Choreography Seminar 4
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Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aim is to develop the choreographic experience of the students through various choreograph tasks. The students resolve issues in the relation of dance and everyday movement, movement styling, relationship of dance and music (sound), dance and visual arts, etc. Emphasis is on the creative activity of the students.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Knowledge of the fundamentals of composition, ability to create a movement motif for given music in real time. Experience in working with a performer and multiple performers. Regular attendance in classes.
The topics in this choreography course in this semester cover special creative use of visual and lighting equipment in dance composition. This covers, for example, alternative light sources and their use in choreography, props and their manipulation, food in dance, dominant materials a) textiles, b) paper.
Recommended or required reading
Humphrey, Doris: The Art of Making Dances, 1959.
Praagh, Peggy van; Brinson, Peter: Choreographic Art, 1963.
Kröschlová, Jarmila: Výrazový tanec, Praha 1964.
Mlíkovská, Jiřina: Choreografické etudy, Praha 1964.
Mlíkovská, Jiřina: Vybrané kapitoly z choreografie, Praha 1990.
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on:
activity in class
A condition for successfull completion of the course:
creation of a movement study on an assigned topic.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Choreography (Bc) (required main subject)