The Official Masters Degree in Arts Education: Thought and Contemporary Creative Performance (Master Oficial en Enseñanzas Artísticas: Pensamiento y creación escénica contemporánea) occupies a transdisciplinary position between philosophical roots and artistic sources. It was created in order to respond to the creative challenges of the 21st century.
The Masters course educational team is made up of teachers who have a solid academic background and of creative artists renowned in their fields. Two prominent international institutions – the Centre of Theatrical Studies of the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) and the College of Arts of the University of Coimbra (Portugal) – are also involved as partners. The course has an on-site study programme with a workload of 60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits, and is divided into three modules. The first addresses the philosophical problems of society today; the second deals with contemporary artistic poetics as seen through the various disciplines which make up the performing arts (theatre, dance, music and living arts), while the third is dedicated to the Dissertation and external placements.
Master classes, theoretical and practical sessions and training seminars with creative artists – together with attendance at performances and rehearsals – all form part of a study programme that offers young creative artists the opportunity to find a platform from which to develop their own voice. The profile of the invited teachers, the placement programme and the possibility of undertaking doctoral studies at a later date are, without doubt, the main strengths of the Masters course.
Who is it aimed at?
It is aimed at a diverse student profile: on the one hand, students interested in ideas and performing arts research; on the other hand, students attracted by artistic creativity that promotes dialogue between the arts, critical thinking and the theatre. This Masters can be taken both by higher-education students qualified in arts education and by university graduates, as well as those with an equivalent official qualification issued by an institution of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
|Type of education:||Master (Postgraduate Studies)|
|Name:||Masters in Arts Education: Thought and Contemporary Creative Performance|
Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Castilla y León, ESADCYL (Fundación Universidades y Enseñanzas Superiores de Castilla y León, FUESCYL). www.fuescyl.com/esadcyl
|Partners:||Centro de Estudios Teatrales de la Universidad Católica de Lovaina (Bélgica) y Colegio de las Artes de la Universidad de Coímbra (Portugal)|
|Head office:||Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Castilla y León, ESADCYL (Centro Cultural Miguel Delibes, Valladolid)|
|Places offered:||15 places|
|Duration:||One full-time academic year (Note: the Masters may also be taken on a part-time basis)|
|Language of teaching:||Spanish|
|Dates:||February to November 2020|
Study programme: 60 ECTS credits distributed across three modules
Marta Pazos y María M. Cabeza de Vaca, en la residencia artística que abrirá el Máster
La directora de escena Marta Pazos y la coreógrafa María M. Cabeza de Vaca realizarán un taller en torno al "silencio y la desterritorialización". Se celebrará del 25 al 30 de enero como apertura de la II Edición del Máster.
Tres entidades internacionales, colaboradoras del Máster
El Máster Oficial en Enseñanzas Artísticas: Pensamiento y creación escénica contemporánea contará con la colaboración de tres entidades de referencia.
Nuevos docentes, Luz Arcas, Davide Carnevali, David Ferré y Jorge Louraço
El Máster incorpora a su equipo docente a diversas figuras del ámbito de la creación teatral y coreográfica.