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Learning outcomes (2019–2022)

Degree/title obtained

Bachelor in Scenography.

Learning outcomes

The Bachelor Programme in Scenography educates scenographers who can develop and realize independent scenic productions and/or productions staged by directors, choreographers or other performing artists. The understanding of scenography as an expanded field allows them as well as to work within the field of exhibition and art in the public space, collaboration with curators and other professionals.

A candidate who has completed his or her qualification should have the following learning outcomes defined in terms of knowledge, skills and general competence:

Knowledge
The candidate has acquired:

  • the basic theoretical backgrounds and the practical use of working tools relevant to the field of scenography (tools)

  • knowledge in terms of history and theory of various art fields related to the arts in general and scenography specifically. (history & theory)

  • the knowledge to put artistic intentions and critical reflections of his/her own and others' art works into words and to write applications for funding (critical reflection & application writing)

  • a deeper theoretical and practical knowledge in distinct performing arts related fields like light design, sound design, composition in space, as well as basic technical understanding of material materials (depth of performing arts components)

  • the knowledge about contemporary technology, current technical developments and the respective use of those tools, as well as where to find accordant information (contemporary technology)

Skills
The candidate has acquired:

  • the ability to precisely conceive, capture, represent and communicate artistic concepts (representation & communication)

  • the knowledge to develop an artistic concept based on a given or independently chosen topic (concept development)

  • the knowledge to structure, organize and follow up the process of creating and realizing an art work (project planning)

  • the knowledge of independently creating a holistic performing arts project from the conception to implementation and realization (realization of artistic concept)

General competence
The candidate has acquired:

  • the knowledge of working methods of other related art fields and how these can be used to widen one's respective field of study (interdisciplinarity)

  • the knowledge to bring theory and practice into balance while continuously reflecting both sides (theory & practice)

  • the knowledge of collaborating in small structures with other artists, curators, technicians, etc in a symbiotic process while maintaining respect for all involved parties and being aware of all components of a work of scenography (collaboration & ethics)

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