Angelina Atlagic graduated from the Stage Costume Department of the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 1985. From 1984 until present she designed over a hundred drama plays, also she designed costumes and set for ballets, operas, children's and puppet plays, worked as a costume designer on three feature films as well as significant project with TV Belgrade and TV Skopje drama and culture-entertainment program.
As of 1999, she is a resident professor of Set and Stage Design at the Directing Department of Faculty of Drama Arts in Cetinje (Montenegro). That same year she held a series of lectures and presentations of her work at several US universities (Nebraska, Indiana, Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas).
Her work was exhibited in Czechoslovakia, Japan, Israel, USA and Canada.
From 2000 until present, she realised her costume and stage designs in Russia (Bolshoy Theatre, Studio Fomenko in Moscow, Mikhailovsky theater in St. Petersburg) Greece (National Theatres in Athens and Thessaloniki, Ephidaurus Festival), Spain ( Compania Nacional de Danza, Centro Dramatico Nacional, Centro Cultural de la Villa in Madrid, Festival Merida, Theatro Espanol), Germany (Staatsaballet Berlin, Hessiesches Staatstheter Wiesbaden), Italy (CSS Teatro stabile di inovazione del FVG in Udine), Sweden (INTERKULT in Stockholm), Slovenia (Slovene National Theatre Drama in Ljubljana, SNT Drama and Opera in Maribor, Slovene People's Theatre in Celje), Macedonia (Macedonian National Theatre and Dramatic Theatre in Skopje), Montenegro (Montenegrin National Theatre and Budva Theatre City) And Municipal theatre in Istanbul, Turkey
She received numerous local and international awards for her work. Her costume designs were nominated and pronounced the best in the season
2007/8 in Spain, MAX Award for the production of „Barroco",
2003 „Atinorama" Magazine Award for the production of 'The Fourth Sister' in Greece 2002.„Cajka" Award for the production of 'Poisoned Tunic' in Moscow,
In 2005, she received the Serbian Grand Prize for Design and Applied Arts, awarded by Ministry of Culture of Republic Serbia and Association of Visual and Applied Artists, for high artistic achievements in the productions of War and Peace at Bolshoy Theatre in Moscow and Inferno in Madrid.
She is the winner of five Sterija Theatre Festival Awards ('Konte Zanovic' in 1996, 'Mountain Wreath' in 1998, 'Caroline Neuber' in 1999, 'The Ungathered' in 2005, 'It Had to Be So' in 2008).
Theatre critics working with Theatre Journal Scena pronounced her the best costume designer in the seasons of 1995/96, 97, 98, 99.
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Costume at the Turn of the Century (1990 - 2015) - Moscow, Russia - AABSCTM - June-August 2015
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