The course intends to contribute to the understanding of the phenomenon of the production of cultural events, in various fields of intervention, with emphasis on the choreographic performance.
Thus, the student should be able to:
- manage the different components and stages for the production of a cultural event.
- participate in the design and planning of an event on a choreographic project.
- plan an intervention programme according to the space of presentation, the public and the purposes of the project.
- integrate a team for the production of a choreographic intervention project.
- interact positively with the other members of the working group contributing to the success of the choreographic project.
The working flow has a dynamics of accomplishment in the field of an artistic-cultural project. The programmatic contents are therefore articulated with the group projects.
1. What is it to be a producer? Producer tasks in different domains and areas of intervention.
2. Support programs for independent production/creation, sponsoring and sponsorship. Models of submission of applications.
3. Participate in a team. Human resource management. Negotiate and prepare CVs.
4. Calendar and planning. How to present a timeline.
5. The artistic design. Concept, synopsis, means.
6. The communication plan. From physical media to virtual networks.
7. Running a project. Welcoming the unpredictable. The post-project.
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