FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN PERFORMING ARTS typically provides students with an introduction to the principles and practices of various performing arts disciplines, such as theatre, dance, and music. The course aims to develop students’ skills and knowledge in creating, interpreting, and performing works of art.
The primary objective of a Performing Arts course is to develop students’ artistic skills and abilities in their chosen discipline. This includes developing proficiency in performance techniques, creativity, and interpretation.
Foster creativity: Another important objective of a Performing Arts course is to encourage students to think creatively and explore new ideas, techniques, and methods for creating and performing works of art.
Promote cultural understanding: A Performing Arts course may also aim to promote cultural understanding and appreciation, by exposing students to a range of artistic styles and traditions from different cultures and historical periods.
Enhance communication skills: Communication skills are crucial in performing arts. A Performing Arts course may aim to improve students’ communication skills by developing their ability to express themselves through body language, voice, and movement.
Build confidence and teamwork: Performing Arts requires performers to work collaboratively and to be confident in their abilities.
UG PROGRAMS: B.Sc. in Cinema, Bachelor of Performing Arts in Music, Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dramatics, Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance
PG PROGRAMS: Master of Performing Arts in Music, M.Sc. in Cinema, Masters of Performing Arts (Bharatanatyam), Master of Performing Arts in Vocal, Master of Performing Arts in Sitar.
COURSE DURATION: 3 days
Actor/Actress: Actors/actresses perform on stage, in films, on television, or in commercials, bringing characters to life through their performances.
Dancer: Dancers use movement to tell stories, entertain audiences, or express emotions. They may perform in ballet, modern, contemporary, or other dance styles.
Musician: Musicians perform music in a variety of genres, including classical, jazz, rock, and pop. They may work as solo artists, members of a band, or as part of an orchestra.
Choreographer: Choreographers create dance routines and movements, often working with dancers to bring their vision to life.
Director: Directors oversee the creative process of a production, whether it’s a play, film, or television show. They work closely with actors, writers, and other creative professionals to bring their vision to life.
Playwright/Screenwriter: Playwrights and screenwriters create stories and scripts for plays, films, and television shows.
Set Designer: Set designers create the physical environment for productions, including sets, props, and costumes.
Lighting Designer: Lighting designers create the lighting design for productions, creating mood and atmosphere through the use of light.
Sound Designer: Sound designers create the sound design for productions, including music, sound effects, and dialogue.
Arts Administrator: Arts administrators work behind the scenes to manage and promote performing arts organizations, including theatres, dance companies, and music ensembles.
- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 3 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes