The M.A Choreography by Independent Research degree offers Higher Education study to professionals who may not wish to engage with a taught programme of study but seek to validate their independent choreographic research through accreditation of prior standing and through the completion of a Reflective practice module (this can be taught flexible through evening and or weekend sessions) and a Dissertation project.
The programme will be of interest to established and mid-career artists both regionally, nationally and internationally for whom flexibility of study is of key importance.
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A portfolio needs to be presented along with your application form and references. This should consist of the following (as an indication):
Your prior experience (prior standing) as a dance maker will be assessed through the submission of a portfolio and a written essay. The portfolio will be in the form of an extended curriculum vitae with supplementary materials (i.e video evidences, reviews, images, web site and or digital archive materials) that evidence the following:
1. The Portfolio will include:
Three years of professional choreographic experience
Evidence of choreographic productions/presentations
Evidence of funding/commissions from recognizable industry bodies (i.e. ACE, Welcome, Leverhulme, Nesta etc.)
Evidence of engagement with Continuing Professional Development opportunities
Evidence of professional reviews/endorsements of your work
Link to website and or online examples of dance works
2. The Written essay will include:
A written draft proposal for a possible choreographic research project of at least 1,500 words and should include Harvard Referencing and a full bibliography.