Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

BA (Hons) Scenic Art

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
In London (England)
  • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

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Wichtige informationen

Tipologie Bachelor's degree
Ort London (England)
Dauer 3
Beginn nach Wahl
  • Bachelor's degree
  • London (England)
  • Dauer:
    3
  • Beginn:
    nach Wahl
Beschreibung

Are you interested in understanding the production and performance practices? Then, the BA (Hons) Scenic Art imparted by the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama added by Emagister is the right course for you!

Thanks to this Bachelor you will be able to develop your skills in research, analysis and interpretation. All along this formation, you will discover a diversity of techniques such as marbling, wood graining, lettering, spray gun and texturing will be taught, and students will gain a good understanding of art history, period styles and architecture.

Develop your creativity, register at Emagister.co.uk and get all the details of this programme!

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Wo und wann
Beginn Lage
nach Wahl
London
62-64 Eton Ave, NW3 3HY, London, England
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Beginn nach Wahl
Lage
London
62-64 Eton Ave, NW3 3HY, London, England
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Performance
Production Design Technology
Art
Production
Activities
Skills
Production and performance
Production settings
Range of production
Managed

Themenkreis

Year 1  

Level 4 Year One establishes a common understanding of production and performance practices, taking a broad view of the processes that are involved. By the end of the year, you will develop a sound knowledge of the basic skills and concepts of your discipline and will have learnt how to take different approaches to solving problems, applying what you have learnt with some independence in a range of production settings. All units in Year One are marked pass or fail. You will be given an indication of your degree classification for each unit. (i.e. in comparison to the grades for a degree: First, Upper Second, Lower Second, Third, Fail.)

Year 2

Level 5 By the end of Year Two, you will have a sound understanding of the principles and practice of your specialist discipline and will have learnt how to apply these principles in a range of production and performance contexts. You will be able to evaluate different approaches to solving problems and will have technical skills appropriate for entry-level positions in your chosen discipline. You will be able to operate independently within given guidelines. You will work with less reliance on staff-managed and timetabled activities, compared to Year One. Assignments will offer a greater degree of challenge than the projects you did in Year One. You will spend more of your time working as an individual and as a member of production teams in both college-based and off-site productions. To meet the challenges posed by each assignment, you will need to be self-reliant and maintain a disciplined approach to time-management and prioritise the most important elements of your workload. 

Year 3  

Level 6 The first two years of the programme will have provided you with a broad and secure base from which to approach the final year. You will have experienced the process of production and performance from a variety of different perspectives and developed a range of appropriate skills. You will be experienced in working to deadlines, working effectively within resource constraints and have met the exacting demands of working productively within the collaborative processes of theatre-making. Although you will have studied a specific discipline, you will have a clear understanding and appreciation of the other disciplines that contribute to the making of performance and how each of these disciplines informs the others. By the end of Year Three, you will have developed an understanding of the complexities of your discipline, and done some work at the forefront of current practice. Through this, you will be able to analyse and evaluate what techniques or strategies to apply in a wide range of production or performance contexts.