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Production practice 1: Production practice 1: workshops, creations34203/1914/2021/1/89
Study guide

Production practice 1: Production practice 1: workshops, creations

34203/1914/2021/1/89
Academic year 2020-21
Is found in:
  • Bachelor of Dance, programme stage 1
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 9 credits
It is not possible to enrol in this course unit under
  • exam contract (to obtain a credit).
  • exam contract (to obtain a degree).
Co-ordinator: Reehorst Nienke
Teaching staff are not (all) known yet.
Languages: Dutch
Scheduled for: Academic year
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Possible deadlines for learning account: 31.10.2020 ()
Re-sit exam: not possible.
Compensated fail: You have to pass this course unit (will never be compensated).
Total study time: 270,00 hours

Caution

This information is subject to possible future changes in the Corona-measures.

Short description

Production practice focuses on the students artistic development through repertoire, creations and workshops.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Prerequisite competencies (text)

Passed the admission test.

Learning outcomes (list)

Embodies a wide range of dance skills
Embodies the movement propositions of a teacher/choreographer
Develops and incorporates dance technical- and performative skills during process and performance
Engages in, interprets, translates and performs creative dance projects
PBADANS_LDPP1.5
Invests fully in order to embrace the diversity of artistic visions
Is aware of the broader artistic context of a choreography/choreographer
Can identify and process a diversity of movement propositions, compositional ideas and working methods linked to the style and vision of the choreographer
Explores a personal connection to the form and content of the work
Takes personal responsibility during a process and performance
Reflects and processes feedback from self, peers and teachers
Interacts and collaborates with other disciplines and practices
Utilises and explores skills from other courses in the execution and exploration of repertoire and creations
Uses relevant social and group dynamics skills to contribute to, share and take responsibility in diverse group settings
Works independently and collectively to reach required result
Can effectively collaborate within a larger group
Uses relevant skills to communicate and dialogue with diverse target groups
Participates in dialogue concerning an artistic process and product

Course content

Production Practice focuses on the students artistic development through repertoire, creations and workshops.

In Repertoire, the student learns and explores movement material of an existing piece of a (guest)choreographer leading to a form of presentation. The student is introduced to the compositional ideas and working methods linked to the style and vision of the choreographer and is encouraged to explore the relationship between form and content. The student is guided to find his or her own embodied connection to and interpretation of the existing dance material. The material is taught by the choreographer or an assistant /dancer from the company. 

In Creation, the student experiences a creative group process which will lead to a creation and presentation. The process is guided by a (guest) choreographer. The student explores different creative and compositional working methods linked to the style and vision of the choreographer. The student participates actively in the process of exploration and composition. 

In Workshops, the student participates in an experience with a dance artist that can take many formats that range from a 2 hour workshop or post show discussion to a week long residency or symposium. Dance artists are invited to share their personal visions for students to experience new working methodologies or artistic practices. 

Production Practice as a cluster of subjects brings students in touch with different elements of the professional dance working field with artists active in the field, providing a wide range of experiences of artistic practice, styles and methodologies.

Study material (text): Mandatory

Trotter DANCE: study guide for the bachelor dance programme

Educational organisation (list)

Learning Activities
Artistic praxis75,00 hours
Practicum75,00 hours
Work time outside of contact hours120,00 hours

Evaluation (list)

Evaluation(s) for first exam chance
MomentForm%Remark
Academic yearArtistic skills assessment30,00
Academic yearArtistic praxis30,00
Academic yearContinuous reflection assignment (Permanent evaluation)10,00
Academic yearContinuous project assignment (Permanent evaluation)30,00

Evaluation (text)

The student must always be present during the lessons for this course unit.
During these lessons, permanent evaluation takes place. This permanent evaluation counts towards the realization of the entire examination mark for this course unit.
If the student is unlawfully absent for more than 1/5th of the lessons, they will receive 0/20 for the part 'permanent evaluation'.

Conditions for legitimate absence:
- An absence supported by a medical certificate
- A previously requested absence, approved by the artistic coordinator