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The Bachelor of Performing Arts provides students with a broad, coherent knowledge of the performing arts alongside special skills units that explore specialist knowledge in more depth. This three year, full-time course is underpinned by core performance and management skills that are necessary to gain professional employment as a contemporary arts practitioner and to create new employment opportunities.
The course combines theoretical and technical knowledge of performance and seeks to unlock limitations through practical enquiry. It examines the ever-evolving nature of contemporary practice and new approaches to presentation and production.Students will develop critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills. Self-directed projects will develop confidence in working independently and highly collaborative group work will develop the ability to work as part of a cohesive team. The third year offers the opportunity for students to focus in depth on a particular discipline or area of practice.
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