- Approaches to Interdisciplinary Creation
- Creating with Others: Collaborative Methods
Studio - Various - depending on needs and goals of the class
Typical Activities and Weighting (in %)
Depending on the needs and goals of the class, the amount of individual and group work will vary.
This is a Mastery course.
- Demonstrate competency in the critical aspects of producing and performing interdisciplinary productions which may utilize at least one of the performing arts disciplines: music (vocal, instrumental, electronic), theatre, acting, musical theatre, dance, arts administration, technical theatre or production design;
- Conduct research across the performing arts disciplines, and use results to effectively inform performing arts works;
- Analyze the history and socio-economic, political and cultural context of the performing arts;
- Apply conceptual, administrative and technical skills to diverse performing arts projects;
- Communicate about the performing arts and their own work in oral and written form;
- Present work effectively in a group setting;
- Participate in self-assessment and respond productively to critique of work;
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of professional ethics;
- Employ project management skills and apply analytical, quantitative, conceptual and problem-solving skills to the performing arts;
- Conduct research into and make informed decisions about career choices in the world of the performing arts;
- Apply the managerial skills and knowledge of business practices required to work as a self-employed individual or administrator in the performing arts field.
Each student will be referred to texts and resource materials as required for the specific discipline being pursued.
Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.
|Institution||Transfer Details||Effective Dates|
|There are no applicable transfer credits for this course.|