Nel percorso curriculare è prevista l'acquisizione di 12 cfu nell'ambito delle discipline linguistiche: gli studenti possono scegliere tra L-LIN/12, L-LIN/14, L-LIN/07, L-LIN/04, L-LIN/09.
Il I anno sono previste le seguenti propedeuticità:
Storia del cinema (12 cfu) e Istituzioni di storia del teatro e dello spettacolo (12 cfu)
|AAF1777 - TRAINING COURSES AND WORKSHOPS||Second semester||8|
|- A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE||Second semester||12|
|AAF1008 - Final exam||Second semester||10|
|III ANNO - TEATRO, CINEMA, DIGITALE E DANZA - 3||Go to group|
|III ANNO - GRUPPO OPZIONALE AFFINI||Go to group|
|III ANNO - DISCIPLINE SOCIOLOGICHE PSICOLOGICHE E PEDAGOGICHE||Go to group|
Performing Arts and Sciences
a) The Study course is articulated in one curriculum;
b) The teaching activities in the training courses together with the indication of the scientific and disciplinary sectors of reference as well as the possible articulation in modules are published in the Manifesto degli Studi (henceforth the Manifesto);
c) The teaching activities and the credits assigned to them are specified in the Manifesto.
The Masters Programme does not have any prerequisites.
d) The activities chosen by the student and the relative number of credits are published in the Manifesto;
e) The modalities for the transfer from other study courses are governed by the Manifesto of the current academic year;
f) The teaching procedure is conventional. The methods for verifying the student’s preparation consist of oral exams;
g) The Masters Programme Board appoints one or more professors who have the task of verifying the knowledge of foreign languages. The relative credits are shown in the Manifesto;
h) The Masters Programme Board appoints one or more professors who have the task of verifying the other competences. The relative credits are shown in the Manifesto;
i) The Masters Programme Board appoints one or more professors who have the task of verifying the results of any internships and periods of study abroad. The relative credits are shown in the Manifesto;
j) Other provisions on possible obligations of students are shown in the charter of rights and duties of students available at the following URL: http://www.uniroma1.it/documenti/studenti/CartaDiritti.pdf;
k) The Masters Programme provides for conventional frequency modalities. The Masters Programme also provides for attendance procedures for part-time students (about 30 ECTS), as the calendar and programmes of the courses envisaged by the Manifesto are substantially kept in the following year;
l) The Masters Programme provides for the recognition, after verification, of the credits acquired in other study courses either at Sapienza or at other Universities, in accordance with its own Manifesto;
m) Teaching tutorials are aimed at guiding and assisting students throughout the course of their studies by making them actively involved in the training process, by removing obstacles to a productive attendance of courses, also through initiatives related to needs and attitudes of individuals. The tutoring services collaborate with the support organizations for the right to study and with the student representatives thus contributing to the overall needs for cultural education of the students and their full participation in university activities (pursuant to law no. 341/1990, article 13).
n) The Masters Programme specifies that courses corresponding to at least 90 credits are held by professors or researchers in the relevant scientific and disciplinary sector and other subject-related sectors at the University, or at other universities on the basis of specific agreements between the universities involved. No professor or tenured researcher has been counted in total more than twice for courses that are held either at their own or at other universities. To consult the list of professors, please see the university organisation;
o) In the drafting phase of the study plan, the student will receive indications for the compilation of one or more recommended study plans.
The Degree Course in Performing Arts and Sciences represents the prestigious heritage of the Institute of Theatre and Entertainment founded in 1952 by Giovanni Macchia at Sapienza in Rome and boasts the collaboration of the oldest Italian university theatre, the Centro Teatro Ateneo, which was built in 1935 inside the university city.
The educational offer of the three-year degree course in Performing Arts and Sciences aims to build a solid cultural background in the humanities on which to graft knowledge and theoretical practical skills in specific areas of the performing arts and the expressive languages of theatre, dance, cinema and modern digital technologies. The course also aims to provide graduates with advanced knowledge of computer science, organization and law, in relation to the specific field of expertise, and the mastery of at least one EU language in addition to Italian, which is useful for the exchange of information and knowledge related to the arts in general and the performing arts in particular.
The aim of the three-year degree course is the training of new professional figures who, thanks to the multidisciplinary offer of the Course and to the supplementary theoretical practical training, possess skills that can be spent in the field of production, organization and documentation of the performing arts; on the one hand, professionals in the field will also be able to interpret the contemporary artistic and cultural scene in an original and creative way; on the other, they can strengthen some already-existing professional figures by meeting the needs of greater cultural education and openness to new digital technologies. The Course is also the ideal complement for those who already have skills in acting and directing and thus want to enhance their professional preparation with a thorough theoretical and practical knowledge of performing arts.
Theatre, dance, cinema and digital performing arts are the main objects of study during the three-year training path. The characterizing training activities (102 credits) are aimed at providing students with the most recent knowledge and skills compared to previous studies and therefore methodological and critical tools that can lead them to a high level of analysis, understanding and elaboration of knowledge. The field-related and supplementary training activities contribute to a preparation which meets the needs of the world of work. Finally, students can have access to further credits for additional training activities (electives) so that they can deepen and guide their own training in a more individual way. Credits are acquired through lectures; exercises; individual study; seminars; internal and external supplementary activities: practical exercises in laboratories; mentoring; work experience; projects; thesis. The training path leads to the acquisition of 180 credits, distributed in 60 credits per year. Graduates of the Course can continue their studies both vertically with the Master's Degree in "Theatrical, film and digital performing arts: theories and techniques" and then with a PhD programme in Music and Entertainment, and horizontally with a Masters in: Social Theater and dramaters; Screenwriting and audiovisual production; Digital editing; Digital image restoration; Compositing and 3D animation; Psychophysiology of the voice: the Linklater method.
The wide-ranging basic knowledge makes the graduates of the study programme in Arts and Performing Sciences competent and qualified for different sectors of the world of work, from the field of publishing to the field of conception and realization of cultural activities, such as festivals, exhibitions, shows and multimedia events; the skills acquired qualify them in all the areas that revolve around theatrical, cinematographic and digital production, both for the organization of events and for the audiovisual documentation within public and private bodies; graduates will work as operators in the field of digital publishing and online for their areas of expertise; as authors and editors, restorers of audiovisuals with new digital technologies; as theatrical operators in the pedagogical field, in discomfort and in associationism; as theatrical, film and television critics and scholars; as authors of texts and screenwriters for the performing arts, authors of scripts for documentary production and film and television fiction. Regarding teaching in high school, the five-year training course - including the three-year degree programme in Performing Arts and Sciences and the Master's Degree in "Theatrical, film and digital performing arts: theories and techniques” allows the acquisition of the necessary credits in order to teach History of Dance at Italian choreutic high schools