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  MA / MFA Creative Practice: Transdisciplinary Pathway


Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance    Graduate School

Full time & Part time September MA, Other MA: 1 year full time; 2 years part time. MFA: 2 years full time
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The MA/MFA Creative Practice: Transdisciplinary Pathway is a truly unique programme that allows you to tailor your own Dance Masters experience. Whether you're a recent graduate or a dance professional, this programme offers a safe and supportive environment for you to develop your creative voice. With a range of modules to choose from, you can specialise in areas of interest and gain new insights through practice-based research. The MA programme culminates in an independent project, while the MFA programme provides an extended second year for in-depth research and the realization of a substantial body of work. Graduates have gone on to pursue successful careers as dancers, choreographers, artists, writers, and educators. If you don't have formal qualifications, don't worry - there are alternative admission options available. Apply now to embark on this exciting journey of self-discovery and artistic excellence.

About the course

Introduction

The MA/MFA Creative Practice: Transdisciplinary offers a unique opportunity to place your interdisciplinary practice in transformative dialogue with leading dance and movement practitioners. The programme is designed to provide a flexible and bespoke programme of study, enabling you to choose from a range of modules delivered by Trinity Laban.

MA/MFA Creative Practice supports both emergent and professional (dance) artists in the further development of their practice.

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Entry Requirements

- an appropriate first degree (or an equivalent qualification)
- or 5 years’ professional experience

Applicants who do not meet the standard entry requirements are subject to the Institution’s recognition of prior learning (RPL) process.


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Introducing Transitions Dance Company 2017 Introducing Transitions Dance Company 2017 01/03/2017 10:55:15
Introducing Transitions Dance Company 2017

Student Profiles

Dylan Crossman
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Being a student at Trinity Laban taught me how to learn. From teachers, from fellow dancers, from all the different situations, challenges and experiences that were presented to me. I experienced hard work, compassion, creatice processes, being on stage. It created a network of amazing dance artists. I learned how to analyse movement, articulate it both physically and theoretically. I worked with a lot of established, up and coming as well as emerging choreographers. To this day, the clarity in my own body and in space comes from the Laban Movement Analysis. Trinity Laban gave me the freedom to figure out who I was and who I wanted to become as a performer and it taught me that being me is good. I still strive to be myself honestly, on stage, to this day.

Nicola Conibere
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The explorations I began through the MA programme enabled me to discover a way of working that integrates my theoretical and practical interests in performance, and remains the foundation for the work I make today. This was the result of study which not only nurtured tireless interrogation of both theoretical discourse on performance and the practical issues of making it, but, importantly, suggested that each area is equally capable of enlightening the other.

Luca Silvestrini
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I will always look back at my time at [Trinity] Laban as one of the most significant turning points of my life. The teachers, choreographers and fellow students I came into contact with have all played a considerable role in the development of my passion for dance and choreography into a successful career.

Rosalie Wahlfrid
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Trinity Laban has offered me three very different years of training and guidance. I have been provided with a base of great knowledge and understanding of my body and mind, my own responsibility as a student and investigation into what my interests are, both as performer and dance maker. This has been essential for entering a professional environment. I have had the opportunity to work with great artists that have nurtured and inspired me to continue my journey in the profession. I have experienced freedom and been given the space to start research of my own practice whilst working alongside other dance artists.

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