MA & BA Degree Programs

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M.A. Degree Programs - Overview

OVERVIEW OF AVAILABLE M.A. DEGREE PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH

Arts Management
This program facilitates an insightful understanding of the key problems and questions in contemporary arts (cultural) management with a particular focus on theatre. Apart from offering a thorough education in the production, marketing and law theory necessary for managing arts projects and organizations, the program presents students with a particularly strong practical experience component made possible by the department’s connection to the school’s theatre, DISK, and close collaboration with other departments at DAMU; other schools like the Film Faculty (FAMU); and recognized cultural institutions in the Czech Republic.

 Application deadline May 16, 2016

Authorial Acting
Geared for individuals who want to conceive and perform their own solo and group performances, the program in Authorial Acting develops the knowledge, skills and capabilities needed to discover and develop personal themes and cultivate the expressive means for articulating them. Careful attention is given to fundamental dramatic principles, like play and improvisation, as well as the anthropological and philosophical aspects of creativity. Acting and performance are studied in a multidisciplinary manner as creative public behaviour.

Application deadline: June 13, 2016

Directing for Devised and Object Theatre 
The program offers advanced studies in the practice of theatre-making with a twofold focus: learning the process of devising a theatre performance from scratch, with a strong emphasis on a visuality of expression.
Students will learn to create theatre performances with strong visual, spatial, object and media (low tech) aspects, as well as working in other related performance forms such as scenographic installations, sound performances, and other types of performances with strong visual and spatial dramaturgy.

Application Deadline: January 31, 2017

Directing for Dramatic Theatre
The directing program for dramatic theatre makes full use of the tried and true methods and techniques that have been developed at DAMU for over forty years by leading Czech theatre teachers, theatre directors and scholars. The aim of this program is to prepare students as theatre directors. After a thorough grounding in the field, students gain hands-on experience working with fellow students and theatre professionals in well-equipped theatre spaces in Prague as assistant directors.

Application Deadline: December 31, 2015

Stage Design
This study program aims to prepare students to shape dramatic space for theatre, opera, and ballet. Design for non-traditional, or site specific spaces, is also included in the program. The program also offers a specialization in the study of architecture, and its application, to film and television.

Application Deadline: 

early bird application deadline January 31, 2017

regular application deadline : May 31, 2017


Costume and Mask
In this study program is the goal a mastery of costuming in all forms of theatre (drama, opera, ballet), film and television. A graduate in set-design-costuming and mask is able to independently create costuming (costume design) for all forms of theatre, film and TV and work in non-theatrical production. Instruction is through individual consultations linked to assignments. Subsequent discussions and related lectures on given topics, searching for sources of inspiration, text analysis, individual consultations on the treatment of individual concepts, dramatic situations, costuming designs and their details.

Application deadline: May 31st, 2016

 

Further Information and How to Apply

NON–DEGREE PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH

Prague Summer Theatre School at DAMU
The PSTS provides theatre students and beginning practitioners with a diverse, hands-on immersion in the basic principles and practices of authorial and alternative theatre forms. It is an excellent way for non-Czech speaking students to acquaint themselves with DAMU, especially for those who may be interested in applying to its Erasmus program and/or the M.A. programs in English. University students interested in obtaining credit for the coursework may do so. The PSTS can also benefit professionals who are looking to diversify their practice. Access to the school’s theatrical and technical facilities (theatre and rehearsal spaces, internet) is included.