The master study programme Dramaturgy and performing arts combines theoretical and practical work to provide students with opportunities to develop competences needed for independent tasks in dramaturgy, research and artistic activity.
The programme links traditional theatre-related knowledge with current achievements in the field of performing arts studies. In addition, the students will gain a solid insight into other fields of arts and mass media as well.
Film and television arts (Cinematography, Editing, Film directing, Fim and television producing, Screenwriting, Television directing) (SLO required)
Film and television arts (Cinematography, Editing, Film directing, Fim and television producing, Screenwriting, Television directing)
The master study programme Film and television arts offers six modules: Film Directing, Television Directing, Editing, Cinematography, Screenplay writing and Production. The aim of the programme is to enable graduates to be competent in artistic and professional tasks of the most demanding audio-visual projects.
The study programme is based on artistic, creative and practical design, pre-production and final implementation of art projects, (student productions). It is thus a continuation of the 1st cycle programme Film and television, putting an accent on independent creative output.
Scene design (Costume design, Set design) (SLO required)
Scene design (Costume design, Set design)
The master study programme Scene design comprises two different modules, namely Set design and Costume design. Its aim is to provide artistic and professional training for students who have finished 1st cycle studies at art academies or similar higher education programmes and wish to continue with art projects in set design, costume design, as well as light design.
The study programme combines gaining theoretical background and practical experience. It is designed individually, in compliance with the student’s undergraduate knowledge, talent and the proposed M.A. thesis subject.
Speech forms (Spoken text formation) (SLO required)
Speech forms (Spoken text formation)
The syllabus of the master study programme Speech forms provides students with in-depth knowledge of basic laws of speech, particularities of spoken Slovenian language, artistic and non-artistic speech, as well as theoretical and practical communication guidelines for verbal expression in a variety of circumstances.
In the course of the study programme, students will get to know the basic principles of scientific research into spoken language and writing professional texts on spoken language. The programme enables them to become independent professionals in the field of speech for Slovenian media, culture-related and research communities.
For teachers, it provides professional starting points for more efficient speech performance in the teaching process.
The master study programme Stage acting upgrades and boosts the students’ faculty to explore on's personal or ensemble acting potentials. By doing so, the students will be empowered to map their own artistic vision and put it into practice.
The study programme offers four different fields (Stage Acting, Art of Speech, Theatre Singing and Puppet Acting.). It explores current trends and performing arts theories. Its theoretical framework is constantly being tested by the implementation of projects.
Theatre and radio directing (Theatre directing, Radio directing) (SLO required)
Theatre and radio directing (Theatre directing, Radio directing)
The master study programme Theatre and radio directing offers two basic orientations: Theatre directing and Radio directing.
The student will get to know the design and specifics of a production plan (how to put into practice their ideas and AV designs, agreement on the technical implementation, casting). Furthermore, students will acquire competences related to taking strategic decisions and communicating with the creative team (co-authors, producers, as well as other experts and technical staff) on several pre-production levels in theatre and radio production.