ACD309 - Process Towards Performance
2024 unit information
Unit available for enrolment from 2025
Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne)
Students will on average spend 150 hours over the trimester undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
This will include educator guided online learning activities within the unit site.
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2 x 1.5-hour practical experience (workshops), 2 x 2-hour seminar per week
In this capstone unit, students will research, practice, and utilise specific approaches to choreographic practice in their relation to significant dancer-choreographers in the contemporary dance field. These approaches to choreographic practice will enable students to develop processes and content towards the creation of the live performance of a major choreographic group work in the trimester 2 unit Student Devised Public Performance. Students will engage with different dance-making approaches with the aim of discovering what processes best suit their interests in choreography, and the particular circumstances of their own cultures, contexts, experiences, capacities and bodies. A series of assignments will give students practical experience in creating from within the given choreographic processes and assessing their relevance and application to the emerging aims of their group project. Assignments will be shown as informal presentations in class. During and towards the end of this unit groups will be established and will develop ideas and establish approaches towards the major choreographic project that will be created and performed in the unit Student Devised Public Performance. This proposal will be formally presented at the end of the Trimester.
Students enrolled in this unit must participate in 2 practical, dance technique workshops per week.
These practical experiences (workshops) will enable students to develop appropriate skills applicable to their particular discipline and support the development of content for assessment tasks 1 and 2. The workshops will ask students to engage with standards and expectations as they exist in the professional context.
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