Critical Analysis Research
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|207CAR||Z||2||2 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 32 to 42 hours of self-study||English|
Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
On completion of this module students have developed their skills in group discussions of (potentially) one?s project or presentation or even a point of view of a perception of a subject, the student will be able to think more deeply and critically. For Czech students it would give them more confidence to talk about their ideas in English and making connections within DAMU so that the students would collaborate.
Mode of study
Seminar, discussion, individual research work.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
This class is open to students from all departments of DAMU, were they come and openly discuss of past, present and future projects, knowledge and experiences acquired, and various art forms that they come across in their daily lives. Young artists should learn how to openly discuss and exchange ideas and concepts, with the hope of someday working with one another. Students of more theoretical disciplines are invited as well in order to offer their critical insights and analytical feedback. The structure of the class would encourage active weekly research, with a concentration on presenting and discussing of the given subject. In turn by listening, analysing and criticising form one another.
Recommended or required reading
Instead become familiar with the following selected artist:
- 21st Century Playwrights: Sarah Kane, Caryl Churchill, David Adjmi, Samuel D Hunter, Annie Baker, Katori Hall, Amy Herzog,Jezz Butterworth
- Scenographers: Uwe Rudolf Brückner, George Tyspin, Robert Lepage, Anthony MacDonald, Stefanos Lazaridis, Ultz
- Directors: Ian Rickson, Ivo Van Hove, John Dove, Clara Brennan, David Creig, Dennis Kelly
- Photographers: Noell Oszvald, Yousuf Karsh, Bill Brandt
- Painters: CJ Hendry, Saturno Butto, Arnold Boklin, Michael Hvium, Nikola Samori
Assessment methods and criteria
- Oral contribution during the group discussions: 20 %.
- Presentation in week 5: 40 %.
- Essay of 1000 words: 30 %.
- Extra-curricular venture: 10 %.
Course may be repeated
No schedule has been prepared for this course