The School is in a beautiful part of Bristol, overlooking a huge park called the Downs. We sometimes take advantage of our close proximity to the Downs during the summer term, practising fight and dance routines, or voice or singing classes! Dan Hall, BA Professional Acting student