Are you interested in developing your artistic practice through research? The Master of Theatre Practices invites choreographers, theatre directors, dancers, actors, scenographers and dramaturgs, offering the opportunity to deepen artistic practice through research, dramaturgy, peer sessions and mentoring with experienced teachers and inspiring guest lecturers and artists from the international field of performing arts.
a two-year, full-time and partially residential practice-as-research programme composed of intensive residential collective periods balanced with non-residential individual research periods
enables to position your artistic research within the broader context of your field to sharpen your awareness as an artist
a stimulating mix of research intensives, seminars, workshops, performance visits, lectures, individual tutorials and peer sessions
High-quality education with respected artists and theorists from the national and international professional field, such as Jonathan Burrows, Lotte van den Berg, Janez Janša, Bruno Listopad, Meg Stuart, Dood Paard, Alana Jelinek, Bojana Cjevic, Ana Vujanovic and more recently, with David Weber-Krebs, Danae Theodoridou, Sarah van Lamsweerde, Ant Hampton, and Zhana Ivanova.
Seeking to move beyond the binary model of theory versus practice, acknowledge and encourage plurality in artistic research, beyond traditional or hegemonic methods of artistic production and education
After graduation you have obtained an internationally recognised Master’s degree. You critically envision a future for artistic practice and are able to position yourself in a complex and changing world.