Aboriginal Theatre Program II (DRAM 205.0)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
DRAM 205 01 January 2017 Carol Greyeyes
 
DRAM 205 01 September 2016 Carol Greyeyes

Description

This course (0 cu) offers students enrolled in ATP, wÓcÍhtowin - Aboriginal Theatre Program (Certificate of Proficiency), mentorship provided by the course coordinator, visiting theatre practitioners, elders, cultural leaders and traditional Knowledge Keepers. Students will share culturally relevant information and reflect upon their experiences in ATP as related to the acquisition of performance and technical theatre skills. Topical assignments will be distributed (via email) five days in advance of each class meeting. Guest speakers will be drawn from the University and the surrounding community. Additional guests (artists and elders alike) will be brought to campus as funding permits. DRAM 205 meets jointly with DRAM 105, and hence a broad network of student peers will be established, helping to intensify the sense of an inclusive creative artistic community which is central to the mission of wÓcÍhtowin - Aboriginal Theatre Program.

Permission of the department is required.

Prerequisite(s)

DRAM 105

Note

This course meets jointly with DRAM 105 (0 cu)

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