Why choose the master's course Performance Practices?
Social transformation through performance
Student as producer
Work with artists from all over the world
Critical and engaging performances
Forge your path as an independent artistic producer and researcher
If you want to take your artistic practice to the next level, the Performance Practices master's course is for you. By developing critical evaluation skills, exploring new concepts and theories, and learning to manage people and resources in complex situations, you will become an independent artistic performer and researcher. With a focus on the idea of the ‘student as producer’, you will be empowered to establish your own production company and make your mark on the artistic landscape.
Discover the power of performance to drive social change
In the Performance Practices master's course, you will explore the intersection of performance studies, dance, social sciences, politics, psychoanalysis, and philosophy to uncover the transformative potential of performance. Through embodied practice and reflective analysis, you will gain a deep understanding of how performance creates social meaning and the role of the body in driving transformation.
In this video, alumnus Andrea van der Kuil shares her experience with Performance Practices.
The master does not swear allegiance to theatre, it is more broadly about performance and maybe even beyond that performativity of the body, of objects, of whatever you may encounter.