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Performance Practices

Performance Practices

  • Master's
  • 2 years, full-time
  • English
  • Arnhem

The Master of Performance Practices is a course for artists with a curiousity for learning, a spirit of experimentation, and an ambition to grow, who are committed to art-making as a life-long practice in dialogue with peers and audience.

  1. No open days are scheduled for this course. If you want to know more, please contact the course directly.

Performance Practices

In brief

  • Two year, full-time partially residential Master's course (120 ECTS) with four intensive collective working periods (three to five weeks) and autonomous study.
  • The programme's vision is to create de-disciplined, diverse thinking artists that promote performance making as a strategy for equitable societies and resillience. 
  • You pursue a rigorous line of contextualisation and development of your own practice in order to advance performance practices.
  • By the end of your course you will have developed a portfolio of projects that advance notions and practices of the body and the making of performance.
  • You design the trajectory of research in close dialogue with a team of experienced lecturers and inspiring guests from an international network in the performing arts.

Photographers: Fenia Kotsopoulou, Marije van der Berg

Makers and Performers: Alexandra Tsotanidou, Lucia Kramárová, Sophia Kondylia, Daniel Voorthuis, Taru Miettinen, Fernanda Gonzáles Morales, Maria-João Falcão, Penelope Morout, Mariela Nestora, Conrad Useldinger