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Performing Arts and Creative Processes

Scholar Year: 2023/2024 - 2S

Code: SIESE06    Acronym: PACP
Section/Department: Arts

Courses

Acronym N. of students Study Plan Curricular year ECTS Contact hours Total Time
SIESE 8 Study_Plan_2016 5,0

Teaching weeks: 15

Head

TeacherResponsability
António Ângelo de Jesus Ferreira de VasconcelosHead

Weekly workload

Hours/week T TP P PL L TC E OT OT/PL TPL O S
Type of classes

Lectures

Type Teacher Classes Hours
Contact hours Totals 1 3,00
Rita Roberto   3,00

Teaching language

English

Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)

The learning objectives of this course include:
1. Experiencing performance activities and artistic creation developing skills in integrating different arts forms
2. Design, produce and publicly present a performance as well as artistic evaluation modalities
3. Strengthen the use of different creativities, techniques, technologies and processes in the development and implementation of artistic projects
4. Encourage the development of artistic practice and creativity in education and communities as modalities of social and cultural sharing and cohesion

At the end of the work the expected competencies are situated around the following areas: (a) framework of arts and creativity in the context of contemporary societies; (b) design, creation and production of a multimedia artistic performance; (c) understanding of the various components and modes of creative work and (d) integration of the arts, creativity and artistic pedagogy in different training and community contexts that encourage and value the subjectivity and differences.

Syllabus

1. Imaginaries and creativities in artistic work
2. Differentiation and integration of different art forms
3. Subjectivity and collective in the arts
4. Artistic experimentation and creation
5. Design, production and implementation of public performances


Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes

The Course "Performing Arts and Creative Processes" takes place around the creation, production and public presentation of an artistic project involving various arts forms. Through experience and experimentation in the context of creating an artistic work, will be addressed different procedures related to the various dimensions that make up the creative processes enhancing the development of theoretical tools, technical and artistic contributing to the development of imaginative and experimental practices that allow articulate and establish meaningful connections between the arts and the creative work in individual and collective terms.

Teaching methodologies

The sessions, in plenary and / or small groups, will focus on experimentation, creation reading, listening, discussion. The process will take place through: (a) reading, listening, viewing, analysis and discussion (in plenary and small groups) of texts, excerpts of works, videos provided either directly by the teacher or the student; (B) Creative and interventional participation in trials of different artistic techniques and processes; (C) Design, presentation, analysis and discussion of different kinds of performances that integrate the arts forms; (D) Design, public presentation, and evaluation of an original performance.

Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes

The activities to be carried out are aimed at creating conditions to promote learning and deepening of knowledge of the performing arts and creative processes, as well as participation in the construction of an original performance with public presentation, involving different techniques, research, debate, experimentation and confrontation with the public that allow the integrated know advertised on the goals and that includes knowledge, understanding, ownership and multimodal creation.

Assessment methodologies and evidences

The evaluation will assess the performance of the proposed activities and work in classes and in the presentation of an original performance. Continuous assessment has a weighting of 50% and punctual assessment 50%. The final classification will be calculated from the following considerations: (a) Attendance - 20%; (B) Performance in the activities - 30%; (C) Performance in the final presentation - 30%; (D) Individual report of evaluation of the work - 20%.

Bibliography

Bannerman, C., Sofaer, J.and Watt, J. (2006). Navigating the unknown: the creative process in contemporary performing arts. London: Middlesex University Press / ResCen Publications.
Bourdieu, P. (1995). The Field of Cultural Production. Essays on Art and Literature. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Burnard, P. (2013) (ed.). Developing Creativities in Higher Music Education: International Perspectives and Practices. London: Routledge.
Crane, D., Kawashima, N., Kawasaki, K.(2016). Global Culture: Media, Arts, Policy, and Globalization. London: Routledge
Le Coq, S. (2002). Raisons d’Artistes: Essai antroposociologique sur lasingularité artistique. Paris: L’Harmattan.
Nicolas-le strat, P. (1998). Une sociologie du travail artistique: Artistes et créativité difuse. Paris: L’Harmattann.
Sternberg, R. J. and Lubart, T. I. (1999). ‘The concept of creativity: Prospects and paradigms’, in R. J. Sternberg (ed), Handbook of Creativity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 3-15.
Thomas, K. & Chan, J. (2013) (eds.). Handbook of Research Creativity. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
Vasconcelos, A. Â. (2004). ‘La Educación Musical en la era de las convergencias e colisiones culturales: De los cánones a la ecologia’ in A. Giráldez (ed.) (2004), Selección de Comunicaciones, ISME, Mundos Sonoros por Descobrir, Espanha: Sociedad para la Educación Musical del Estado Español, 25-32.
Wilson, B. (2002). ‘Arts and cultural educational policy in Europe: Conflicts between official structures and anti-structural forces’ in Cultuurnetwerk Nederland (ed.), A Must or a-Muse - Conference Results Arts and Culture in Education: Policy and Practice in Europe, Utrecht: Cultuurnetwerk Nederland, 206-213.

Observations

1. Regarding expectations about the participation of students, it is expected that each of them: (a) is present in each of the classes; (B) participate, experience, create and analyze different forms of artistic expression, managing their individuality in group dynamics; (C) read, listen, review the submitted supporting materials and be prepared to discuss the issues developed in the sessions; (D) perform scheduled tasks; (E) conceives, present and evaluate an original spectacle.

2. Throughout the sessions will be available other bibliographic references according to the themes and the interests of student



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