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More About the programme

The master's programme in Contemporary Performative Arts is an education for those who are interested in genre-crossing expressions and styles for non-traditional venues. A recurring focus is the public space and its power structures, as well as challenges in the relationship between actor and spectator. The focus of the education is your exploratory project work that you carry through the programme's various courses, including performative sound arts, physical and site-specific gestures, films and public spaces as a playground. In the education you will be able to immerse yourself in your own and others' artistic methods, reflect on the role of the performative arts in a cross-disciplinary context and get the opportunity to put your specific practice in relation to other artistic expressions.

Collaboration with Nahda Arts School for Social Theater in Cairo

The masters' students in acting and CPA were in Cairo during one week in September 2017 to partcipate in a series of workshops with the Nahda Arts School for Social Theater (NAS). This was the second time that HSM and Nahda collaborated through student exchange, as a part of the course "Cultural exchange with acting as language” with the goal to – among other things – identify different ways to create performative art in a non-Swedish context, and discover different ways of communicating through art without words. The workshops are led by Mustafa Wafi, Tinna Ingelstam (Nahda) and Henrik Andersson from the Academy of Music and Drama. Thanks to support from The Swedish Institute and scholarships from the Mary von Sydow född Wijks donationsfond.

Page Manager: Tobias Egle|Last update: 11/23/2017

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