Master in Performing Arts Management - Máster en Gestión de las Artes Escénicas
The interdisciplinary Master of Transnational Arts provides opportunities for you to undertake part of your research and practice within a transnational context of cultural exchange. You are encouraged to develop a range of culturally sensitive understandings and highly experimental modes of representation to help facilitate the communication of ideas to international audiences. Through your individual arts practice you explore ideas of translation; between languages, between art forms and between various knowledge domains.
The various methodologies of translation are developed as imaginative models for transformation, yielding new genres of being and new regimes of representation in the arts. Through experimental teaching and projects led by local and international artists, academics, curators and writers, the program seeks to develop your capacity to create new networks, understandings and appreciations of international contexts - particularly in Asia, South America and Europe - in preparation for artist residencies, exchanges, exhibitions, arts-based research and collaboration.
Listed below are the specific entry requirements.
a relevant undergraduate degree, with an average of at least H2B (70%) in a cognate major, or equivalent; and
at least three years emerging visual or performing arts or film-based practice demonstrated via a folio of work; and
Develop your research within a range of transnational national arts contexts
Develop innovative practices and modes of representation and contribute to understandings of contemporary interdisciplinary art practice across the arts and beyond
Prepares you for every endeavour across the arts and beyond national boundaries.
Important note: The compulsory research project will involve students to travel overseas. Students will be required to fund their own travel and accommodation expenses.
Philosophy and Ideas for Artists
East/West: Space, Time, Body
Electronic Arts: Inventing Technologies
Writing: Inside and Outside the Text
Project 1: Image/Sound/Text/Performance
Do It: Translating Languages
The Politics of Art as Social Activism
Philosophy and Cultural Translation
Sensorium: Art and Perceptual Ecologies
Postcolonial Identities in Asian Arts
STUDIO INTENSIVE - 2-7 DECEMBER 2014
Dwelling: Architectures of Space
Project 2: Journey to the Surface