Project Realization 2 – Focused Investigations
Brief course description
The Project Realisation 1–2 courses encompass various forms of individual and collective presentations, work demonstrations, études and productions. Central elements include conceptual development, investigation, project development and execution, reception and effect analysis, documentation and presentation. The various formats will entail encounters with diverse audiences. The courses will enable the students to create and present theatrical expressions and productions, in various formats and of a high quality, that can unfold in relevant contexts and showcase the student’s artistry.
Project Realisation 2 consists of project work both individually and in groups, with an eye towards exchanging, refining and adding perspective to their ideas. Knowledge of the specific connections between a project’s framework conditions and its potential are investigated and developed. At the end of the semester, a major performative project will be presented to a select audience.
Project Realisation 1–2 are half-year courses that are assessed and completed after each semester. Project Realisation 2 builds on Project Realisation 1 and entails an academic progression. These courses lead up to the Master’s project, which is executed during semester 4.
The course’s learning outcomes
Upon completing the course, students shall
- have acquired relevant knowledge of and experience with collaborative project development and realising the individual’s generated performative material
Teaching and learning methods
The work methods may include educator-led teaching, supervision and independent work and consist of practical exercises, creative assignments, lectures, independent study, project work and written assignments. The course will emphasise the development of a workplace community and opportunities for collaboration, as well as a short distance between the idea (whether one’s own or one that is initiated/curated) and the audience. On the basis of the student group’s composition, the work will be adapted to the programme’s progression and aims.
- active participation and mandatory attendance at the scheduled times for teaching, supervision, group work, excursions, discussion forums and courses
- submission and presentation of mandatory course assignments within the stated deadlines
The coursework requirements must be approved in order for a student to receive a final course assessment.
The student’s coursework will be assessed on an ongoing basis. The ongoing assessment is based on supervision, teacher assessments, group discussions and the student’s independent reflection on their own academic development as seen in relation to the course’s learning outcomes.
The course coordinator will carry out the ongoing assessment and the final assessment.
The course uses a grading scale of A to F, where A is the best grade and F is a failing grade.