Theory and practice in the art of stage makeup design, including latex and crepe hair. They must consult with a faculty advisor at the beginning of the second semester of the junior year to determine eligibility, area of study, and the director of the research or creative project.
Study of the theory and practice of contemporary performance art movements and artists; political and artistic activism; scripting and scoring to create performance works based on a single art discipline or interdisciplinary arts.
Arts—one approved course in the arts that involves the study or creation of artwork based on an understanding or interpretation of artistic traditions or knowledge of art in a contemporary context. See the Schedule of Classes for more details. Focuses on theatre of social change as practiced in the second half of the twentieth century and in the early twenty-first century; exploring additional case studies from South Africa, Europe, and the United States.
May be repeated for credit provided the topic differs. Emphasis on intention and content in making dances. MFA production design candidates enroll in this course each semester of their program.
For level courses in C.
Applicants should note that English and are designed to run consecutively. The role of dance globally in relation to socio-cultural and artistic histories.
A movement form that arises from the point of contact between partners who explore gravity, space, and timing in the spontaneous moment-to-moment exchange of the dance. Importance of certain artists and dance forms contextualized by major world events as seen through the geography of immigration.
May be repeated for credit provided topic differs. Cultural Communities of Dance. Introduction to modern dance technique inclusive of basic concepts of dynamic alignment, stretch, strength, improvisation and musicality. It is not possible to take these courses out of order.
May be taken for a total of 12 credit hours. Topics of current interest in theatre or dance. The techniques and materials used in creating character in the various elements of set design. Theory and execution of lighting design for theatre and dance.
Those pursuing a minor in C. Students may select as many courses in Creative Writing as they wish, starting with EnglIntroduction to C. These positions are available in the Fall, and last through the academic year.
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