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Aoibhe Rice is a designer from Dublin who graduated from IADT Dun Laoghaire with a BA (first class honours) degree in Production Design for Stage and Screen.
From a young age, she has had a love for art and design and has been a member of Skerries Art School since the age of 8. Aoibhe’s interest in scenic design began after taking on the sets and scenic painting for Loreto Balbriggan's production of Beauty and the Beast in 2016. Later that year, she worked in Vision Independent Productions' production offices for their shows Supergarden and Operation Transformation.
Aoibhe is skilled in sketching, model making, in both a physical and in a digital space. She builds white card models for sets and fully realised and textured scaled set models. She has experience in drafting and rendering 3d digital sets for television and stage sets on AutoCAD and Sketchup.
Aoibhe has gained professional experience, working on graphics and set dressing for Element Pictures’ Drama/Comedy “The Dry”, streaming on RTE one in 2022.
She worked on props and set with Director Aoife Spillane Hinks on Purcell’s opera King Arthur with the Royal Irish Academy of Music, which was on show in the Beckett Theatre in January 2022. She assisted Sue Crawford, assistant stage manager, for the duration of the performance.
She has also assisted on various short films, acting as production designer art director, set decorator and stand by art director, as well as taking the role of set and costume designer with theatre company Eruption Collective in 2024 for the Scene and Heard festival.


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