In scenography, the focus will be the stage viewed in a historical context, construction of stage models, budgeting for set and design, as well as costume, make-up, and props as a part of the visual entirety.
In lighting and sound, the focus will be on basic techniques, HSE, production planning, and light and sound as artistic means.
The fundamental training will run consecutively through the course as group lessons and student-led work. Classes will focus on practical aspects of the work, and consist of training, lectures, seminars, workshops, group work, exploration and individual study.
Approved attendance minimum: 80% of mandatory classes.
Classes will be thought in English if necessary.
Expected scope of work for the average student is 27 hours per credit.
Digital 6 hour written assignment with all aids permitted.
Assessed as Pass or Fail.
Faculty of Fine Arts