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Performance Project A (DNCE30015)

Undergraduate level 3Points: 12.5On Campus (Southbank)

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Overview

Year of offer2019
Subject levelUndergraduate Level 3
Subject codeDNCE30015
Campus
Southbank
Availability
Semester 1
FeesSubject EFTSL, Level, Discipline & Census Date

In Performance Project A students will participate in the fourth of the five performance projects central to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) course. Students will further develop their interpretive, expressive and physical skills and artistry as dancers and performers whilst working with leading choreographers on the development of new/original work and/or remount an extant dance work from a choreographer’s repertory. Students will continue to investigate the role of the dancer in performance and what embodied performance means. Performance Project A is a dedicated 3 rd year performance project.

Intended learning outcomes

This subject will enable students to:

  1. Further develop and refine appropriate rehearsal skills, technical and performance skills in the choreographic process of a professional choreographer
  2. Further enhance the individuals capacity to perform with facility and understanding of embodied performance the choreographic work of a professional choreographer
  3. Consolidate and refine the individuals capacity for working collaboratively and as a member of a team
  4. Enhance the ability to recognise and work within aesthetic domains
  5. Enhance the individual’s capacity to perform with commensurate strength and cardiovascular endurance

Generic skills

This subject will enable students to:

  1. Further develop and refine appropriate rehearsal skills, technical and performance skills in the choreographic process of a professional choreographer
  2. Further enhance the individuals capacity to perform with facility and understanding of embodied performance the choreographic work of a professional choreographer
  3. Consolidate and refine the individuals capacity for working collaboratively and as a member of a team
  4. Enhance the ability to recognise and work within aesthetic domains
  5. Enhance the individual’s capacity to perform with commensurate strength and cardiovascular endurance

Last updated: 2 August 2019