Performing Arts

Theatre and Performance Making BA

Curriculum 2022-2023

Learning outcomes

Student develops knowledge in the field of Theatre and Performance Making. As such, the student:
  • Understands and comprehends the varied stylistic approaches and methods of the performing arts.
  • Has the insight and understanding to approach subjects within the performing arts in a distinctive, individualized manner.
  • Knows the theories, concepts and methods of the performing arts.
  • Knows the most prominent trends and influences within the performing arts and culture and the premises they are based on.
  • Has knowledge and understanding of the performing arts, their history and current state.
  • Knows the possibilities and limits of the art form as well as its common ground with other branches of art and sub-cultures.
  • Has basic knowledge of the performing arts´ professional environment.
  • Knows the basic elements of search and information technology.
Student can use methods and approaches of the art form. That means that the student:
  • Can apply the methods and techniques of the performing arts to the production of stage work.
  • Has cultivated his/her imagination to achieve creative independence in his/her artistic practice, and has adopted professional working methods and bold resolutions.
  • Is able to independently assess methods applied within the performing arts.
  • Has adopted a broad and innovative intellectual mind-set.
  • Has adopted a critical perspective on his/her own work and working processes, as well as the work of others, and is able to participate in discussions on the performing arts.
  • Is able to provide scholarly and artistic arguments to support his/her opinions.
  • Understands scholarly texts and is able to use these in his/her work.
  • Is able to critically approach the analysis and production of his/her work.
  • Identifies the need for information and has the ability to gather it, assess its value and utilize appropriately,
  • Is able to the employ the techniques and equipment used in the performing arts.
Student can take full advantage of the knowledge developed and skills gained during the studies. This means that the student:
  • Is able to use his/her knowledge and understanding to the benefit of his/her art practice and scholarly endeavours.
  • Is aware of his/her artistic vision and skilfully communicates it.
  • Is able, as an author, to present an artistic idea, develop it, and present a fully realized work, and convey it to an audience.
  • Is able to actively participate in artistic collaboration on varying levels and from different perspectives.
  • Is able to participate in group work on equal grounds, consider different perspectives, and respectfully listen to others,
  • Is able to profit from supervision and process suggestions in a productive manner to the benefit of his/her artistic work.
  • Is able to combine technique, expression, and creativity in live art performance.
  • Is able, as an author, to lead artistic group work that results in a fully completed product.
  • Is able to clearly express and convey his/her ideas, subject matter, and conclusions, both in written and oral form.
  • Is able to work independently and methodologically, set objectives, choose appropriate methods, make project outlines and carry to completion.
  • Can present and describe scholarly issues and research results in both written and oral form.
  • Has adopted a habit of self-criticism and is able to apply it mindfully in artistic practice.
  • Has developed self-discipline and independent working methods that apply to further studies and professional activities.
A Applied Professional Knowledge
S Studio Practices
T Technical Practices
TH Theory
MC Mandatory Course
E Elective Course
ME Mandatory Elective Course

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Study Structure

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