Artists who have established a professional practice, and seek possibilities for further reflection and development can increase their research skills at DAS Choreography.
Professional theatre makers and dance artists will share their work with you at the conclusion of their intensive two-year period of Master’s research at DAS Theatre or DAS Choreography. The DAS Master Presentations will take place from 30 May - 2 June 2018 in Amsterdam.
The presentation Archipelagic Thinking by Ruairí Donovan on 26 & 27 May is also part of this years DAS Master Presentations. Archipelagic Thinking will take place on Cape Clear Island, Co. Cork, Ireland.
Individual artistic practice
This two-year non-residential master’s programme of the Amsterdam University of the Arts aims to contribute to the field of critical and contemporary dance practice. The individual artistic practice is the point of departure and will be the guiding thread of the course design.
The programme contains three seminars each year, residencies in Amsterdam, and individual mentoring, which allows for developing an intensive and sustained dialogue in relation to an ongoing artistic practice. This dialogue is supported through strong investment on high quality feedback, peer exchange, sharing reading, writing and practices. The programme gives time and a place for creating conditions for developing artistic practices.