Interactive Performance DesignThe study

Interactive Performance Design

About the study

Study
Bachelor of Theatre
Grade
Bachelor of Arts
Duration
4 jaar
ECTS
240
CROHO-code
34860

Interactive Performance Design in brief

  • Broad-based full-time course in art, interactivity, performance, technology and audience participation
  • A blend of theatre and performance, installation, art and technology
  • Designing and making stories and (physical) experiences
  • You discover the latest developments in art and technology
  • You learn the language of the artist, interaction designer and interaction director
  • You learn to link stories, choreography, audience, space, image and sound to create and experience

Could Interactive Performance Design be for you?

You are a real maker and would like to provide your audience with interesting experiences. You identify with this description:

  • You like designing experiences, creating environments and telling stories
  • You are creative and curious and seek challenges
  • You want to work on your own projects but are also a team player
  • You want your audience to feel and experience something
  • You consider yourself to be not only a designer, but also a maker, inventor and performer
  • You enjoy discussions with other makers, inventors and performers
  • You want to use the audience to achieve surprising, interesting productions
  • You like thinking outside the box and seek unexpected opportunities to produce work

Read on to find out more about Interactive Performance Design.

This programme is in Dutch only!

Please only apply if you are able to read and write Dutch. To see all details, please see the Dutch language version of this page.

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Interactive Performance DesignApplication and admission
Interactive Performance Design

Application and admission

Language requirement

The programme is only taught in Dutch. To be enrolled you must meet the Dutch language requirement. Find more information here.

Detailed information about requirements, application and admission, can only be found on the Dutch language version of this page.

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