• Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial
  • Precio:
    UK/EU students £9,000
    International students £12,015
  • Comienzo:
    Consultar rellenando el formulario
  • Lugar:
    Bath
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    3 Horas
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    BA (Hons) Dance; BA/BSc (Hons) Combined Award; BA (Hons) Creative Arts - Dance

Presentación

Studying Dance at Bath Spa University provides you with an opportunity to immerse yourself in an exciting and challenging artistic environment. The course is focused on helping you build the skills you need to become a versatile, creative, and articulate dance professional.

Requisitos

Typical offer range for UK / EU applicants
260–300 UCAS Tariff points, with minimum 80 points from Dance or Performing Arts preferred.
OR dance experience outside education.

We select eligible candidates to attend a practical auditions. Auditions are normally scheduled between December and April.

Overseas applicants may submit a video application. Details from Bath Spa University Admissions.

Programa

Modules
If you study dance as a Specialised Award you take all modules below.
If you study dance as part of a Creative Arts programme or as a Combined Award subject, you will study all the modules in the Choreography strand * (Compulsory), and depending on the weighting of your route, have options on other modules marked **
Year 1
Choreography 1: Constructing the Body – An exploration of a range of choreographic principles, performance practice, research, analysis and study skills. *
Movement Techniques: Codified Practice Level 1 – Principally incorporating the techniques of Cunningham, Limon and Release, as well as other contemporary styles from guest tutors.
Movement Technique and Improvisation: Somatic Practice – An introduction to anatomy and body-mind techniques, such as Alexander Technique & Shin Somatics. **
New Media and Performance Practice – An introduction to a range of digital software and practical projects exploring their use in dance performance.
Collaborative Practice 1 – An investigation into collaboration and creativity in dance performance. **
Year 2
Choreography 2: Body as a Conscious Site – Developing choreography through cultural and experiential memory, creating group and solo work. *
Movement Techniques: Codified Practice Level 2 – Principally incorporating the techniques of Cunningham, Limon and Release. Other contemporary styles from guest tutors.
Movement Techniques: Contact Improvisation – An exploration through improvisation of dynamic and weight interchange between two or more practitioners. **
Dance on Camera: The practice of screendance – Exploring the relationship between dance and the lens.
Collaborative Practice 2: Sound and Site – Working with composers and musicians from the school of music, plus professional site specific performance making. **
Year 3
Choreography 3 – Your final independent project - practical or written. *
Movement Techniques: Codified Practice Level 3 – Principally incorporating the techniques of Cunningham, Limon and Release. Other contemporary styles from guest tutors.
Movement Technique & Improvisation: Somatic Research – Further development of somatic skills focusing on self enquiry, movement therapy and the creative and performing body. **
The Company – Formation of a company to work with a professional choreographer. **
Professional Portfolio: The Enterprising Artist – Work placement, and the construction of your professional portfolio. **

Salidas profesionales

The undergraduate programme prepares you for a range of careers in the creative industries by giving you the opportunity to develop the technical, creative and performance skills needed to become a confident and highly skilled individual. On graduating, you may choose to study further at postgraduate level or to find work as a choreographer, performer, teacher, filmmaker, community dance practitioner, independent dance artist, dance administrator, starting your own company, or a combination of more than one area of interest.

On graduating, you may choose to study further at postgraduate level or to find work as a choreographer, performer, teacher, filmmaker, community dance practitioner, independent dance artist, dance administrator, starting your own company, or a combination of more than one area of interest.

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