Jurg Peter Koch Faber
Addresses creative process, directing, and critical analysis in dance composition. Alternate years: focus on interdisciplinary collaborative projects. Offered: A.
Offered as part of the MFA curriculum in the dance program the focus of dance 530 is on collaboration between different art forms and practitioners. The course is open to graduate students from other art programs including but not limited to: Drama, music, DXArts, 3D4M and creative writing. In this interdisciplinary course the focus is on process and exploration rather than production. A variety of collaborative projects promote exploration and development of ideas from the conceptual stage to working models. Through changing artistic partnerships, topics and processes the aim is to develop experience, generate material and find a common language to communicate ideas and reflect on outcomes.
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Open to all graduate level students in the performing and fine arts
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