This course engages with performance as an interdisciplinary and connected practice embracing contemporary theatre, live art, and installation, and digital performance, site-specific and interventional artwork. You will have the opportunity to create performance work for a range of environments including ‘black box’ studio theatres and gallery settings. Practice based work is supported by critical and contextual studies in the form of lectures, seminars and screenings. There will also be opportunities to develop your research skills within the wider field of performance studies. The course is aimed at emerging artists and new graduates from a variety of disciplines. It will enable you to further develop your skills as theatre makers and performance practitioners to a professional level.
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We welcome students with qualifications in subjects across the performing arts spectrum. The minimum general entry requirements are the same as for all the University’s post-graduate programmes (as outlined in the Postgraduate Prospectus). As a broad guide, we prefer you to have achieved the equivalent of a first/higher second-class honours Bachelor of Arts degree in a relevant field of study. Equivalent qualifications will be considered towards meeting the general entry requirements.
Recipient: University of Central Lancashire
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