How we teach performance art : university courses and workshop syllabus


Auteurs : Torrens, Valentin (Direction)

Lieu de publication : Denver

Éditeur : Outskirts Press

Date de publication : 2014

ISBN : 9781478731948

Langue : Anglais

Description : 336 p. ; 23 cm

Notes : Bibliogr. : 315-337. Index

Sujets :
Art de performance - Étude et enseignement
Arts - Étude et enseignement
Arts - Étude et enseignement - Aspect psychologique
Créativité (Éducation)
Pédagogie - Philosophie et théorie

Dépouillement du document :
AUTHORS: Lucio Agra / Gustavo Alvarez / Chumpon Apisuk / Marylin Arsem / Bruce Barber / Rocío Boliver / Naira Ciotti / Michel Collet / Brian Connolly / Nieves Correa / Bartolomé Ferrando / Esther Ferrer / Jürgen Fritz / Maja Horn / Johanna Householder / Sandra Johnston / Trisha Lamie / Wen Lee / Laura Levin / Natalie Loveless / Tran Luong / Pekka Luhta / Tanya Mars / Richard Martel / Alastair Mc Lennan / Helgue Meyer / Agnes Nedregard / Guadalupe Neves / Boris Nieslony / Lorena Orozco / Andrea Pagnes & Verena Stenke /Tomas Ruller / Seiji Shimoda / Joakim Stampe / André Stitt / Artur Tajber / Carlos Tejo / Valentín Torrens / Roi Vaara / Valentine Verhaeghe / Willem Wilhelmus.

Résumé :
42 different approaches to transmit the generative source of creativity in live action by internationally experienced practitioners, teachers and theorists of performance art from 21 countries. 340 pages full of ideas, points of view, methodologies, sensitivities, exercises and proposals to enjoy live practice with deeper involvement immersion, knowledge and study. The book begins with a clarification of the terms used to name this practice and continues with the cultural introductions previously to the appearance of the performance as an artistic differentiated activity. To see the performance's creative nature and its relation with the game; its communicative qualities and his perception. It's followed by a report on previous books and publications related to the pedagogies of the performance. Later, a description of education affiliations, inside the pedagogic common tendencies of performance courses. An approach to courses and workshop's characteristics. It's begun with the syllabus and the comments of the university courses and continues with the workshops. Some teachers have sent a text on their relation to the performance; in those cases, it's placed before the description of the syllabus, in order to complement, from the subjective intimacy, our best comprehension of his work and his course. After the entire syllabus, there is a small biographical summary of the authors and bibliography on performance. [editor summary]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 702.810 71 T691h 2014

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