PIMA GOALS

Meta-goals:

  • Form a functional, cohesive, supportive, and self-managing community of artists that supports collaborative groups and projects.

  • Collectively agree, during the course of study, to place the work of the community (and the collaborative groups that form from it) before individual artistic work.

  • Collectively agree to place a high priority on mutual respect and constructive behavior in interactions with  collaborative group members and communities.

  • Collectively understand that the PIMA studio is your fellow students, and that to spend time “in the studio” means to spend time with your collaborators, regardless of the physical location of the meeting. Collectively agree that students will spend, on average, 20+ hours per week in face-to-face collaborative situations.

Goals:

  • Provide background in current collaborative performing arts practices, and a historical framework for understanding these practices.

  • Provide background and training in collaborative co-creation techniques and strategies through a broad range of practical experiences.

  • Provide background and training in techniques and strategies for creating and presenting live performance.

  • Provide background and training in live performance production technology including interactive media programming.

  • Provide background and practical experience in researching, establishing, and co-producing socially engaged performances in cooperation with a community or community group.

  • Provide background and training in university-level teaching and course design.

  • Provide experience of performing arts production in professional venues.

  • Provide experience in event publicity, documentation, archiving, and electronic distribution.

  • Provide a background in business models suited to the creation of professional performance.
     

Student Objectives:

  • be able to research, analyze, and write scholarly papers on current collaborative performing arts practices and demonstrate knowledge of a historical framework for understanding current collaborative performing arts practices

  • demonstrate knowledge of, and proficiency in, collaborative co-creation strategies within a broad range of practical experiences

  • demonstrate practical and theoretical knowledge of techniques and strategies for creating and presenting live performances

  • participate in live performance training, preparation, exercises, and practice as part of the course of study 

  • demonstrate practical and theoretical knowledge of live performance production technology and interactive media programming

  • successfully research and establish a relationship with a community or community group 

  • collaboratively co-produce a performance in cooperation with a community or community group

  • design university-level courses, with syllabi, schedules, objectives, assignments, and practical sample classes 

  • engage fully in collaborative co-creation of all major projects in required classes throughout the course of study

  • demonstrate practical performing arts production in professional venues  

  • demonstrate ability in event publicity 

  • demonstrate ability in event documentation 

  • demonstrate ability in archiving and electronic distribution of event documentation 


 



 

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