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Research: dance and dramaturgy35211/2171/2122/1/10
Study guide

Research: dance and dramaturgy

35211/2171/2122/1/10
Academic year 2021-22
Is found in:
  • Educational Master of Arts in Music & Performing Arts
    Specialisation:
    • Dance
  • Master in Dance
  • Master in Dance, programme stage 4
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 5 credits
Co-ordinator: Epifanio Renata Lamenza
Other teaching staff: Terclaevers Iris
Teaching staff are not (all) known yet.
Languages: Dutch, English
Scheduled for: Academic year
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Possible deadlines for learning account: 31.10.2021 ()
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Compensated fail: You have to pass this course unit (will never be compensated).
Total study time: 150,00 hours

Caution

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

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Short description

The aim of this week is to create an expanded sense of dramaturgy. How can dramaturgy support an embodied practice from a contemporary point of view?

Prerequisite competencies (text)

Passed the admission test.

Learning outcomes (list)

1. Develops and articulates his/her bodily craftmanship through acquired tools and techniques.
Apply dramaturgical tools into their own artistic practice
Reflects, develops, communicates and documents in an articulated form dramaturgy notions and relates with own embodied artistic research
2. Organizes a sustainable artistic practice to expand the embodied practice.
Apply dramaturgical tools into their own artistic practice
3. Reflects and investigates on questions and experiential knowledge in order to deepen their artistic practice.
Shows a critical conscience about cultural and ideological aspects of the functioning of dramaturgy in the artistic field and on their own artistic practice
Shows a basic knowledge of the function(s) of dramaturgy in dance
Reflects, develops, communicates and documents in an articulated form dramaturgy notions and relates with own embodied artistic research
6. Is able to research the artistic field to feed his/her practice and position him/herself accordingly.
Is acquainted with dramaturgy in the dance context, and ackowledges how it functions in a wider artistic, political, economic and/or social context
Shows a critical conscience about cultural and ideological aspects of the functioning of dramaturgy in the artistic field and on their own artistic practice
Shows a basic knowledge of the function(s) of dramaturgy in dance
7. Engages his/her craftsmanship and embodied knowledge in other settings.
Apply dramaturgical tools into their own artistic practice
9. Invests, through resonating within the socio-political and economic climate, in the reciprocal relationship between his/her artistic practice and society.
Is acquainted with dramaturgy in the dance context, and ackowledges how it functions in a wider artistic, political, economic and/or social context
Shows a critical conscience about cultural and ideological aspects of the functioning of dramaturgy in the artistic field and on their own artistic practice

Course content

The practice of dramaturgy is historically linked to theatre. This notion was introduced in the second half of the 20th century in the western contemporary dance scene. Relating dramaturgy to dance expanded the field of dramaturgy. In this research week the students will be introduced to the notion of dramaturgy. Travelling through history different understandings of the term are introduced. Additionally, to the main tutor, guest speaker(s) will share their view and personal dramaturgical practice. The aim of this week is to create an expanded sense of dramaturgy. How can dramaturgy support an embodied practice from a contemporary point of view?

Study material (text): Mandatory

  • See Trotter (study guide)
  • Every student must have a laptop for blended learning (online and offline classes)

Educational organisation (list)

Learning Activities
Lectures and / or tutorials30,00 hours
Work time outside of contact hours120,00 hours

Evaluation (list)

Evaluation(s) for first exam chance
MomentForm%Remark
Academic yearContinuous reflection assignment (Permanent evaluation)50,00
Academic yearReflection assignment50,00
Evaluation(s) for re-sit exam
MomentForm%Remark
2nd examination periodReflection assignment100,00

Evaluation (text)

The student must be present 2/3 during this course unit.
During this course, the permanent evaluation takes place.
The permament evaluation is both a assesment method and a partial examination.

With less than 2/3 presence in the classes, the student gets 0/20 for the assessment method and for the partial examination 'permanent evaluation'. For the assessment method and the partial examination 'permanent evaluation', a second examination is not possible.

Conditions of legitimate absence (legitimate absence are not counted inside the 2/3)
- An absence supported by a medical certificate
- An absence that was requested in advance and approved by the programme head/artistic coordinator

The student must pass each partial examination of the course unit in order to pass the entire course unit. If one fails a sub-thesis, the student will be referred to the next examination period for this course unit. The grade for the other partial examination is retained.